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Government urges relaxation of business conditions

Tu Hoang
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Government urges relaxation of business conditions

Tu Hoang

HANOI – The Government has urged ministries and departments to relax business conditions to create a more favorable business environment.

In the resolution just issued to summarize contents at the Government meeting in June 2017, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asks ministries and agencies to heed the Ministry of Justice’s suggestions to review and identify regulations that need to be amended and supplemented. They are told to map out plans to build laws related to land, constructions, housing, investment, business and specialized inspection, and submit such plans to the Ministry of Justice to report to the Government before July 30.

Ministries and agencies shall base on the Government’s resolutions, especially Resolutions No. 19-2017/NQ-CP and No. 35/NQ-CP, to urgently propose relaxing business conditions. Suggestions must be submitted to the Ministry of Planning and Investment to report to the Prime Minister in the third quarter of 2017.

The Ministry of Planning and Investment is asked to strictly oversee the issuance of regulations on investment and business conditions, and make plan to amend Resolution No. 118/2015/ND-CP118/2015/ND-CP regulating some articles of the Law on Investment and submit the plan to the Government in the fourth quarter of 2017.

The Law on Planning should be amended and supplemented to create drastic changes in planning to create stronger momentum for the country’s development. The Government asks ministries to eliminate impractical planning regulations that cause difficulties for enterprises and people and at the same time ensure stability and uniformity for the law system.

The Government asks the Ministry of Planning and Investment to work with the Ministry of Construction and relevant agencies to complete the draft Law on Planning and submit it to the Prime Minister before July 30 to pass to the 14th National Assembly at its fourth meeting.


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