Hanoi hopes to learn from Indonesia’s experience in the field of public administration, said Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Vu Hong Khanh.

While working with officials from the Indonesian National Institute of Public Administration in Hanoi on May 12, Khanh said Indonesia is running 33 investment projects in the capital, mainly in finance, banking and hotel.

The city is encouraging investment partnership with other Southeast Asian countries, including Indonesia, Khanh told the guests.

As the first locality nationwide to implement the one-stop-shop policy in the field, Hanoi has helped people save time and money when dealing with administrative procedures, he added.

Chairman of the Indonesian institute Agus Dwiyanto unveiled that his country is working hard to curb corruption, improve personnel competence and reform public administrative services.-VNA