The Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission - a think tank in socio-economic affairs - will keep up its good work and exert more effort this year, heard a conference in Hanoi on January 7 to review its 2013 operations and set tasks for 2014.

Last year, the commission paid attention to perfecting its apparatus while fulfilling its political task.

Its studies reflected the high sense of responsibility of experts and scientists across the northern, central and southern regions. After referring to global experience, they produced research studies and proposals up to the expectations of the Party Central Committee, Politburo and Secretariat.

This year, it will review the 30-year economic overhaul and contribute to the 12th National Party Congress’s documents, particularly those involving socio-economic development for the 2016-2020 period.

The body will work on a report on the five-year implementation of a resolution on socialist-orientated market economy adopted by the 10 th Party Central Committee’s sixth conference, a project on renewing the legal framework, mechanisms and policies on foreign direct investment and support industry.

Its proposals to build a socialist-orientated market economy in pace with national renewal and global integration will also come up, the quality of periodic socio-economic reports will improve and its projects will meet their schedules.

Apart from other resolutions and directions set by the Politburo and Secretariat, the commission will also monitor economic restructuring in line with the renewal of the growth model.-VNA