Drastic measures needed to speed up public investment capital disbursement: PM Politics

Drastic measures needed to speed up public investment capital disbursement: PM

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh stressed the need for drastic measures to speed up the disbursement of public investment capital and the implementation of the socio-economic recovery and development programme as well as three national target programmes, while chairing a meeting with ministries, sectors and localities on September 26.
PM orders accelerating public capital disbursement Business

PM orders accelerating public capital disbursement

The Government Office has issued the Notice No.262/TB-VPCP dated October 5, 2021 on the Prime Minister’s conclusions at the nationwide teleconference with ministries, centrally-run agencies and localities on stepping up the disbursement of public investment capital this year.
HCM City accelerates disbursement of public investment capital Business

HCM City accelerates disbursement of public investment capital

Ho Chi Minh City had disbursed nearly 21.28 trillion VND (920 million USD at current exchange rate) of public investment capital as of August 23, fulfilling 50.5 percent of the assigned capital this year, the city’s Department of Planning and Investment reported.
HCM City urged to hasten public capital disbursement Business

HCM City urged to hasten public capital disbursement

Under the chair of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, permanent Government members held a working session with key leaders of Ho Chi Minh City on July 20 to review public investment capital disbursement and tackle difficulties for several key projects in the city.
PM orders faster public capital disbursement to fuel growth Business

PM orders faster public capital disbursement to fuel growth

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered ministries, sectors and localities to boost the disbursement of public investment capital and consider this as the most important measure to make up for the losses the COVID-19 epidemic causes to economic growth.