Vietnam Private Economic Forum to be held in early May hinh anh 1At the press conference (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnam Private Economic Forum is scheduled for May 2 and 3 in Hanoi, announced the Party Central Committee's Economic Commission on April 5.

The forum aims to review the implementation of a resolution on making the private sector an important part of the socialist-oriented market economy in Vietnam over the past two years.

The forum will include a plenary session, chaired by leaders of the Government, the Party Central Committee's Economic Commission and National Assembly.

Some 2,500 private firms will have a chance to voice their opinions and proposals to Party and Government officials.

Six seminars are set to take place, revolving around attracting wealthy tourists to stay for a long time in Vietnam; establishing argo-foretry-fishery chains of high commercial value; and developing the digital economy and new business models; among others.

The commission has also planned a conference for female entrepreneurs and an exhibition on development achievements of outstanding private firms and investment connectivity activities.

Speaking at the press conference, deputy head of the commission Nguyen Huu Nghia said they will collect feedback from about 500 outstanding private companies nationwide and several reports from ministries and sectors to build a report on the development of Vietnam’s private sector after two years implementing the resolution.-VNA