The meeting also saw the attendance of leaders from several ministries, sectors and provinces and cities which have attracted large sums of foreign direct investment (FDI), and economic experts.
According to experts, the investment flow is expected to be poured into four industries: information technology and high technology, electronic equipment, e-commerce and logistics, consumer goods and retail. Therefore, localities should recognize and seize this opportunity to draw investment.
PM Phuc said Vietnam has achieved initial successes in fighting COVID-19, but it is necessary to focus on developing the country to realize the dual target of preventing the pandemic and boosting socio-economic development. The PM asked the participants to deliberate concrete measures to optimize the investment flow shifted to Vietnam, especially from major multinational groups and high-tech firms. He suggested attracting selective projects, aiming at big multinational groups utilizing new cutting-edge and environmentally friendly technologies.
The Government leader requested building a project to address bottlenecks for investors such as land clearance and human resources. He agreed on the establishment of a working group in charge of this matter, which is headed by the Minister of Planning and Investment.