PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng presides over a two-day regular meeting of the Government in Hà Nội, August 04-05 – Photo: VGP Reviewing the socio-economic situations in July and the first seven months, the Government was unanimous that industrial production constantly grew month by month; the service sector maintained a high growth rate and the agro-forestry and fisheries continued to flourish . The Cabinet analyzed negative impacts of the global economic recession which has been causing a lot of difficulties for macro-economic stability and export. Earnings from some key exports like garments , seafood, footwear, wood products all fell down as foreign demand dramatically shrank . Some achievements were gained in the fields of education, healthcare, social security and others. All cases of the A / H1N1 flu were discovered and treated timely and no death was reported until the end of July. The Government sits for July regular meeting to review socio-economic situations in July and the first seven months, Hà Nội, August 4-5 – Photo: VGP Addressing the meeting, PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng said that, to obtain the economic growth rate of 5% and budget overspending of 7%, ministries, sectors and localities should continue following the Government’s ongoing stimulus… Read full this story
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