The website radionacional.com.ar of Argentina on February 2 run an article titled “Vietnam builds its future”, spotlighting the success of the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and economic achievements of the country made after 35 years of its Doi Moi (renewal) process.
The closing session of the 13th National Party Congress (Photo: VNA)
Buenos Aires (VNA)
- The website radionacional.com.ar
of Argentina on February 2 run an article titled “Vietnam builds its future”,
spotlighting the success of the 13th National Congress of the
Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and economic achievements of the country made
after 35 years of its Doi Moi (renewal) process.
The article said after seven days of working, the Congress re-elected Nguyen
Phu Trong as General Secretary of the newly-elected Party Central.
The Congress’s resolution emphasized Vietnam’s strategies for socio-economic
development in the coming years, and reaffirmed the need to further strengthen national
unity, it noted.
The CPV’s congress provided an opportunity to update and discuss the paradigms
of the Doi Moi programme that was adopted in 1986, which has created important
political and economic changes that have brought successes for Vietnam today.
According to the article, during the last 35 years, Vietnam has showed the
world a dynamic economy which combined the privatization of some sectors with
its national policies without losing the balance between its potential and
Vietnam went from international isolation in 1989 to establishing diplomatic
relations with 165 countries worldwide, including the five permanent members of
the UN Security Council.
It is an active member of ASEAN, and an official member economy of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum and
the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Vietnam has also made great social progresses, with the rate of poor households
falling to around 5-6 percent in 2020, and one of the lowest rates of
unemployment in the world.
The congress has set the goal to turn Vietnam into an important industrial centre
with income rising above the lower middle level by 2025, and a developed and
high-income country by 2045.
Undoubtedly, Vietnam shows itself as a prosperous nation with long-term
policies, legal security and social stability, the article said, noting that
commitments that Vietnam has made more than three decades ago have been
reaffirmed at the country’s most important political event, and will surely
take Vietnam to a new level of development./.