Speaking at a meeting with voters in Ho Chi Minh City’s districts 1 and 3 on October 11, President Sang emphasized that a range of solutions have proved effective over the past time with inflation being curbed.
However, business shut-downs have ground production to a halt on a large scale and left inventories piling up, he said, adding that these need to be tackled during the final years of the five-year plan.
Voters shared the view that the socio-economic situation has become stable but many fields have yet to see significant improvements. Overall, the economy remains saddled with bad debts and inventories.
They hoped that the legislative body would adopt the draft amendments to the 1992 Constitution soon to perfect the legal values of law documents.
A majority of them suggested the NA pay heed to the pilot urban administration model, which according to them, should be rolled out across the city quickly.
They also took the occasion to call for transparent information on petrol, gas and electricity so that it will be easier for them to supervise the Government’s operations.