VNA - Vietnam’s efforts in regulatory and administrative reform have received approval from officials of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and many countries.
The country reported on its reforms at an OECD conference themed “Better policies for better lives” in France.
Vietnam was one of three Asian countries that OECD invited to attend the conference, which drew the participation of 35 member countries and a number of observers, including Vietnam, Malaysia and Tunisia.
On the sidelines of the conference, Vietnam also held working sessions with the Head of the OECD Division on Regulatory Policy Nick Malyshev, the senior regulatory expert at the French Ministry of Economy and Finance Charles Henry and the Head of the Republic of Korea Regulatory Reform Department.
The OECD Division on Regulatory Policy pledged more assistance to Vietnam in technical and personnel training and exchange of experience regarding administrative reform.
Vietnam has received OECD’s attention, especially since the country started the second phase of the administrative reform project. The OECD has made many constructive recommendations to help Vietnam speed up this process.