The Party and State would guide the implementation of the Politburo’s Resolution No9 on promoting the role of entrepreneurs in Vietnam in the period of industrialization, modernization and international integration.
President Truong Tan Sang made this statement while receiving a delegation from the Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA) on February 3, calling it an essential measure in order to allow entrepreneurs to contribute their talents to the country.
VYEA Chairman Mai Huu Tin said that the association has developed significantly over its 18-year existence and has created a new generation of entrepreneurs with passion and intelligence, who serve as key leaders in the branded business sector.
Many entrepreneurs have become National Assembly deputies and have suggested legislative improvements related to national economic development.
With more than 9,000 members from 62 out of 63 provinces, the association has adopted three major programmes for young entrepreneurs: “Starting a career and developing the country”, “Building corporate cultural and social responsibilities”, and “Building a strong VYEA”.
President say the association needed an effective model to attract new members and encourage new business creation.
He also expressed his hope that VYEA would take responsibility for uniting entrepreneurs to perform the tasks of economic development and participate in social work.
VYEA’s members promised to actively contribute to the construction and development of the country. They also proposed a new mechanism that would help Vietnamese entrepreneurs enhance their competitiveness, brand development and expansion activities in international markets.