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SAVE THE DATE: EUROCHAM BUSINESS DIALOGUE WITH ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES REFORM (ACAPR)
January 17 @ 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
In 2018, EuroCham will remark its 20 year’s anniversary in Vietnam, in order to initiate a series of High-level activities of EuroCham this year and within the frame work of ACAPR, EuroCham in collaboration with the Government Office will co-organize a Dialogue between European Enterprises and Vietnamese Government to discuss on the following topics that highly interested by European businesses:
– Legal, Tax, Customs
– Consumer Choice
– Sustainable and Smart Development
The half-day Dialogue will be tentatively organized at 8:00 -12:00 on Wednesday, 17th January 2018 in Hanoi.
With the presence of H.E Minister. Mai Tien Dung, Chairman of the Government Office and participation of key Government Ministries. This is a valuable opportunity for all EuroCham members to engage directly with the Vietnamese Government. All issues and recommendations discussed in the Dialogue will be summarized and reported directly to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Established from 2007 and pursuant to Decision No. 415 / QD-TTg on strengthening the Advisory Council for Administrative Procedures Reform (hereinafter as the Council), below are The Council’s responsibilities:
1. Advise, propose strategic direction on policies and regulatory in order to keep up with each stage of socio-economic development to the government and the Prime Minister.
2. Propose to the government and the Prime Minister to amend/supplement regulations, administrative procedures or decide on policies, solutions and initiatives to eliminate/simplify regulatory, which brings more favorable conditions for people and enterprises.
3. Gather feedbacks and recommendations on difficulties and obstacles in complying with administrative regulations related to business activities and people's lives from members of the Council.
4. Give comments on regulatory in draft legal normative documents under the responsibility of the Council.
5. Organize and co-ordinate with ministries, branches and localities to evaluate the implementation of regulatory reform.
6. Co-ordinate with relevant agencies/organizations to carry out communication activities on the results of administrative reforms and the impact of these reforms for socio-economic development.