Since its founding in 2018, the CMSC has asserted the principles of the Party and state, spearheading initiatives for transparent and efficient management of state capital to fulfil the nation's economic and social developmental objectives. This period has seen the institution achieve significant milestones and make impactful contributions to the transformation of state-owned enterprises, setting the stage for a reinvigorated economic landscape.
The event promises to be a confluence of ideas, providing a distinctive platform for experts, industry insiders, and corporate leaders to reflect on the CMSC's endeavours over the past five years, and consolidate the significance of the state’s role in the economic sector. The discourse is anticipated to yield innovative ideas and robust solutions to stimulate the pivotal state capital segment of the economy.
The discussions within the seminar are expected to traverse a range of topics surrounding state capital management. These will include insight into the strategies of the CMSC and the ambitious proposals aimed at energising the private sector.
The seminar will be held on September 26, from 08:30 to 11:30, at VIR headquarters, 47 Quan Thanh, Ba Dinh, Hanoi to mark the fifth anniversary of the CMSC.
Speakers at the seminar include:
Pham Van Son, head of the General Department of the Commission for the Management of State Capital at Enterprises
Nguyen Duc Trung, deputy director of the Enterprise Development Agency of the Ministry of Planning and Investment
Nguyen Huu Tu, deputy director-general of Vinachem
Vo Tri Thanh, economic expert
Additionally, the seminar will see participation from representatives from the Ministry of Finance, and leaders of various state corporations such as Vietnam Oil and Gas Group, Vietnam National Petroleum Group, MobiFone, State Capital Investment Corporation, and Vietnam Maritime Corporation.
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