VCN- The Minister of Finance has signed Decision No. 16 / QD-BTC on the Ministry of Finance's action plan on main tasks and solutions to direct implementation of the socio-economic development plan and State budget estimates in 2020 and the programme to develop legal documents in 2020 of the Ministry of Finance.
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In the plan, the Ministry of Finance set out 11 major tasks to implement the Government's Resolution 01 / NQ-CP. Accordingly, the ministry shall focus on deploying: 56 projects to be submitted to the Government and Prime Minister for endorsement; 106 circulars under the promulgating authority by the Ministry of Finance and 16 projects under the Ministry of Finance's Programme of elaborating legal documents in 2019 which have been submitted to the Government and the Prime Minister but have not yet been issued.
Also in the decision, the Minister of Finance asked the leaders of the Ministry of Finance to carry out tasks set out by the Government in Resolution 01 / NQ-CP and the contents of this decision, directed its units to carry out assigned tasks well, ensuring requirements.
The minister requested heads of units under the ministry to base on the contents of Resolution No. 01 / NQ-CP and this decision to develop and specify tasks into solutions, projects and jobs, outputs and progress of tasks.
In addition to issuing the action plan, the Minister of Finance also issued Decision No. 17 / QD-BTC dated January 3, 2020 on the action plan to implement the Government's Resolution No. 02 with four solution groups with 89 output products. In which the Ministry of Finance saw the main tasks and solutions in 2020 as: stepping up the reform of administrative procedures in the field of tax and customs areas; reducing and simplifying business conditions, supporting and removing difficulties for businesses; shortening processing; modernising and applying information technology in management; reducing administrative processing time, ensuring publicity, transparency and improving the responsibilities of state administrative agencies; further working with ministries and sectors to comprehensively reform the regulations on specialised management of import and export goods and comply with international practices, to achieve targets and requirements by 2020.
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Speaking at the conference on implementing the financial - State budget task in 2020 of the finance sector, Minister Dinh Tien Dung shared that the two above-mentioned decisions are the basis for the whole sector to fulfill the tasks in 2020 and implement the objectives and tasks of 2016-2020.
By H. Van/ Huyen Trang