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by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

Author: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Organization For Economic Co-Operation & Development (February 9, 2011)
Pages: 118 pages
Category: Other
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This series examines how governments can reduce red tape in their administrations.

Administrative Simplification in Viet Nam. Cutting Red Tape. This series examines how governments can reduce red tape in their administrations. Some of the reports are country-specific, and some look at various issues across a number of countries. These reforms support the development of infrastructure, increased productivity, greater foreign direct investment and a high rate of growth. Administrative simplification efforts, once fully implemented, will enhance regulatory quality and stimulate competitiveness and equitable growth.

Viet Nam: Supporting the Competitiveness of the Vietnamese Economy details Project 30 and related initiatives.

The report Administrative Simplification in Viet Nam: Supporting the Competitiveness of the Vietnamese Economy details Project 30 and related initiatives.

Administrative simplification efforts, once fully implemented, will enhance regulatory quality and stimulate competitiveness and equitable growth. This report details Project 30 and related initiatives

Cutting red tape to improve business conditions has become a priority in OECD . Administrative Simplification in the Netherlands

Cutting red tape to improve business conditions has become a priority in OECD countries. This pilot study measures and compares administrative burdens in the transport sector across eleven member countries: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and Turkey. Administrative Simplification in the Netherlands. Cutting red tape and improving business conditions have become a priority in OECD countries.

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The study defines a red tape model and tests the model by structural equation modeling method. The study finds that political support has a direct effect on red tape. The chapter's last section provides an overview of the literature developed to explain the importance of international organisations in supporting reforms, underlining in this framework the specific methods used by the OECD.

Specifically, the MoIT submitted a decree to cut 675 regulations out of a total of 1,200.

PM asks ministries to drastically cut red tape. Update: July, 17/2018 - 09:00. Vũ Tiến Lộc, chairman of the Việt Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), agreed that there were big shortcomings in special inspections. Only 6 per cent of products were removed from the special inspection list. Specifically, the MoIT submitted a decree to cut 675 regulations out of a total of 1,200. The Ministry of Health submitted a decree on alternative food safety management, reducing the amount of imported cargo subject to food safety inspection by 95 per cent.

The key to building more inclusive GVCs, finds the Global Value Chain Development Report, is cutting trade costs.

Too much red tape" is a common complaint from businesses and citizens in OECD countries. This report analyses proven approaches commonly adopted by governments to reduce and streamline administrative procedures like one-stop shops (physical and. Get A Copy. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 264 pages.

Administrative simplification in Viet Nam has reached a defining moment. In 2007, the government launched "Project 30", the goal of which was to reduce administrative procedures by 30% as part of ambitious reforms to modernise the public service and simplify the regulatory environment for businesses. These reforms support the development of infrastructure, increased productivity, greater foreign direct investment and a high rate of growth. Administrative simplification efforts, once fully implemented, will enhance regulatory quality and stimulate competitiveness and equitable growth. It was within this context that Viet Nam invited OECD to evaluate achievements so far and suggest future directions, including options for a ten-year programme for regulatory reform grounded in international best practice.

This report details Project 30 and related initiatives. Using international comparisons and incorporating experience from similar reforms in other countries, it explores how Viet Nam can rapidly bring about the full potential of Project 30 and introduce a complete range of regulatory reform instruments in the near future. The lessons learnt from the management of a major administrative simplification initiative in Viet Nam will be useful to other countries seeking to improve their regulatory framework and to reduce administrative burdens, especially in the developing world and in transition countries.

This report is published in English; a French translation of the executive summary has been included in this volume.