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On October 25, 2022, the Government issued Resolution 138/NQ-CP on the National Master Plan for the period of 2021–2030, with a vision to 2050.
According to the content of the master plan, our country sets specific goals and targets by 2030 as follows:
Striving for the average growth rate of gross domestic product (GDP) of the whole country to reach about 7.0%/year in the period of 2021–2030, in which the Southeast region and the Red River Delta region will increase by 8–8.5 years. By 2030, GDP per capita at current prices will reach about 7,500 USD. The proportion of GDP of the service sector is over 50%, the industry-construction sector is over 40%, and the agriculture, forestry, and fishery sectors are less than 10%. The contribution of total factor productivity (TFP) to growth reached 50%.
To bring into play the advantages of each socio-economic region, forming two dynamic regions, the North and the South, associated with the two growth poles, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City; the North-South economic corridor; and the economic corridors Lao Cai - Hanoi - Hai Phong - Quang Ninh, Moc Bai - Ho Chi Minh City - Vung Tau with synchronous and modern infrastructure with a high growth rate, making great contributions to the general development of the country.
To basically form a national urban network, ensuring high connectivity between the national central urban area and regional urban centers and rural areas, the urbanization rate is over 50%.
Implementing national digital transformation, developing a digital government, a digital economy, and a digital society. The share of the digital economy is about 30% of GDP.
The population by 2030 will reach about 105 million people. The Human Development Index (HDI) remained above 0.7. The average life expectancy is 75 years, of which the healthy life expectancy is at least 68 years. The average residential floor area per capita in urban areas is at least 32 m2.
Develop Vietnamese education to an advanced level in the region; among the top 10 countries with the best higher education systems in Asia. The ratio of university students is 260 per ten thousand people. The rate of trained workers with degrees and certificates is 35–40%.
Improve the quality of health services to be on par with advanced countries in the region. Develop a national network of medical facilities to meet the requirements of caring for, protecting, and improving the health of the entire population, with the goal of equity, quality, efficiency, and international integration. By 2030, there should be 35 hospital beds and 19 doctors per 10,000 people, with a 15% rate of private hospital beds.
Develop a national network of cultural establishments to ensure the well-being of the task of preserving and promoting the value of the national cultural identity and promoting the development of the country's cultural industry.
See details in Resolution 138/NQ-CP dated October 25, 2022.
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