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INFOGRAPHIC: MEMBERS OF STANDING COMMITTEE OF 15TH-TENURE LEGISLATURE
Legislators cast votes to elect 13 members to the Standing Committee of the 15-tenure National Assembly (NA) in the legislative body's first working session on July 20-21.
On July 21, the NA adopted a resolution on the election of Bui Van Cuong, a member of the 13th Party Central Committee and General Secretary of the 14th NA, as the General Secretary of the National Assembly (NA) in the 15th tenure.
Another resolution was also adopted on the election of Y Thanh Ha Nie Kdam, Secretary of the Party Committee of Central Enterprises' Bloc, as Chairman of the NA Ethnic Council, along with the elections of chairpersons of committees of the legislature.
Earlier, on July 20, the legislators elected Vuong Dinh Hue as Chairman of the 15-tenure NA and four NA Vice Chairmen namely Tran Thanh Man, Nguyen Khac Dinh, Nguyen Duc Hai and Tran Quang Phuong.
Under the national flag and in front of the NA and voters nationwide, NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue took oaths, pledging to stay absolutely loyal to the nation, people and Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam. He also vowed to exert great efforts to fulfill tasks entrusted by the Party, State and people.
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Vietnam may attract about 30 billion USD in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2021, posting a year-on-year rise of 2 percent, economists forecast, pointing to positive signs in FDI attraction in the first eight months of 2021 despite the complexities of COVID-19.
The Directive states that the fourth COVID-19 wave tied to the Delta variant has produced tremendous disruption in production, circulation, consumption and export of farm produce, particularly in areas placed under social distancing, leading to high stockpiles and tumbling prices.
Việt Nam's export turnover in July to countries in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), reached US$3.98 billion, a 0.79 per cent increase from June and a 21.64 per cent increase from the same period last year.