Vietnam to focus auditing on use of state budget, assets this year

19:19, February 04, 2010      

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Deputy Chairman of Vietnam National Assembly Uong Chu Luu said here on Thursday that the State Audit Agency of Vietnam should focus its auditing on the use of the state budget and assets in the country's sectors of banking, insurance, real estate and stock market.

Luu made the statement at a meeting held here by the State Audit Agency of Vietnam. The meeting is to put forth tasks for the agency to be implemented in 2010.

The auditing in 2010 should place great importance to the implementation of the National Assembly's resolutions on the country's social economic development plans which were put into practice last year. Other government's resolutions to restrict national economic downturn and ensure social security should also be highlighted, said Luu.

At the meeting, Deputy State Auditor General Le Minh Khai outlined key tasks including auditing the implementation of the eight-billion U.S. dollar government's stimulus packages, use and management of the government's bonds and projects funded by the official development assistance.

This year, the state auditing agency will also examine the land use management, tax collection and use, management and use of insurance funds, publication and the implementation of programs on poverty reduction, said Khai.

Source: Xinhua
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