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Vietnam to continue curbing inflation, maintaining proper growth: PM

(Xinhua)

08:37, September 02, 2011

HANOI, Sept. 1 (Xinhua) -- Vietnam will consistently implement the double objective during the remaining months of the year, including curbing inflation and maintaining a proper GDP growth of six percent, confirmed Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung at the government's regular meeting here Thursday.

According to Vietnam News Agency, the meeting, convened on Aug. 30Sept. 1, was chaired by Dung and participated by his cabinet members.

The meeting's agenda focused on discussions of the country's social-economic situation and implementation in the first eight months of 2011, as well as the remaining months of the year; implementation of the Government's Resolution 11/NQ-CP on reducing and adjusting the state's budget to curb inflation, stabilize the macro economy and ensure social welfare.

Participants also worked on the orientations for socio-economic development in 2012 and the five-year plan of 2011-2015, and made comments to the reports on the 2011 state budget spending and the draft budget for 2012.

In 2012, the country will try to obtain a GDP growth of 6.5 percent, curb inflation below 10 percent, trade deficit under 13 percent, besides other goals.

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