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New normal in India and prospects for development cooperation

Update: 25-09-2022 | 18:59:24

Afternoon September 25, a dialogue session entitled "The New Normal in India" took place in the chair of Atul Temurnikar, Executive Chairman of Global Schools Organization (Singapore). At Binh Duong endpoint, Mai Hung Dung, Member of Binh Duong Provincial Party Standing Committee, Permanent Vice Chairman of Provincial People's Committee; representatives of provincial departments and branches, Indian investors, and Vietnamese enterprises took part in the teleconference.

The dialogue session was held to clarify the Government's goals after the heavy impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Currently, new variants of the coronavirus are spreading, making it difficult to implement social distancing policies, hindering businesses and economies. In that situation, what does India do to effectively implement policies and facilitate socio-economic development in the new normal condition?

Indian Delegates said that, in India, after the Covid-19 pandemic, people, especially students, access technology very quickly and effectively. India is also implementing policies to make it a good place for businesses around the world to invest in and limit the remaining challenges. Currently, services are making up over 30% economic structure of India, and more airports, ports, technology and science are being developed. Private universities in India are given a lot of incentives by the Government in terms of human resources, land, taxes, etc. to promote human resource development, and take the country far beyond the post-Covid-19 period.

Reported by Tieu My - Translated by Ngoc Huynh

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