At a meeting with the Party Committee of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Secretary of Hanoi Party Committee’s secretary Vuong Dinh Hue and other delegates agreed that the development of science, technologies and innovation would bring greater productivity, quality and competitiveness for Hanoi’s economy.
In the coming time, Hanoi’s authorities would mobilize resources for science and technology development, while proposing new mechanism to promote research and development, technology transfer, among others, to support requirements for industrialization and modernization of Vietnam.
Meanwhile, Hanoi would aim to realize its potential as a creative city, in which ensuring efficiency of the innovative system and building up an ecosystem for startups, so that the capital city would host startup events at national and international levels, while closely cooperating with innovative startup ecosystems across the world.
Additionally, the establishment of “Hanoi creative network” is expected to form a close linkage between managers, scholars and businesses to address issues arising during the process of Hanoi’s development.
Hanoi would also offer preferential treatments to attract highly-skilled experts from Vietnam and abroad to aid the process of science and technologies development.
The development of science and technologies would support the capital market, the labor market and goods market. By 2030, the Hoa Lac hi-tech park would become an innovation hub under the instruction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at decision No.705/QD-TT dated May 28, 2020.
The development of open innovation platform would also help boost cooperation between research institutes across the country, businesses and corporations to set up an environment to pilot new technologies.