COVID-19 prevention links socio-economic recovery and development
|Delegates of the province attended the forum.|
It is the direction of PM Pham Minh Chinh at the third annual forum on Industry 4.0 with the theme of "Sustainable socio-economic recovery and development after Covid-19 pandemic and promote industrialization and modernization in the digital era” which recently organized by the Central Economic Commission.
Mr. Pham Hoang Son, Vice Chairman of Thai Nguyen Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People Council chaired at the Thai Nguyen bridge point. Mr. Pham Van Tho, Head of the Committee for Internal Affairs, Provincial Party Committee, Mr. Le Quang Tien, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, and representatives of relevant departments also attended the forum.
At the plenary session, the forum heard 5 reports on sustainable socio-economic recovery and development moving into the post-COVID-19 period, and accelerating modernisation and industrialisation in the digital era.
The forum focused on sustainable socio-economic recovery and development moving into the post-COVID-19 period, along with accelerating modernisation and industrialisation in the digital era, particularly how it represents an event of great political, economic, and social significance. It will therefore focus on discussions linked to the industrialisation and modernisation strategy up until 2030 with a vision towards 2045, reports on industrialisation in the digital era, and the future of the global economy in the post-pandemic period.
Furthermore, virtual reality exhibitions on Industry 4.0 technology models, products, and the results of digital transformation of industries and fields domestically are set to be held within the framework of the summit. Along with a host of seminars and exhibitions, a broad range of activities linked to technology investment connectivity are also planned in order to seek business co-operation opportunities between various corporations and business organisations involved in research, production, and the application of digital technologies.