Promulgation of the Science, Technology and Innovation Development Strategy/P1 | Science

DECISION

Promulgation of the Strategy for the development of science, technology and innovation until 2030

THE PRIME MINISTER

Considering the law on the organization of the government of June 19, 2015, the Law amending and supplementing a certain number of articles of the Law on the organization of the government and the Law on the organization of the local administration of November 22 2019;

Considering the law on science and technology of June 18, 2013;

On the proposal of the Minister of Science and Technology.

DECIDED:

Article 1. Promulgation of the Strategy for the development of science, technology and innovation up to 2030 (hereinafter referred to as “the Strategy”), with the following content:

I. VIEWS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION

1. The development of science, technology and innovation is the main national policy and plays a strategic breakthrough role in the new period; is the main motivation to promote growth, create breakthroughs in productivity, quality and efficiency; is the decisive factor in improving the competitiveness of the nation, socio-economic sectors, localities and enterprises; is the springboard for the implementation of the national digital transformation; and contributes significantly to improving people’s lives, promoting sustainable development and safeguarding national defense and security.

2. To develop social and human sciences, natural sciences, technical sciences and technology in a synchronous, interdisciplinary and targeted manner. Develop the national innovation system and the regional and sectoral innovation systems, in which enterprises are the center, research institutes and universities are powerful research bodies, and the state issues orientations, coordinates and creates a regulatory and policy environment conducive to the effective functioning of the whole system.

3. Combine harmoniously and effectively the development of internal capacities with the optimization of external opportunities and resources. Prioritize the acquisition, absorption, mastery and rapid application of the world’s advanced scientific and technological advances, in particular, by proactively and actively addressing and fully exploiting opportunities and achievements of the fourth industrial revolution. Promote applied research that brings socio-economic benefits while paying attention to basic application-oriented research to invent, master and compete in technology in key areas for which Vietnam has demand, potential and advantages.

II. OBJECTIVES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION

1. General objectives

By 2030, science, technology and innovation will be firmly developed, truly become a motivation for growth, and make a decisive contribution to Vietnam’s development into a developing country with modern industry and income. high intermediate; contributing to the integral development of culture, society and people, safeguarding national defense – security, environmental protection, sustainable development and improving Vietnam’s international position and prestige . The capacity and level of science, technology and innovation will reach advanced levels in many key areas, making Vietnam one of the top performers among upper-middle-income countries. The level and capacity of technology and innovation of enterprises will exceed the world average. Some fields of science and technology will reach the international level.

By 2030, the proportion of the value of high-tech industrial products in Vietnam’s processing and manufacturing industries will reach at least 45%. Photo: VNA

2. Specific objectives:

a) Enhance the contribution of science, technology and innovation to economic growth through scientific research and technological development by research institutes and universities, technological innovation and strengthening governance capacity and business organization. The contribution of total factor productivity (TFP) to economic growth will be over 50%.

b) Science, technology and innovation play an important role in the development of high-tech industry, focusing on the manufacturing industry, helping to restructure the economy towards modernity, to make our country a modern industrialized country by 2030. Participate actively, effectively and take advantage of the commercial advantages and opportunities offered by the fourth industrial revolution. By 2030, the share of the value of high-tech industrial products in manufacturing industries should reach at least 45%.

(c) Science, technology and innovation will contribute significantly to the construction and development of Vietnamese cultural, social and human values; provide a scientific basis for the development of national development guidelines and policies; and will help maintain the Human Development Index (HDI) above 0.7.

d) The Global Innovation Index (GII) will be continuously improved, among the top 40 in the world.

đ) By 2025, investment in science and technology will reach 1.2% – 1.5% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), of which total national expenditure for scientific research and technological development will be 0 8% – 1% of GDP and social contributions to scientific research and technological development will represent 60% – 65%. By 2030, investment in science and technology will reach 1.5% – 2% of GDP, of which total national expenditure on scientific research and technological development will be equivalent to 1% – 1.2% of GDP and social contributions to scientific research and technological development will account for 65% – 70%.

e) By 2025, the workforce for scientific research and technological development (full-time) will reach 10 people per 10,000 people and 12 people per 10,000 people by 2030. In particular, emphasis will be placed on the development of human resources in companies.

g) The system of science and technology organizations will be restructured in line with the orientation of giving priority to the development of the nation, industries and regions towards self-reliance, connectivity and approach to international standards. By 2025, 25-30 science and technology organizations will receive regional and international rankings, and by 2030 that number will be 40-50.

(h) By 2030, the number of companies meeting the criteria of science and technology companies and the number of innovative start-ups will double compared to 2020; the rate of companies with innovation activities will represent 40% of the total.

Promulgation of the science, technology and innovation development strategy/P1 hinh anh 2The development of science, technology and innovation plays a strategic breakthrough role in the new period. Photo: VNA

i) The number of international publications will increase by an annual average of 10%. The number of patent registration applications and patent protection titles will have to increase by an average of 16% to 18% per year; the number of plant variety protection applications will increase by an annual average of 12% to 14%, of which 10% to 12% will be filed abroad; the rate of commercially exploited patents will reach 8% to 10% of the total number of patents benefiting from protective titles. Develop the National Quality Infrastructure (NQI) that meets the requirements of strong international integration in terms of standards, measurement and quality, among the top 50 in the world. – VNA (to follow)

Promulgation of the Science, Technology and Innovation Development Strategy

Promulgation of the Science, Technology and Innovation Development Strategy

Promulgation of the Science, Technology and Innovation Development Strategy

Promulgation of the Science, Technology and Innovation Development Strategy

Promulgation of the Science, Technology and Innovation Development Strategy

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