Launching of a new identification system for coffee (23/05/2019)

On May 23, in Hanoi, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in collaboration with the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) organized a workshop to share the results of the pilot of the identification system for...

Draft Law on Public Private Partnership (PPP) Investment (22/05/2019)

The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) is in the process of developing a draft Law on PPP Investment further improve and upgrade PPP regulations.

New solution improving pesticide use and management in Vietnam (17/05/2019)

May 17th 2019, in Hanoi, the Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH) and Department of Plant Protection (PPD) co-organized the official launching of the Vietnam mobile-based pesticide application in the presence of key representatives from both public and private sectors, business associations, international organizations, the media and farmers - critical users of the app

Vietnam seeks Japanese investment in agriculture (02/04/2019)

Japanese companies are showing great interest in Vietnamese agriculture, promising development opportunities for the domestic agricultural sector.

Launch of ASEAN Digital Directory (15/03/2019)

On March 15, 2019, Grow Asia in partnership with the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the Inclusive Business Action Network (iBAN) launched the ASEAN Digital Directory.

FRUIT EXPORT IS EXPECTED TO REACH THE TARGET OF 3.6 BILLION USD BY 2020 (15/03/2019)

On March 15th, in Tan An city, Long An Province, a conference to promote the sustainable development of fruit trees in the southern provinces was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in coordination with the People's Committee of Long An Province.

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Legal documents

Number Date issued Description Download
BT-PSAV-Q1-2019-EN 01/04/2019

PSAV Newsletter 1st Quarter 2019

BT-PSAV-Q4-2018-EN 30/12/2018

PSAV Newsletter 4th Quarter 2018

BT-PSAV-Q3-2018-EN 30/09/2018

PSAV Newsletter 3rd Quarter 2018

BT-PSAV-Q2-2018-EN 30/06/2018

PSAV Newsletter 2nd Quarter 2018

BT-PSAV-Q1-2018-EN 30/03/2018

PSAV Newsletter 1st Quarter 2018

BT-PSAV-Q4-2017-EN 30/12/2017

PSAV Newsletter 4th Quarter 2017

Number Date issued Description Download
14/2017/TT-BNNPTNT 05/07/2017

Guidance On Public Private Partnership For Investment In Agriculture And Rural Areas

30/2015/NĐ-CP 17/03/2015

Guidelines For Some Articles On Investor Selection Of The Law On Bidding

15/2015/NĐ-CP 14/02/2015

The Decree on Public - Private Partnership Investment Form

67/2014/QH13 24/11/2014

Law on Investment

71/2010/QD-TTg 09/11/2010

Decision promulgating the regulation on pilot investment in the Public-Private Partnership form

Number Date issued Description Download
WEF-27-03-2019-EN 27/03/2019

New Vision for Agriculture Country Partnership Guide (CPG) Toolkit

BC-12-03-2019-EN 12/03/2019

Outcomes of agiculture production in 2018 and orientations, mandates and solutions for 2019

Grow Asia Forum 2018 Summary Report 02/11/2018

Grow Asia Forum 2018 Summary Report: Innovations for Results – Exploration and Inspiration

GA2018 Digital Country Partnership Updates Vietnam 01/09/2018

GA2018 Digital Country Partnership Updates Vietnam

GA2017 Digital Country Partnership Updates Vietnam 06/06/2017

GA2017 Digital Country Partnership Updates Vietnam

BC-30-11-2016-EN 30/11/2016

PSAV 2016 General Meeting minute

The Public Private Task Force on Sustainable Agricultural Growth in Vietnam was first formed in May 2010 before being re-named the Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture in Vietnam (PSAV) in 2015.

​The partnership comprises of over 60 partners from global and local companies, provincial governments, the national research institute, international organizations and NGOs. The PSAV Task Forces (Working Groups) focus on six crops and the cross-cutting issue of agrochemicals. A full-time secretariat coordinator has been employed to support the activities of the PSAV Task Forces. Over the coming months, PSAV will be focused on strengthening existing projects, reviewing the Task Force activities and identifying areas for improved collaboration. Cross cutting challenges such as agri-finance will be reviewed and new opportunities identified.

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