"Per-capita newspaper average to up one-third by 2010
Ha Noi (VNA)
The Vietnamese government plans to have 900 million copies of assorted newspapers printed by 2010, thus supplying each citizen with 10 copies of newspapers annually to read against the current 7.5 copies.
The 10 year-long information strategy has also called for an increase in the number of books, from two books per capita to five.
Other targets include increasing the proportion of Vietnamese television series to 60 percent and giving all families in mountainous areas access to audio/ video facilities.
The number of Internet subscribers is to reach 8.4 per cent while the rate of Internet users is expected to reach up to 40 percent, according to the strategy."
What for? What a waste of money, time and opportunities!
Or, who is consulting the "Vietnamese government" on this 10 Year plan and for what?
via Asia Media Business Monitor