Lawmakers approved the draft revised Penal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code (amended) during their working session in Hanoi on November 27 - the last day of the tenth session of the 13th National Assembly.
(VOV) - The nation’s farmers are having a prosperous year, having shunned coffee and switched to growing peppers in the face of higher prices and robust global demand, said the Vietnam Pepper Association (VPA) in a recent report on the industry’s status.
There are two paths for the leaders of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to follow after SOEs equitized, either becoming hired workers or civil servants at state agencies. In fact, there is another choice – retirement.
Vietnamese police have detained a 34-year-old Taiwanese man and his four local accomplices who belonged to a swindling ring that allegedly posed as police officers to cheat their victims of money.
Some commercial banks are racing to withdraw invested capital from other banks to ensure compliance with the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV)'s regulations on ownership limits in early 2016.
A series of banks are facing towering bad debt provisions that ate up their profits for the first three quarters of the year, which had been promisingly reported.
(VOV) -On November 20, the National Assembly (NA) approved the draft law on the supervision of the National Assembly and People’s Councils.
Vietnam’s tra fish export to China and Hong Kong (China) recorded a strong growth in the first ten months of this year, hitting US$122 million, representing a year-on-year increase of nearly 50%.
(VOV) -Vietnam and the Philippines issued a Joint Statement on the establishment of a strategic partnership in Manila on November 17.
(VOV) - More foreign beer will soon be flowing in Vietnam in the aftermath of the government announcement to open up the nation’s US$4.56-billion annual beer market and sell off significant chunks of state-owned brewers Sabeco and Habeco.
Most young Vietnamese people surveyed by Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper admitted that they are too lazy to do physical exercise.
State-owned Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company, which is managing the country's sole oil refinery Dung Quat, will complete its equitization process next year, local media reported.
The first group of Vietnamese workers in Algeria who wish to return home after a dispute with their Chinese employer in September will fly home on November 15 and the remaining 36 workers will be brought back to Vietnam on November 18 and 20.
Taiwan-headquartered Far Eastern Apparel Vietnam Ltd. launched the construction of a 10-hectare garment factory in Bac Dong Phu industrial park in Dong Phu district, the southern province of Binh Phuoc on November 10.
(VOV) - Clothing and textile exports to Indonesia for the nine months leading up to October soared to a 10 year high, according to the Vietnam Textile and Garment Association (VITAS).