National Assembly deputies discussed amendments to the Civil Procedure Code at a meeting on August 25 in the capital.
Police in central Vietnam are hunting for a 40-year-old man who fled from the scene of a traffic accident, leaving behind 16 African elephant ivory tusks.
Dozens of foreign inmates will likely receive a pardon from authorities in Vietnam on the occasion of the upcoming National Day.
(VOV) -President Truong Tan Sang has signed a 2015 amnesty decision on the occasion of National Day (September 2).
Major Lao newspapers, including Pasaxon, PathetLao and LaoPhatthana, ran articles and photos on August 19 highlighting the significance of the 1945 August Revolution of Vietnam for the country’s revolutionary cause.
(VOV) -The Hanoi Party Committee hosted a meeting on August 19 to mark the 70th anniversary of the August Revolution.
The National Assembly Standing Committee discussed several contentious matters of the draft Vietnam Maritime Code (revised) and Civil Code (revised) during its 40th session on August 18 in Hanoi.
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) said that Vietnam’s public debt was still within the safety line but economists say they can see high risks.
A parking space can cost up to hundreds of millions or even up to nearly VND1 billion at Hanoi’s modern apartments.
The Vietnam-European Union (EU) Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was finalised earlier this month, yet textiles remain a sticking point as EU negotiators fear China will use Vietnam as a backdoor for cheap textile imports into the EU, United Kingdom-based Financial Times reported.
(VOV) -The German national public broadcaster ARD recently posted an article praising Vietnam’s renewal policies on its news website at Tagesshau.de.
New Circular regulates the issuing of work permits to Vietnamese people abroad and foreign experts in science and technology.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh called on ASEAN to take a proactive approach and uphold its sense of responsibility in dealing with the East Sea issue while attending the 48th ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM 48) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on August 4.
Sajid Javid, UK Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, has written an article on reasons why Britain wants to strengthen economic ties with South East Asia following Prime Minister David Cameron’s trip to four South East Asian nations, including Vietnam, in late July.
(VOV) - An international conference entitled “The construction of artificial islands in the East Sea and its impacts on peace, security, economics, and trade development in the region” has been held in Ho Chi Minh City.