(VOV) - Morocco has recognized Vietnam as a market economy.
A ceremony to welcome the 12 millionth passenger to Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi was held on December 5.
(VOV) - No one has so far claimed responsibility for the transport of 600 cakes of heroin (229kg) from Vietnam to Taiwan last month.
Vietnam always attaches importance to the traditional friendship and multifaceted cooperation with Sri Lanka and will work together with the country to raise two-way trade value to US$1 billion by 2015.
Vietnam and India on November 20 issued a Joint Statement on the occasion of General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong’s State visit to India.
(VOV) - Vietnam wants to expand mutually beneficial cooperation with African nations, including Namibia, State President Truong Tan Sang has said.
(VOV) - Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba’s forthcoming visit to Vietnam consolidates Namibia’s desire to increase bilateral cooperation in investment, trade, agro-forestry-fishery sectors, education and aviation.
(VOV) - Foreign and domestic delegates acknowledged Vietnam’s positive contributions to cooperation and economic connectivity in the Asia-Pacific region at a Hanoi conference on November 15.
(VOV) - The two State leaders have highlighted the upgrade of bilateral relations to a strategic partnership as fresh opportunities for promoting mutually beneficial cooperation across a variety of fields.
(VOV) -Vietnam and Kazakhstan have committed to enhancing cooperation in various areas ranging from politics to economics, trade, industry, customs, judiciary, investment, culture, sports, tourism and aviation.
(VOV) - The Vietnam business association made its debut in Tokyo on November 8 in an effort to boost the two countries’ economic and trade ties.
(VOV) - Vietnamese Business Association in Japan President Dinh Ngoc Hai has met the press on the sidelines of a recent meeting between his visiting delegation and the Overseas Vietnamese Liaison Association.
(VOV) - Vietnam will become one of the world’s third fastest growing aviation markets, according to Lianhe Zaobao (United Morning) newspaper in its October 23 edition.
More than VND170 trillion (US$8 billion) will be invested in building and upgrading the Long Thanh, Chu Lai, Cam Ranh and Quang Ninh Airports.
(VOV) -A selection of international airlines including Etihad Airways (Middle East), SpiceJet (India), Ethiopian Airlines (Ethiopia), and a South African carrier have all foreshadowed plans to begin flights to Vietnam in response to growing customer demand.