(VOV) - Five bands will wow audiences at the ASEAN Music Festival, scheduled to unfold at the American Club in Hanoi on May 11.
Hanoi’s index of industrial production (IIP) this month increased 7.8 percent over last month, and rose 12.1 percent compared with the corresponding period last year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) have announced.
Vietnam should establish a national gold exchange to narrow the difference in domestic and international prices of the precious metal, experts said.
Top musicians from ASEAN countries, art groups and the Hanoi community around will gather at a much-anticipated music festival on May 11.
(VOV) -Petroleum Equipment Assembly and Metal Structure Joint Stock Company (PVC-MS) has officially launched the Diamond field development project in Vung Tau on March 15.
An international seminar on the application of the biotic ligand model (BLM) in environmental management was held in Hanoi on March 4.
(VOV) - Thich Tu Nghiem, a Buddhist monk at Pho Da Pagoda in the central city of Danang, has collected over 200 religious statues on his travels around the region.
(VOV) - Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountains) is a famous destination in the central city of Danang that tourists should put it in their itinerary.
A week after banks stopped accepting gold deposits, the bullion market has yet to see benefits from the central bank's move.
The Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Nguyen Van Binh has taken the floor to discuss the monetary market, capital for production and business activities, and the settlement of bad debts.
(VOV) - Explaining the traffic in Vietnam is an unreasonable expectation if your audience has never experienced it. After all, how do you explain a skyscraper to a mole?
(VOV) - Two-way trade turnover between Russia and Vietnam has increased sharply, according to the Russian Ministry of Economic Development.
(VOV) - The State bank governor has claimed responsibility for not having disseminated State policies on gold market management efficiently, causing public misunderstanding and market instability.
The worship of Mother Goddesses plays an important role in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people and others in some areas in Southeast Asia, according to participants at a recent workshop in Nam Dinh province.
Archaeologists have found a stone tool assumed to be an early calendar dating back 4,000 years in a cave in the northern province of Tuyen Quang.