(VOV) -Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has praised HCM City for its impressive economic achievements during 2013.
Vietnamese and Chinese Governmental negotiating delegates on border and territory gathered at a plenary session in Hanoi on December 5-7.
(VOV) - The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) raised US$435,000 at a Zero Awards ceremony in HCM City on December 5 to support Vietnamese children.
A report by the National Committee for International Economic Co-operation has rated Ho Chi Minh City as being the nation's most internationally competitive city.
Foreign and domestic delegates gathered in Quang Ninh province on November 25 to seek ways to fight against prostitution, which has been getting more sophisticated in this booming hi-tech era.
(VOV) -A ground-breaking ceremony was held in Quang Ngai province on November 24 for a 140-km expressway linking Danang city and Quang Ngai in the central region.
(VOV) - Under a joint declaration signed in Hanoi on November 19, all 13 members of the Asian Network of Major Cities 21 (ANMC) agreed to boost cooperation and share experience in urban management and socio-economic development.
(VOV) -Downpours coupled with water discharged from some hydro-electric power plants in the Central Highland province of Gia Lai have submerged sections of key roads and swept away many hundreds of local residents.
A requiem for the souls of traffic accident victims was held at Bai Dinh pagoda in the northern province of Ninh Binh on November 16.
(VOV) - Floods caused by torrential rains in central provinces have killed 24 people and many have been reported missing, according to the National Search and Rescue Committee.
Non-communicable conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and injuries caused by traffic accidents account for 70% of health problems in Vietnam.
The National Assembly (NA) on November 12 approved a resolution on the adjustments to the 2013 budget estimate and planned budget spending for 2014.
(VOV) -At least 13 people were killed and 81 others were injured after typhoon Haiyan, packing winds of 117kph, ripped through north-central and northern provinces.
(VOV) -November 17 has been designated a Day of Remembrance for the victims of traffic accidents, reminding the public of the importance of traffic regulations and the tragic consequences of failing to heed them.
(VOV) -Rising floodwater has submerged many roads in Ho Chi Minh City, causing widespread traffic congestion in urban areas and residents houses to be completely flooded.