Tag: "activities"

Samsung contributes significantly to Vietnam’s economy: PM

Samsung contributes significantly to Vietnam’s economy: PM

Foreign-invested enterprises, including Samsung Complex Vietnam (Samsung Vietnam) of the Republic of Korea (RoK), are an important component of Vietnam’s economy, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc told Han Myoung-Sup, General Director of Samsung Vietnam at a meeting in Hanoi on May 16.

Viglacera to form joint venture with Cuba

Viglacera to form joint venture with Cuba

The Vietnam Glass and Ceramics for Construction Corporation (Viglacera)’s annual shareholder meeting recently highlighted the company’s plan to implement investment activities in Cuba.

Hanoi Customs: online public service recorded efficiency

Hanoi Customs: online public service recorded efficiency

The process of administrative procedures through the online public service system at http://pus.customs.gov.vn of Hanoi Customs prove effective, contributing to facilitating import-export activities of local enterprises.

India’s northeast seeks to bolster ties with CLMV

India’s northeast seeks to bolster ties with CLMV

A business summit between India’s northeastern region and Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV) has taken place in Guwahati city of the Indian state of Assam, focusing on higher education and herbal health sector.

HCM City launches food safety management board

HCM City launches food safety management board

The Food Safety Management Board of Ho Chi Minh City officially made its debut at a ceremony on March 11, making the city become the first locality in the country piloting food safety management by only one agency.

Enjoy blooming Japanese cherry blossoms in Hanoi

Enjoy blooming Japanese cherry blossoms in Hanoi

VOV.VN -The Ly Thai To Park, near Hoan Kiem Lake, on March 10-12 offers visitors a perfect picture experience for viewing many species of cherry trees imported directly from Japan.

Vietnam proactive to prevent A/H7N9 avian flu

Vietnam proactive to prevent A/H7N9 avian flu

Vietnam has so far recorded no infections of human A/H7N9 avian flu, however, the country is promoting efforts to prevent the entry of virus, which caused a new outbreak in neighbouring China.

Government updates energy testing law

Government updates energy testing law

A new government circular took effect on February 10, allowing businesses to announce their level of energy efficiency and self-label their goods.

Education administration goes online

Education administration goes online

By 2020, all state governing bodies in education and training and other educational institutions hope to perform administrative activities online. Seventy percent of meetings between state governing bodies and educational institutions are hoped to be conducted via teleconference.