The central city of Da Nang is redoubling efforts to complete preparations for the APEC Economic Leaders’ Week, slated for early November.
The phone rings all day inside the small room at 35 Tran Phu street in Hanoi’s Ba Dinh district.
Two years after the southern city of HCM City launched family health insurance plans, family coverage languishes at just 24%—a disappointing result that augurs ill for the Government’s bid to achieve universal health care coverage by 2020.
The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) will propose solutions to the Government to renovate specialised inspection activities in order to create a favourable environment for the business community while ensuring control over the quality of goods and protecting consumers.
The Government has just launched an action programme to implement a Politburo resolution on developing the tourism industry into a spearhead economic sector.
Vietnam will continue its efforts to expand cooperation with other countries and support the international community’s efforts to counter terrorism and extremism on the basis of respecting the UN Charter and international law.
Vietnam commits to cooperating with the United Nations and its member states to promote the rule of law to realise sustainable development goals, said Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga, head of Vietnam's Permanent Mission to the UN.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) decision on removing 675 business conditions and licenses has been described as a ‘historic decision’. However, experts think it doesn’t have much significance.
Law experts of Vietnam and the US gathered at a seminar in Hanoi on October 3 to gain an insight into each country’s criminal laws and judicial procedures and share experience in law enforcement.
Vice Chairman of the National Assembly Phung Quoc Hien has advised caution in amending the Law on Public Investment, saying that adjustments are necessary but must not be made hastily, lest the legal system be disrupted.
A charitable art programme, themed “Sympathy and Love”, was held in Hanoi on October 1 by the Fund for Vietnamese Children with Disabilities on the occasion of the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival.
The best way to improve the quality of university education in Vietnam is to provide students with practical experience through collaboration with employers, an education ministry official told university representatives in the southern city of Can Tho on September 28.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Vu Van Tam had a working session in Hanoi on September 28 with the Dutch company Jan Zandbergen, and some partners exporting livestock products to the EU.
The Department for Economic Zones Management of the Ministry of Planning and Investment is in the process of completing the draft Law on Special Administrative-Economic Units, with adjustments being made in terms of local operations, organization, administration and foreign investment policies.
Vietnam might, for the first time, allow 100 per cent foreign-invested firms in three logistics service areas, paving the way for an influx of foreign investment capital in the sector.
“Navigating Towards the Free and Open Seas of Asia: The Role of Maritime Law in Maintaining Good Order at Sea” was the theme of a workshop in Hanoi on September 12.
A draft amendment to higher education law proposes clarifying university assessment measures and making them uniform so that university rankings can be more precise in the future.
A seminar to acquire feedback on the 2019 population and housing census, the fifth of its kind, took place in Hanoi on September 7.
Experts from government and law enforcement agencies of Vietnam and the UK met at a conference in Hanoi on September 7 to discuss measures to combat the illegal wildlife trade.
A house with a floor area of 100 square meters on Dong Khoi street in District 1 of HCMC has a market price of VND1 billion per square meter.