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Vietnam-Australia trade ties thriving

Vietnam-Australia trade ties thriving

Vietnam and Australia have opportunities to advance their economic and trade ties, said Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan.

PM gives nod to administrative decentralisation in HCM City

PM gives nod to administrative decentralisation in HCM City

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc agreed in principle with Ho Chi Minh City’s proposal on administrative decentralisation to a maximum possible extent during a working session in Hanoi on September 6 with the Standing Board of the municipal Party Committee.

Hanoi’s export turnover, tourists sharply rise

Hanoi’s export turnover, tourists sharply rise

Vietnam’s capital city of Hanoi is estimated to post an increase of 7.37% in gross regional domestic products in the first half of 2017 and earn US$5.8 billion from exports, up 12.1% against last year.

Cambodian front official meets with Hanoi officials

Cambodian front official meets with Hanoi officials

A visiting delegation from the Solidarity Front for the Development of Cambodia’s Motherland led by its Vice Chairman and Acting General Secretary Nhem Valy, has met with officials from the Hanoi Party Committee.

Communist youth union anniversary marked in Russia

Communist youth union anniversary marked in Russia

Vietnamese youths in Russia celebrated the 86th founding anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (March 26, 1931) at the Hanoi-Moscow Complex (Incentra), Moscow on March 26.

Reforming external relations work to serve national development

Reforming external relations work to serve national development

VOV.VN - Taking place after the 12th National Party Congress and amidst opportunities and challenges at home and abroad, the 29th Diplomatic Conference discusses ways to reform external relation activities to serve national construction and defense.

HCM City officials welcome Lao PM

HCM City officials welcome Lao PM

Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Dinh La Thang and other senior municipal officials welcomed Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith to the city on May 16.