The Vietnamese Government’s decision on providing incentives for solar energy projects in Vietnam has attracted foreign investors to the field, including those from Taiwan.
The Vietnamese government expects to hit its growth target for the year despite a slow first quarter by excavating more crude oil, but lawmakers said this would go against a bigger plan to build a sustainable economy which relies less on mining.
The Vietnamese government plans to work with Facebook to remove fake pages that purport to belong to state leaders as it pursues a social media cleanup campaign, Minister of Information and Communications Truong Minh Tuan told a parliamentary committee on April 18.
The Vietnamese Government has accused Australia of "causing serious damage" to its prawn farmers and exporters and has asked the Federal Government to reconsider the ban on uncooked prawn imports.
The Vietnamese government has called on authorities to complete compensation payments for all fish farmers in the country's central provinces affected by the toxic disaster caused by Taiwanese steel firm Formosa last year.
The Vietnamese Government will continue creating favourable conditions for Swedish firms, including those from Ostergotland region, to do stable and long-term business in Vietnam, particularly in green technology, processing, manufacturing, infrastructure, health care, and information technology.
Carlsberg will bid for the State-controlled Hanoi Beer Alcohol and Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Habeco) in March or April, but the Vietnamese Government may have more than one option to choose from when it comes to buyers.
Vietnam plans to boost cooperation in skilled labour and health care privatization, which is a good chance for Japanese firms, said Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung at a meeting with representatives from more than 100 trade unions of Japan in Tokyo on December 22.
The inspection sectors of Vietnam and Cambodia have agreed to continue expanding their inspection work cooperation in the coming time, focusing on the exchange of delegations and personnel training.
The Vietnamese Government has created favorable conditions for Amata to operate in the country in more than 20 years, said Vikrom Kromadit, Chairman of the Thai-based industrial estates group.
The NGO asks activists to demand tough measures from the Vietnamese government to end the trade of ivory and rhino horn.
Minister of Information and Communications Truong Minh Tuan has granted three giant mobile network operators licences to set up public telecommunication and provide 4G service on broadband 1,800 MHz.
The Vietnamese Government’s scholarships for 2016 were presented to 35 children of overseas Vietnamese in Laos at a ceremony in Vientiane, Laos, on October 14.
Hundreds of fishermen traveled by bus to Ha Tinh to demand the Taiwanese firm to cough up for the damage it has caused.
An ADB-funded project that strengthens agriculture science and technology in Vietnam was among the three winners of the Most Successful Development Project Awards selected by the bank’s Independent Evaluation, ADB said in its August 8 news release.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc received Lao Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Somdy Douangdy in Hanoi on August 4, during which he asked the Lao Government to support Vietnamese enterprises’ operations in the country.
VINCI, a French-based leading global group in infrastructure construction and concessions, hopes to cooperate with the Vietnamese Government and partners to develop highway projects in the country.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc required the Cabinet members as well as ministries and agencies of the 2016-2021 tenure to swiftly roll out their working plans to support the Government in designing and spurring growths in service of people.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue and Vice President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Kenichi Tomiyoshi have discussed policies on the restructuring of State-own enterprises (SOEs) and the banking system in Vietnam during 2016-2020.
The Vietnamese government is considering setting up a new agency to manage state-owned enterprises more effectively, but some economists have questioned the necessity of such a plan.