A film festival honoring female film-makers will be held in Hanoi early next month as part of the Australian Embassy in Vietnam’s annual Gender Month.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s exports to several member countries of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) have surged so far this year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade at a recent press conference on industrial manufacturing and trade activities.
Orientations for promoting gender equality in development were tabled at a workshop hosted by the Australia Embassy in Hanoi on May 15.
An exhibition on Torres Strait masks will be introduced in Vietnam for the first time by the Australian Embassy in Vietnam together with the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
The Health Ministry discussed a strategy to develop the pharmaceutical industry at a seminar it jointly held with the Party Central Committee's Commission for Economic Affairs and the Australian Embassy in Vietnam in Hanoi on June 27.
Vietnam will continue reforming its economy, improving the business climate and fully implementing the commitments it has made to the free trade agreements (FTAs), actively contributing to regional economic and trade integration.
The first-ever Hanoi Mardi Gras Festival, which aims to highlight and celebrate the city’s LGBT community, will hold its main celebration on March 24 at the Australian Embassy.
Australian authorities will soon allow the import of fresh Vietnamese dragon fruit into the country, the Australian Embassy in Vietnam has said.
The Australian Embassy along with non-governmental organisations began a project on “Women’s Economic Empowerment through Agriculture Value Chain Enhancement” (WEAVE) in Hanoi on August 12.
Australia has officially commenced a review to import fresh dragon fruit from Vietnam into its market.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) held a conference on October 1 with a focus on the development of a strategy to supervise and evaluate public investment in the 2015-2020 period.
The Australian Embassy in Vietnam has issued a statement on the suppression orders issued by the Supreme Court of Victoria concerning the Australian-style polymer note printing case.
(VOV) - The World Bank (WB) and the Australian embassy in Vietnam have announced that they will fund a program to strengthen administration efficiency in Vietnam, according to the WB in Vietnam on November 18.
(VOV) -The Australian Embassy in Hanoi has announced its 2013–14 Direct Aid Program (DAP), worth an estimated AUD159.1 million to targeted northern and central provinces.
Nam Dinh province Red Cross in coordination with the Australian Embassy and a charitable organization on May 16 presented 40 wheelchairs to Agent Orange (AO) victims and people with disabilities in Nam Dinh.