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Vietnam, Canada step up parliamentary cooperation

Vietnam, Canada step up parliamentary cooperation

A delegation of the National Assembly Committee for Social Affairs, led by its deputy head Bui Sy Loi, has visited Canada to exchange experience in policy and law building regarding labour, health and gender equality issues.

Customs authorities to stop accepting cash

Customs authorities to stop accepting cash

Payments of import-export taxes and fees to customs authorities must all be conducted via cashless payment methods or through credit institutions from the beginning of April, according to a requirement recently issued by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

Funds secure for social and health programmes

Funds secure for social and health programmes

Two senior officials have pledged that national healthcare and social insurance funding will not run out, but cautioned that appropriate reforms and adjustments were needed.

Vietnam seeks to fulfill TPP commitments to employment

Vietnam seeks to fulfill TPP commitments to employment

Vietnam should complete labour standards and relations in order to fulfill its commitments to employment and trade union in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement to which the country is a signatory, heard a workshop in the central city of Da Nang on June 21.

Moving Vietnamese workers need welfare policies

Moving Vietnamese workers need welfare policies

Bui Sy Loi, Deputy Head of the National Assembly (NA)’s Social Affairs Committee, spoke with Nong Thon Ngay Nay (Countryside Today) about workers’ access to social welfare policies.

NA adopts 5% pay rise next year

NA adopts 5% pay rise next year

(VOV) - On November 11, 392 out of 435 National Assembly (NA) deputies approved a resolution on State budget estimates for 2016 with 80.06% of the votes in favour in which the base salary for State officials and employees will increase as of May next year by 5% or VND60,000 compared to the previous level.

Efforts needed to observe labour law

Efforts needed to observe labour law

Speeding up the implementation of the Law on Social Insurance will enable millions of labourers in non-official sectors to access social insurance, securing themselves and the society, said Bui Sy Loi, Deputy Head of the National Assembly Committee on Social Affairs.