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14th NA’s eighth session set to open on October 21

14th NA’s eighth session set to open on October 21

VOV.VN - The eighth session of the 14th National Assembly (NA) is due to open on October 21 and conclude on November 27, deputy head of the NA Office Nguyen Manh Hung said during a press conference in Hanoi on October 18.

Code of conduct written to keep civil servants in line

Code of conduct written to keep civil servants in line

In a bid to improve the behaviour of civil servants and ensure professionalism and transparency while performing their duties, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has completed a code of conduct for civil servants.

Da Nang commends students with high academic results

Da Nang commends students with high academic results

Central Da Nang city on June 23 presented scholarships to over 200 students who are children of local workers and civil servants to encourage them to overcome disadvantages to obtain better academic results.

Civil servants’ base salary to increase in July

Civil servants’ base salary to increase in July

The monthly basic salary for civil servants, public employees and those working in the armed forces will increase to VND1.39 million (US$61.1) from VND1.3 million (US$57.2) as of July 1, 2018.

HCM City increases civil servants’ salaries

HCM City increases civil servants’ salaries

Increasing civil servants’ salaries was among the notable improvements made by HCM City since a government resolution that gives the city more control over its governance was approved by the National Assembly four months ago.

Civil servants base salary up 5%

Civil servants base salary up 5%

The monthly base salary for civil servants, public employees and those working in the armed forces has been officially stipulated to go up by 5% to VND1.21 million (nearly US$54), following a newly-signed Government decree.

Vietnam raises minimum wage for public sector

 Vietnam raises minimum wage for public sector

Civil servants and public employees, including teachers and doctors, will have the first raise in three years this month when the basic wage level used to calculate their income sees a 5% bump.

Where will SOE CEOs go after State disinvestment?

Where will SOE CEOs go after State disinvestment?

There are two paths for the leaders of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to follow after SOEs equitized, either becoming hired workers or civil servants at state agencies. In fact, there is another choice – retirement.

EU sets date for Greece's list of reforms

EU sets date for Greece's list of reforms

(VOV) - The European Union has given Greece up to April 20 to present a list of reforms which, if found acceptable, would unlock the final tranche of aid funds promised under a multi-billion-euro bailout.

CPVCC’s 10th meeting focuses on socio-economic performance

The Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC) on the morning of January 9 debated a draft report on the realisation of socio-economic development tasks during 2011-2015 and orientations for the next five years at its ongoing 10th meeting.

Vietnam may run out of pension funds

Vietnam may run out of pension funds

The international labour organization (ILO) in Hanoi has suggested that comprehensive reforms are needed to fix Vietnam’s pension scheme, as the country will soon no longer be able to pay pensions.