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Ministry works to put crime under control

Ministry works to put crime under control

The Ministry of Public Security has deployed synchronous measures to curb the increase of crime in the first six months of this year, heard a press conference in Hanoi on June 28.

NA leader meets with Can Tho voters

NA leader meets with Can Tho voters

National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on April 27 met with voters in some communes in Phong Dien district, the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho.

Businesses advised to increase transparency to prevent corruption

Businesses advised to increase transparency to prevent corruption

Compliance with international standards, including those on transparency, has become more urgent for Vietnamese enterprises when they are expanding operation at the global scale, according to Executive Director of Towards Transparency (TI) Nguyen Thi Kieu Vien.

Former Dong A Bank executive detained, prosecuted

Former Dong A Bank executive detained, prosecuted

The economic and anti-corruption police force said it has issued decisions on the arrest and prosecution of Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen, former Deputy Director General of Dong A Bank on the charges of appropriating assets and intentionally violating State regulations on economic management.

Bac Giang intensifies fight against corruption

Bac Giang intensifies fight against corruption

The northern province of Bac Giang will continue enhancing the efficiency of corruption fighting in the second quarter of this year, Vice Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Than Van Khoa has said.

President works with State Audit leaders

President works with State Audit leaders

VOV.VN - President Tran Dai Quang had a working session on April 13 with leaders of the State Audit, during which he asked the agency to pay heed to sectors and areas with high risks of corruption such as mining, capital construction, land use and cases of public concern.

NA discusses Denunciation Law changes

NA discusses Denunciation Law changes

The National Assembly’s Law Committee on March 9 convened its fourth plenary session in Hanoi, with debates focusing on examining amendments to the drafted Denunciation Law.

Prime Minister turns focus on hidden assets

Prime Minister turns focus on hidden assets

The Prime Minister has directed authorities to find the assets of suspects in corruption cases in order to prevent them from being hidden and to help in executing judgments against the accused.

Indian banks get US$44 billion of old-currency notes in four days

Indian banks get US$44 billion of old-currency notes in four days

Indian banks received 3 trillion rupees (US$44.4 billion) of 500- and 1,000-rupee notes over the last four days, the Finance Ministry said on November 13, after the government announced it would withdraw such bills to crack down on corruption.