The Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) Group donated US$100,000 to the Lao Government on April 20 to help the country purchase medical supplies for its fight against COVID-19.
VOV.VN - The US is providing both technical assistance and financial support, initially US$18.3 million to ASEAN member states, including nearly US$3 million to Vietnam, according to information released on March 31 by the US Department of State.
VOV.VN -The Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company, better known as Vinamilk, has signed a contract to become the main sponsor of both the men’s and women’s national football teams, in addition to the U22, U23, and Olympic teams, during the 2019-2022 period.
Business conditions related to the establishment and operation of joint stock commercial banks and non-bank credit institutions in Vietnam will be eased under a draft circular from the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
The Australian Embassy in Hanoi on June 29 began receiving applications for its Direct Aid Programme (DAP), which grants financial support for projects carried out in localities from the north to the central province of Thua Thien-Hue during 2018-2019.
Cooperatives and alliances of cooperatives in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh will get financial support when joining the large-scale field model, which is being implemented in the locality.
After 2017’s significant state capital divestment deals, the Vietnamese market is expected to see some of the most anticipated sales in 2018.
VOV.VN - Nguyen Van Quang and his wife, who live in Truong Lac ward, Can Tho city, are poor but have 6 children, all of them afflicted with Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin.
Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh visited and offered gifts worth US$5,700 to 108 elderly people, orphans, children with disabilities and staff of the social protection centre in the southernmost province of Ca Mau on June 7.
VOV.VN -The Lotte Foundation on October 28 at an awards ceremony in Hanoi presented grants and scholarships valued at US$15,200 to 76 university students for the current academic year.
The Hanoi Department of Health will expand the health insurance coverage among poor people living with HIV/AIDS by giving them financial support sourced from the city’s health insurance fund, according to head of the department Nguyen Khac Hien.
Some start-up projects in Ho Chi Minh City will receive financial support of up to VND2 billion (US$90,000) within two years under a mechanism recently issued by the municipal People’s Committee.
Save the Children Vietnam has decided to grant a financial support worth VND5.1 billion (US$228,700) for the Mekong delta province of Ca Mau to carry out a programme in response to climate change.
The authorities of Hanoi have decided to grant financial aid worth US$855,000 to support the Central Highlands, south central and Mekong Delta localities hardest hit by droughts and saline intrusion.
A Singaporean septuagenarian has given his all, including huge financial support, to help mitigate the lingering effects of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin on Vietnamese victims.
Vietravel Company has been granted a one-year monopoly on handling air routes connecting Can Tho City to Da Lat and Nha Trang City.
The government has approved a plan to use nearly US$12.74 million from the state budget to support provinces whose crops have been hit by severe drought this year.
As traditional sources of energy like coal and petroleum are quickly becoming exhausted, resulting in high prices and unstable supply, Vietnam is seeking renewable resources and turning to solar power.
President Truong Tan Sang has urged the education sector to continue urgent reforms in education and training ahead of the start of the new academic year.
Enhancing financial support for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) businesses was the main focus of a conference held by Ho Chi Minh City’s Association of SMEs and the municipal Department of Industry and Trade on June 17.