VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has affirmed the government's great efforts to adopt appropriate policies for teachers as well as artists.
(VOV) -The Vietnamese and Australian governments have agreed on a new human resource development program worth AUD146 million that will run from 2016 to 2020.
(VOV) -How to develop tourism closely linked to traditional craft villages was examined at a March 20 seminar in HCM City.
(VOV) -The HCM City Union of Friendship Organizations awarded the For Peace and Friendship among Nations insignia to Japanese Consul General Hida Harumitsu for his contributions to strengthening Vietnam-Japan ties.
(VOV) - The Belgian region of Flanders will strengthen cooperation in socio-economics, culture, science and technology, especially port development, with Vietnamese localities.
(VOV) -Vietnamese and Cambodian lawyers have agreed to further cooperation for the two countries’ stronger development and deeper international integration.
(VOV) - Ho Chi Minh City is committed to creating favourable conditions for Swiss enterprises and businesses to take advantage of its investment opportunities.
(VOV) - Vietnam wants to increase cooperation with Japan in strategic areas of market economy institutionalisation, human resource development, infrastructure construction, and agricultural production.
A Japanese-funded project on enhancing human resource capacity for the water sector in Vietnam’s central region has been a success, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) said at a review conference on May 28.
(VOV) - Japan has agreed to send experts to Vietnam to help improve the quality of vocational training.
The Republic of Korea (RoK) will provide a US$1.2 billion preferential loan for Vietnam’s development in 2012–2015.
The government of Vietnam creates the best possible conditions for foreign businesses, including Lotte Group from the Republic of Korea, to expand operations efficiently in the country.
Vietnam will introduce more preferential policies for Japanese businesses that are investing in the country, said a government official.
Tra Vinh should make a breakthrough in institutional reform, infrastructure upgrade and human resource development to realize its socioeconomic development targets in the next five years, said Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan.