Vietnam highly encourages Japanese investment inflow into agro-forestry-fisheries, President Truong Tan Sang told Governor of Japanese prefecture Wakayama, Yoshinobu Nisaka, during a reception in Hanoi on March 11.
The outcomes of the 2014 Knowledge Sharing Programme (KSP), launched by the Republic of Korea (RoK) to share experience in socio-economic development with Vietnam, were announced at a conference held in Hanoi on March 11.
(VOV) - Vietnamese firms have reported that finding qualified employees to fill critical positions is one of their biggest challenges and it is impeding both growth and the attraction of foreign investment.
(VOV) - A Vietnam-Japan information and communications technology (ICT) forum was held on January 15 in Hanoi gathering the participation of hundreds of delegates from both nations.
President Truong Tan Sang on January 7 met 102 outstanding students in Hanoi on the 65th anniversary of the Student Traditional Day and the Vietnamese Student Association.
Qatari Minister of Economy and Trade Sheikh Mohamed Al-Thani has committed to raising two-way trade with Vietnam to US$1 billion in the coming years.
(VOV) -Politburo member and Chairman of the Vietnam-Japan Friendship Parliamentary Group, To Huy Rua, received President of the Japan National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Takashi Shiraishi, in Hanoi on December 1.
President Truong Tan Sang met with 78 outstanding ethnic minority students in Hanoi on November 1, asking them to continue their academic endeavours as a contribution to the nation-building process.
(VOV) - A group of 30 senior officials from northern Bac Ninh province is in Singapore to be trained as master trainers on public administration and human resource (HR) management.
(VOV) - Without a long-term human resource (HR) development strategy, businesses are unable to stand firm and operate efficiently in a highly competitive environment, experts warned at a workshop in HCM City on September 29.
(VOV) -Garment and textile exports in the first eight months of the year accelerated 19.7% on-year to US$13.65 billion, according to the the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
(VOV) -APEC Human Resource Development Ministers from APEC convened in Hanoi on September 5, seeking to address social dimensions of globalisation, enhance the quality of human resources and facilitate labour mobility.
(VOV) -Many hold the misconception that the key to attracting investment is simply to offer more incentives. The theory is the more incentives offered the more foreign investors will flock to Vietnam.
(VOV) - Prefecture Ibaraki will receive and equip Vietnamese trainees with basic knowledge and farming techniques, to help improve the quality of the Vietnamese agricultural sector’s human resources.
(VOV) - The Vietnam Ministry of Finance (MoF) has asked its Japanese counterpart to help Vietnam finalise its financial market institution, increase the capacity, and develop human resources.
(VOV) - Vietnam and Australia will encourage meetings and cooperation on education between their government agencies, education institutions, and research organisations.
A top Vietnamese lawmaker has asked Japan to continue assisting Vietnam in the field of human resources training in the coming time.
(VOV) -A World Bank official has said worker skill improvements should be prioritised in the reform strategy seeking to make Vietnam an industrial country by 2020.
(VOV) - The Japanese prefecture Shizuoka has hosted a seminar promoting human resource development cooperation and Japanese investment in Vietnam.
(VOV) -Hanoi’s National Economic and Technical College (NETC) has inaugurated an e-learning centre, sponsored by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Samsung Group, on August 2.