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HCM City pledges to assist ICT enterprises

HCM City pledges to assist ICT enterprises

Ho Chi Minh City authorities pledged to continue to provide assistance to information technology, electronics and telecommunication (ICT) companies at a meeting held in the city on September 18.

National Committee for e-Government established

National Committee for e-Government established

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a decision on the establishment of a national committee for e-government on the basis of the national committee for application of information technology.

Hau Giang works to develop postal service, information technology

Hau Giang works to develop postal service, information technology

The Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang plans to invest over VND862.65 billion (US$37.3 million) in projects on postal service, telecommunications, and information technology development during the 2018-2020 period, according to a local official.

Firms wary of switch to e-invoices

Firms wary of switch to e-invoices

The Ministry of Finance is drafting regulations on e-bills and will ask the Government to set a deadline of July 2018 for businesses to switch over from paper. But local businesses say they don’t have the information technology resources to meet the proposed deadline.

ICT workshop to be held to support SMEs

ICT workshop to be held to support SMEs

The Vietnam Internet Association (VIA) will organise a workshop entitled “ICT Comm Vietnam 2017” to promote the development of internet and information technology in Vietnam.

Most of Vietnam-Germany University graduates find jobs

Most of Vietnam-Germany University graduates find jobs

About 90 percent of graduates from the Vietnam- Germany University (VGU) have found jobs, while 40 percent of its graduates and postgraduates were offered scholarships by the university, enterprises and other organisations, said VGU Principal Ha Thuc Vien.

HCM City hosts agricultural startup forum

HCM City hosts agricultural startup forum

VOV.VN - An agricultural startup forum will be held on March 23 in Ho Chi Minh City by the city Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) and the Business Support Association (BSA).

IT job demand continues to boom

IT job demand continues to boom

Job demand in the Information Technology industry is higher than ever and will continue to grow in the near future.

HCM City aims for "smart city" status

HCM City aims for "smart city" status

Ho Chi Minh City plans to become a smart city, and the task requires concerted efforts by the administration and information technology community, a city leader has said.

Southern Dong Nai province moves to woo major investors

Southern Dong Nai province moves to woo major investors

The southern province of Dong Nai is stepping up investment-trade-service promotion activities to attract more foreign investments from major markets like Japan, the EU, the Republic of Korea and Taiwan, said the provincial Department of Investment and Planning.

Conference studies cyber security in Vietnam

Conference studies cyber security in Vietnam

A conference focusing on the need to establish groups to handle cyber security problems and maintain safe cyber operations was held in Ho Chi Minh City December 6.

Vietnam, France forge stronger ICT cooperation

Vietnam, France forge stronger ICT cooperation

Minister of Information and Communication Truong Minh Tuan visited France from November 26-29, aiming to strengthen cooperation between Vietnam and France in information technology and communications.

US businesses eye increased investments in private sector

US businesses eye increased investments in private sector

VOV.VN - US businesses want to increase their investments in Vietnam’s private sector to lift total investment to US$500 million over the next three years, said Elizabeth L. Littlefield, the Chief Executive Officer and President of Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).