GrabTaxi Co. Ltd., will implement a pilot scheme on the application of information technology in support of the management and connection of commercial passenger transportation via the GrabCar project from this month.
The General Department of Vietnam Customs will continue reforming its administrative procedure, enhancing its application of information technology in 2016, said Deputy Director General of the agency Nguyen Duong Thai on January 26.
Vietnam’s healthcare has gone a long way since the “Doi Moi” (Renewal) Process 30 years ago with improved service quality and equality.
A great number of Hanoi businesses learned about opportunities and challenges of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) during a discussion in the capital city on January 8.
FPT and Fujitsu have announced the official completion of their FPT-Fujitsu Akisai Farm and Vegetable Factory project, which applies cloud computing technology to develop a smart agricultural model in Vietnam.
The import of second-hand information technology (IT) products will be prohibited from December 15.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Norway Le Thi Tuyet Mai joined the Ambassadors of other ASEAN nations in the ASEAN Committee in Oslo (ACO) in a visit to Bodo, the capital of the northern region of Nordland, on November 3-4 to enhance all-round cooperation between the bloc and the European country.
The first Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) Co-ordination Committee meeting for the fifth Asian Beach Games 2016 has been held in Danang.
The application of information technology was one of the key reforms needed for the administration of taxation and customs.
The central city plans to cooperate with the Danang FPT Software company in conducting a Japanese language training programme for information technology (IT) students at colleges throughout the city.
The northern province of Ha Nam is anticipating a wave of capital in diverse areas, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Mai Tien Dung told a trade promotion forum in Ho Chi Minh City on August 6.
Ministries and sectors have to make drastic moves to streamline administrative procedures and apply information technology to help Vietnam’s business climate indexes reach or surpass ASEAN national averages of Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
Vietnam will strive to become one of the top five nations in international trade statistics of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) by 2017.
(VOV) -The skills and education recent Vietnamese college graduates acquired during their time on campus may not be serving them well when it comes to proving their worth to potential employers.
Trends in interest within Vietnam’s tech community are following those around the world, according to a recent survey conducted by VietnamWorks.com.
Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Bac Son has suggested closer cooperation in e-government, post, radio frequency, broadcast and television between Vietnam and Japan during his talks with Japanese Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Sanae Takaichi on July 7.
A programme on information technology system development was officially handed over to the Office of the Lao Government in the country’s capital Vientiane on June 18.
A conference will be held in Ho Chi Minh City from October 14-16 promoting Vietnam as an attractive emerging information technology (IT) outsourcing destination.
With an increasingly attractive business environment and developed information technology, Danang is on the way to realize its goal of becoming “Singapore of Vietnam”.