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Ministry asked to speed up administrative reform

Ministry asked to speed up administrative reform

Standing Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh urged the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) to accelerate administrative reform, focusing on institutional development and ensuring a uniform institutional system to meet State management requirements in the fields that it is responsible for.

ASEAN - Japan cyber security drill held

ASEAN - Japan cyber security drill held

The 2020 ASEAN - Japan drill on trans-national cyber security took place online and offline on June 25 with the participation of the ten ASEAN member countries and Japan.

Logistics industry problems persist: conference

Logistics industry problems persist: conference

The logistics industry in Vietnam, especially HCM City, continues to face challenges like red tape and traffic congestion near border gates despite progress made in facilitating trade, Dinh Ngoc Thang, head of the city Department of Customs, told a recent conference.

Services sector to promote IT application

Services sector to promote IT application

The Prime Minister has launched an initiative to restructure the services sector using advanced technology and artificial intelligence to improve competitiveness.

Da Nang boosts IT application in administrative reform

Da Nang boosts IT application in administrative reform

The central city of Da Nang is piloting the use of automated paper delivery kiosks as an effort to boost the application of information technology in administrative reform to better serve enterprises and people.

E-government makes breakthrough

E-government makes breakthrough

VOV.VN - 2019 is seen as a breakthrough year in building Vietnam’s e-government. Key projects were launched to lay the foundation for an uniform e-government system nationwide.

Traffic accidents drop over 5 percent in 2019

Traffic accidents drop over 5 percent in 2019

The numbers of traffic accidents, traffic-related deaths and injuries in the country all decreased in 2019, as compared to the previous year, heard a national teleconference held on December 28.