The Hanoi People’s Court on October 27 delivered its verdict on six ex-railway officials charged with abusing power while performing duties.
The Hanoi People’s Court opened a trial on October 26 for six ex-railway officials accused of abusing power while performing their duties.
The Hanoi People’s Court has issued a detaining warrant for four defendants in a power abuse case in the railway sector which is due to go before court on October 26.
Six officials of Vietnam's railway operator will stand trial this month for allegations that they received JPY69.9 million (US$583,000) in bribes from a Japanese consultant of a major project funded by Japan.
The Ministry of Commerce has disclosed that a discussion on Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Thailand and Pakistan will be held in September.
(VOV) -JTC former President Tamio Kakinuma and other key executives admitted to the charge of bribing officials in several countries, including Vietnam.
(VOV) -Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) and the Public Relations Department (PRD) of Thailand have agreed to increase the sharing of information and cooperation in audio/visual broadcasting and news and current affairs exchange.
(VOV) - The Japanese government has resumed official development assistance (ODA) to Vietnam after a brief suspension over a graft scandal involving the Japan Transportation Consultants Inc. (JTC).
(VOV) -Leaders of the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) on June 24 met with Japanese Envoy to Vietnam Hideo Suzuki Hideo Suzuki, discussing the government’s recent efforts to combat corruption.
(VOV) - Economic power is second only to "violence" and Official Development Assistance (ODA) is one of the tools demonstrating this great power.
(VOV) - Vietnam and Japan jointly held a meeting in Hanoi on April 3 to examine measures to prevent the misappropriation of ODA funding.
(VOV) - Ten Vietnamese transport officials affirmed they were not associated with the bribery scandal of the Japan Transportation Consultants, Inc. (JTC) and did not lend a helping hand to the company’s corrupt behaviour.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has asked the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to submit a report as a reference to make a decision whether to go ahead with a plan to host the 18th Asian Games (ASIAD 18), said Minister-Chairman of the Government Office Nguyen Van Nen.
(VOV) - The Japanese side is currently launching its investigation into the bribery allegations and the investigative results will be released after getting government permit.
(VOV) - The first meeting of Joint Vietnam-Japan Committee will be held in Hanoi on April 3 in a bid to clarify issues related to bribery allegations against Japanese railway consultancy firm JTC.
(VOV) -In the wake of bribery allegations against Japanese railway consultancy firm JTC, Transport Minister Dinh La Thang took the decision, on March 27, to set up an investigation team to look into the case.
The Transport Ministry has ordered 10 of its officials to present written accounts of their involvement in the early stages of the Hanoi city urban railway construction project (Line 1), which has become mired in controversy and bribery allegations.
(VOV) - Transport Minister Dinh La Thang said the government is committed to ferret out all those involved in the recently uncovered transport project bribery schemes and impose strict penalties, regardless of their positions.
(VOV) - Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Ngoc Dong will fly to Japan late Tuesday (March 25) to probe bribery allegations against a Japanese consultancy firm, in connection with an ODA project in Vietnam.
(VOV) - Three more transport officials have been temporarily fired for investigations into whether they are associated with the Japan Transportation Consultants, Inc. (JTC)’s alleged bribes for an ODA project in Vietnam.