The amendments to Circular No 36 are meant to urge commercial banks to strengthen the risk management of lending activities, rather than tighten the credit sources for the real estate sector, said Pham Huyen Anh, Deputy Chief Inspector of the State Bank of Vietnam.
Approximately 330 calls have been made to three national anti-corruption hotlines that were created for the public to report corruption 25 days ago, said Head of Government Inspectorate Anti-corruption Bureau Pham Trong Dat.
Vietnam and China held the first ministerial-level session of the working group on land infrastructure cooperation in Beijing on October 15 to seek more practical and effective cooperation mechanisms in the field.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has asked for strengthened coordination to ensure the strict implementation of laws related to corruption prevention.
Gaining access to accurate information on land, buildings and other factors needed for the investment making-decision process has been one of the greatest challenges facing foreign retailers in Vietnam, according to Hong Won Sik, General Director of LotteMart in Vietnam.
(VOV) - The number of foreign tourists to Vietnam in the first quarter of this year is estimated to reach 2,007,884, down 13.7% against the same period last year, announced the General Statistics Office of Vietnam (GSO).
Though gold prices remain unchanged and land and securities have become more valuable, the rich still prefer to keep their cash.
(VOV)-The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho was ranked first in Vietnam for providing comprehensive, easily accessible land-related information through its website, the World Bank said in its Land Transparency Study which was released at a ceremony on December 12.
The results of a Denmark-assisted biennial survey of rural households in 12 provinces in Vietnam in 2012 were released at a conference in Hanoi on August 7.
(VOV) -Six Vietnamese exhibits taking part in the Sri Lankan Home & You Exhibition in Colombo from July 5-7 have drawn special attention from local visitors.
The Party and State have devised a host of exclusive policies to support ethnic groups in the Central Highlands, especially those living in poverty.
(VOV) -The ancient city of Hoi An is not only famous for its harmonious relationship between history, culture, architecture, land and people but also for its beautiful green trees.
A photographic exhibition has taken place in the French city of Tours, featuring the beauty of Vietnam’s land and its people.
Preliminary statistics show that more than four million square metres of public land are abandoned and tens of millions more are not put into proper use in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city alone.