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Experts want ACV as Long Thanh airport builder

Experts want ACV as Long Thanh airport builder

Some local experts have backed the government's decision to award the construction of Long Thanh airport to the Airports Corporation of Vietnam despite lawmakers' concerns.

Retirement age to rise as from 2021

Retirement age to rise as from 2021

The retirement age for male and female workers will increase from 60 and 55 at present to 62 and 60 respectively in 2035 under the revised Labour Code that was passed by National Assembly deputies on November 20.

NA Chairwoman receives WB’s country director

NA Chairwoman receives WB’s country director

National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on November 21 appreciated the World Bank (WB)’s comprehensive cooperation with Vietnam and its contributions to the country’s development in recent times.

NA Chairwoman requires Government to effectively implement NA resolutions

NA Chairwoman requires Government to effectively implement NA resolutions

Concluding the three-day Q&A session on November 8, National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan required the government to thoroughly study the opinions of NA deputies, voters and people in order to take practical measures for positive changes in areas under their management.

Deputy PM, Minister clear up electricity-related questions

Deputy PM, Minister clear up electricity-related questions

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dung Dung stressed solutions to adjust the electricity planning scheme and deal with obstacles hindering investment mobilisation in the electricity sector at the National Assembly’s working session on November 7.

Trade minister fields questions about trade fraud

Trade minister fields questions about trade fraud

Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh on November 7 cleared up questions raised by National Assembly deputies regarding the aluminum shipment labeled as made-in-Vietnam product and worth 4.3 billion USD to the US by a Chinese-invested business in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.