Tags: public assets

Out-of-tune voices unable to erode public trust in Party

Out-of-tune voices unable to erode public trust in Party

In the rules-based spirit, the Vietnamese Party and State have resolutely handled officials who committed violations of law, especially those holding high-level positions, towards building a pure and strong Party, raising the Party’s prestige and consolidating public trust in the Party.

State corps commit violations worth US$15.4 billion

State corps commit violations worth US$15.4 billion

State corporations and groups have been found to have committed violations worth nearly VND350 trillion (US$15.4 billion) in State capital usage and management during the 2011-2016 period, according to the Government Inspectorate.

Property rules need more clarification: NA

Property rules need more clarification: NA

Adjustments to the draft Law on Management and Use of Public Assets were high on the agenda at the National Assembly full-time deputies’ meeting in Hanoi on April 4.

Whose hands will public assets fall into?

Whose hands will public assets fall into?

The equitization of a series of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) will end with a large part of public assets falling into the hands of a group of ‘the super rich’.