VOV.VN - Vietnam has recorded no new locally transmitted coronavirus cases during the past 24 hours, marking the 35th straight day the country has seen no new community infections, the Ministry of Health said in its May 21 morning update.
VOV.VN - Restrictions on Ha Loi village in Hanoi’s outlying Me Linh district – a COVID-19 hotspot in the capital city – will be lifted as of May 6, according to Hanoi authorities.
VOV.VN - The capital city of Hanoi, which was most affected by the novel coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19) in the country, has begun easing restrictions cautiously to adapt to the ‘new normal’ practice.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has reported no new cases of the novel coronavirus during the past five days, keeping its cumulative tally of infections at 268 with no deaths, the Ministry of Health said in its April 21 morning update.
VOV.VN - Low-cost carrier Air Seoul, a subsidiary of the Republic of Korea's Asiana Airlines, unveiled fresh plans on October 8 to open a new air route beginning this December to Nha Trang city in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa, Vietnam.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has requested the US to carefully consider alternative means to restrict the import of steel and aluminum products from Vietnam.
Taxi firms are bristling over a draft regulation that will place greater restrictions over their operations in the capital city.
Vietnam will lift restrictions in areas including services, telecommunications, financing and banking among others, facilitating foreign investors’ engagement and raising their ownership stakes in domestic firms, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
More than one year after Vietnam eased restrictions on foreign property ownership laws, the lack of crucial guidelines is proving to be a major challenge for developers on the hunt for foreign buyers.
The numbers cast doubt on whether the industry, set to soon benefit from eased restrictions, has been as lucrative as many have thought.
(VOV) - The US Department of State has recently released its annual reports on the human rights situation in many countries around the world, including Vietnam.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has issued regulations on restricting the use of foreign currency in the country.
Banks wanting to list shares on the nation's stock exchange will be required to satisfy tighter requirements on bank management, under a Circular issued by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).