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Weaknesses hinder SOE restructuring process

Weaknesses hinder SOE restructuring process

VOV.VN - The restructuring of State-owned enterprises remains sluggish and may fail to fulfill many key targets set for the end of 2020 due to shortcomings in both institutions and laws, reported by the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM).

Logistics enterprises, schools work to close skills gap

Logistics enterprises, schools work to close skills gap

With e-commerce and automation changing the landscape of the logistics sector dramatically, there will be a focus on re-skilling the existing workforce in technology, which will improve the competitiveness of the logistics industry.

NA questions minister on measures to support ethnic minority groups

NA questions minister on measures to support ethnic minority groups

Shortcomings in implementing policies on ethnic minority groups and sustainable poverty reduction heated up the Q&A session for Minister-Chairman of the Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs Do Van Chien at the National Assembly Standing Committee’s ongoing 26th session on August 13.

PM gives warning to Da Nang chairman on violations

PM gives warning to Da Nang chairman on violations

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has given a warning to Chairman of the Da Nang municipal People’s Committee Huynh Duc Tho as he was recently found to have committed violations and shortcomings.

Construction Minister acknowledges flaws in urban planning

Construction Minister acknowledges flaws in urban planning

Minister of Construction Tran Hong Ha admitted that there remain many shortcomings in urban planning while fielding questions raised by National Assembly (NA) deputies at the ongoing 13th session of the NA Standing Committee on August 16.

Tourism sector to work hard to fix shortcomings

Tourism sector to work hard to fix shortcomings

The tourism sector will do its utmost to create a breakthrough development and fix shortcomings towards a healthy tourism environment, said General Director of the Vietnam National Tourism Administration (VNAT) Nguyen Van Tuan.

Review of Vietnam’s heritage management

Review of Vietnam’s heritage management

(VOV) -Delegates raised concerns over shortcomings in Vietnam’s management of world cultural and natural heritage sites, at a seminar hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s Cultural Heritage Department on May 23.

Education Minister: It’s time to make a change

Education Minister: It’s time to make a change

(VOV) - Education Minister Pham Vu Luan has stressed the sector needs a dramatic change in its management and examination systems to live up to the public’s expectations and serve as the infrastructure for national development.

Deputy PM asks for reform acceleration

Deputy PM asks for reform acceleration

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called for stronger administrative reform efforts in investment, construction and land, creating favourable conditions for both locals and enterprises.

Monetary policy shortcomings

Monetary policy shortcomings

(VOV) -Despite lower interest rates, strongly credit growth was mostly seen in the last months of 2013, proving that capital flow has yet to take effect.

State President’s New Year greetings

State President’s New Year greetings

(VOV) - In his Lunar New Year message, State President Truong Tan Sang has called on all Vietnamese citizens to unite to help the country overcome difficulties and move forward.

Over 15,460 businesses go bankrupt

Over 15,460 businesses go bankrupt

(VOV) - More than 15,460 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have gone bankrupt since the beginning of 2012 according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s (MoIT) latest statistics.

124 radio programs awarded at national festival

124 radio programs awarded at national festival

The organisers of the National Radio Festival on June 15 presented 16 first, 32 second and 76 third prizes to the best programs, acknowledging their contributions to the broadcasting industry.

Northwestern region aims for stable growth

The northwestern region posted a high and stable economic growth with people’s living standards improved and the number of poor households rapidly decreasing in 2011, said Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.