VOV.VN - The National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee opened its 46th meeting in Hanoi on July 13, which will give opinions on a range of important issues under the chair of NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan.
The State Audit Office of Vietnam handled over 72.8 trillion VND (3.1 billion USD) as of the last day of last year, heard a conference in Hanoi on January 8.
The National Assembly discussed the draft law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law on Organisation of Government and the Law on Organisation of Local Governments in the morning of October 25, the fifth working day of the NA’s 8th session.
The Ho Chi Minh City authorities have asked for permission from the Prime Minister to create favourable conditions for investors in the city’s Thu Thiem new urban area in District 2 to ensure continued construction progress.
Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong had a working session with the State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) in Hanoi on July 18 to review its recent performance and issues on use and management of public property.
The State Audit is one of the direct agencies responsible for detecting and handling corruption, Deputy Auditor General Dang The Vinh said at a workshop in Hanoi on April 11.
Auditor General of the State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV) Ho Duc Phoc has signed a decision on the framework programme for implementing the SAV’s role as Chair of the Asian Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI) for the 2018-2021 term.
The State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) has carried out 222 audits out of total 232, equivalent to 95.7% of its yearly plan, recovering nearly VND8.4 trillion (US$360.5 million) for the State budget in the last nine months.
The State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) will audit 25 State-owned enterprises and financial organisations in 2019. They include the State Bank of Vietnam, 21 economic groups and corporations and three banks and credit institutions.
Taking the role as the Chair of the Asian Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI) for 2018-2021 tenure is a vivid illustration for the growth of the State Audit of Vietnam (SAV), participants said on the sidelines of the 52nd meeting of the ASOSAI Governing Board on September 18.
The IT system has become an integral part of the State audit’s operation, covering its key aspects of survey, report and statistics, affirmed Deputy Auditor General Doan XuanTien.
The State Audit has shown strong performance in auditing the restructuring of State-owned enterprises (SOE) since it involved in the work in 2011, with better results through years, contributing to making the national financial sector healthier.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese Party and government have resolutely directed the fight against corruption. Achieved results have hit back at hostile forces’ attempts to sabotage Vietnam with misinformation.
Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has emphasised the need to change policies and mechanisms to encourage businesses to participate in national, regional and global supply chains.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has promised that it would continue to work closely with the Vietnamese government and universities to achieve its objective of helping to drive the growth of finance and accounting professionals in Vietnam.
The State Audit of Vietnam has requested the Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation (Sabeco) pay to the State budget nearly VND2.5 trillion (US$110.9 million) worth of dividends, taken from the brewer’s undistributed profit for the period prior to 2016.
With the hosting of the 14th Assembly of the Asian Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI) this September, the State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) will become Chairman of ASOSAI for 2018-2021, which is set to bring both opportunities and challenges to a young agency like the SAV.
Audits by the State have found serious mismanagement of urban land worth more than VND8.3 trillion (US$368.8 million) at seven localities between 2013 and 2016.
More than 96% of SOEs slated for equitization have been equitized, but only 8% of the state’s capital has been transferred to the private sector.
Medical equipment and machinery used in hospitals across Vietnam require significant upgrades, and the management for these expensive devices is currently lacking.