The central city of Da Nang will step up cooperation with its Japanese partners to promote investment, trade, tourism, education and cultural exchanges with the Japanese side, a municipal leader has said.
Chairman of the lower house of the Parliament of Kazakhstan Nurlan Nigmatulin and his entourage paid a working trip to the central coastal city of Da Nang on November 15 as part of their official visit to Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Laos’ National Assembly Vice Chairman Bounpone Bouttanavong made a working visit to the central coastal city of Danang on August 21, as part of his August 19-24 trip to Vietnam.
The central city of Da Nang aims to accelerate economic growth from 7.68 percent to 12 percent, while more drastic measures and administrative reforms are needed to turn the city into an as a destination to investment and tourism.
In 2019, the central city of Da Nang will strive to improve investment and business climate, ease difficulties facing the firms and create favourable conditions for their development, according to Da Nang authorities.
VOV.VN -Indian President Ram Nath Kovind and his wife touched down at Danang International Airport on the afternoon of November 18, starting their official visit to Vietnam at the invitation of Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong.
As foreign direct investment (FDI) capital has been a major driver for development in the central coastal city of Da Nang, the city is working to attract more FDI.
Secretary of Da Nang city Party Committee Truong Quang Nghia led a delegation to visit Cuba from August 28-30 to look for new cooperation opportunities, and foster the traditional relations between the two countries.
The National Assembly (NA) voted on the appointment of new Minister of Transport and Government Inspector General via secret ballot at its ongoing fourth session on the morning of October 26.
VOV.VN - The National Assembly (NA) on October 25 relieved Truong Quang Nghia of the post of Minister of Transport and Phan Van Sau of the post of Government Inspector General as part of the legislature's ongoing fourth session in Hanoi.
A ceremony was held in central Da Nang city on October 21 to celebrate the 50th founding anniversary of the Party Committee of the former Quang Da Special Zone, now Quang Nam province and Da Nang city.
Member of the Party Central Committee and Transport Minister Truong Quang Nghia will take the position of Secretary of the Da Nang municipal Party Committee for the 2015-2020 tenure.
In addition to the wave of investments in the banking and finance sector from financial institutions in Japan, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and the US, there will be a marked presence of South Korean banks in the Vietnamese market in the near future, observers forecast.
The Ministry of Transport has no plan to change the current regulations on airfares, Minister Truong Quang Nghia has confirmed.
Minister of Transport Truong Quang Nghia has announced that State management towards Uber solely aims to ensure that the transportation company’s operations in Vietnam comply with regulations.
The Government has limited to 89 the number of additional aircraft that four domestic carriers can purchase by the year 2020.
Legislators at the 13th NA debated the draft revised Railway Law on November 18, with the majority of them agreeing on the need to make adjustments to the law to tackle railway sector’s problems, especially its underdeveloped infrastructure.
The central province of Quang Nam will continue to inject more than VND1 trillion (US$45 million) from the central and local budgets into expanding and connecting roads with the Danang – Quang Ngai expressway to local industrial parks and key economic zones.
The Ministry of Transport has submitted a draft decree on conditional business lines. According to the draft, a new airline must have capital of at least VND100 billion (US$4.66 million).
The Vietnamese transport minister and the Cuban construction minister had talks in Hanoi on June 13 to review transport cooperation and map out collaboration directions for the time ahead.