VOV.VN - Despite a series of serious crashes in the past two months, traffic deaths fell in Vietnam when compared against the same period last year as the government continued to focus on improving road safety.
Vu Huy Hoang was stripped of the title as former Minister of Industry and Trade in the 2011-2016 tenure due to his violations in personnel work.
The Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission has looked into violations allegedly committed by some Party officials during the recent ninth session.
Numerous violations have been detected during the implementation of the land lease contract of Vietnam Hanoi Phoenix Golf Resort (Phoenix Golf Resort), which was invested by Charmvit Group from the Republic of Korea.
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has ordered ministries to constantly review laws and regulations on trading to consolidate the legal framework for the fight against fake goods.
The Party Central Committee’s Secretariat held a meeting in Hanoi on November 2 to discuss disciplinary measures for the Party Delegation to the Ministry of Industry and Trade in the 2011-2016 tenure and its former Secretary Vu Huy Hoang.
The Hanoi Police Department has commenced criminal proceedings against violations of regulations on fire prevention and fight at a karaoke bar in Hanoi.
Five foreign insurance companies providing life and non-life insurance as well as insurance broking have been discovered to be committing a set of violations.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has requested that serious and complex corruption cases must be investigated, prosecuted and brought to trial as soon as possible.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade will accelerate the completion of management policies and documents to tighten multi-level marketing regulations while limiting licensing for the activity, said minister Tran Tuan Anh.
Beware DUI drivers: driving your motorbike after downing a few beers might cost you US$800, in accordance with a new law stipulating stricter penalties for drunk drivers that came into effect this month.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs has urged local authorities to increase inspections and punish all establishments using child labour or forced labour. They are to report their findings by November 15.
The infringement of intellectual property (IP), manufacturing and trading of counterfeit goods in Vietnam has become increasingly complicated with more sophisticated tricks being employed. Yet, most violations were punished with administrative penalties.
The Ministry of Health’s Inspectorate has fined Coca-Cola Vietnam VND433 million (roughly US$19,400) for violating food safety regulations, according to Nguyen Van Nhien, the ministry’s Deputy Chief Inspector.
Tourism inspectors in Ho Chi Minh City have fined more than 130 travel and hospitality firms a total of 2 billion VND (89,300 USD) for various violations, according to the city Department of Tourism.
A seminar was held in Hanoi on July 19 to seek solutions to dealing with the influx of tourist arrivals in Hanoi, particularly those from China.
A photo exhibition on the East Sea was held in Seoul, the Republic of Korea (RoK), on July 10 as part of the second Vietnam Culture Day in the country.
A number of travel firms that exclusively serve Chinese tourists in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa have been found violating many regulations in the first half of this year.
The steel unit of Taiwan's Formosa Plastics Group in the north-central Vietnamese province of Ha Tinh has been placed under close scrutiny from anti-transfer pricing and tax evasion agencies, following a number of repeated tax violations.
VOV.VN - The spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights made inaccurate and false remarks at recent gatherings in Hanoi and HCM city under the pretext of environmental protection following the mass deaths of fish along Vietnam’s central coast.