The Government, parents and teachers are together responsible for protecting and educating children, helping them realise their hopes and aspirations, President Tran Dai Quang said on the anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneer Organisation (May 15).
The Ministry of Information and Communications has been working with the Ministry of Public Security to investigate violations by gaming companies.
The Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) on May 6 issued documents requesting strict compliance with the rules on ceiling USD deposit interest rate which is capped at 0% annually.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Indonesia on April 21 completed procedures to repatriate 36 Vietnamese fishermen who were arrested by local authorities.
Rival sides in Yemen's year-long conflict began a tentative truce overnight on April 10 saying they were committed to the halt in hostilities despite pockets of deadly fighting in the hours leading up to it.
VOV.VN - Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in the Republic of Korea on April 3 gathered in front of Busan Station near China Consulate General to stage a peaceful demonstration against China’s provocative actions in the East Sea.
Politburo member and Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) President Nguyen Thien Nhan has asked for more stringent punishments for companies dodging social insurance premiums for workers as the evasion is now at an alarming rate.
Hundreds of thousands of enterprises in Vietnam mat face lawsuits due to tough regulations on copyright protection stipulated in the Trans-pacific Partnership.
Experts have called for strengthening the management of food supplements to protect consumers from chaos in the food supplement market where about 50% of inspected products had violations.
Vietnam requests that Taiwan (China) immediately end its actions that violate Vietnam’s sovereignty and not to repeat such violations, said Vietnamese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Le Hai Binh on December 13.
Violations in farm and forestry land use are still common across the country in 2015, said the chairman of the National Assembly Council of Ethnic Affairs, Ksor Phuoc, on November 10 in a NA session.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities say they will fine a restaurant targeting foreign customers in the city downtown for making its waitresses work in bikinis.
The Prime Minister has instructed the Hanoi People’s Committee to continue steering a probe into organisations and individuals involved in the construction of the 8B Le Truc Street building, which reportedly houses more floors than permitted.
The Ministry of Information and Communication has fined a company VND60 million (US$2,600) for posting pirated movies and TV shows, including Hollywood blockbusters, on its streaming website, local media has recently reported.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc assigned the Ministry of Public Security to implement strict measures to crack down on traffic safety violations at an October 2 conference on traffic safety in the first nine months of the year.
(VOV) - Vietnam recorded as many as 11,179 traffic accidents in six months, from last December 16 to June 15, killing 4,478 people and injuring 10,149 others, according to the National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC).
President Truong Tan Sang met with officials of the Supreme People’s Procuracy in Hanoi on December 22, hailing the sector’s efforts to perform their duties, particularly in bringing major corruption cases to light.
Inspectors are examining all facilities processing bivalve mollusc products for export to European Union (EU) countries from November 24 to early December, the National Agriculture-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department (NAFIQAD) announced on November 20.