Investment law revision aims to draw more FDI

The National Assembly will pass the revised Investment Law this month. The new law aims to improve the business climate in Viet Nam by creating a clear, open and transparent environment for investors.

Investment law revision aims to draw more FDI

Investment law revision aims to draw more FDI

The National Assembly will pass the revised Investment Law this month. The new law aims to improve the business climate in Viet Nam by creating a clear, open and transparent environment for investors.

Education Ministry plan to rewrite textbooks divides NA legislators

The National Assembly discussed the draft project on textbook reform yesterday, the national holiday for teachers.

Education Ministry plan to rewrite textbooks divides NA legislators

Education Ministry plan to rewrite textbooks divides NA legislators

The National Assembly discussed the draft project on textbook reform yesterday, the national holiday for teachers.

Capital sky train project lags behind schedule

The Ha Noi urban sky train project is not likely to be completed before its December 31, 2015 deadline, the Railway Project Management Board admitted.

Capital sky train project lags behind schedule

Capital sky train project lags behind schedule

The Ha Noi urban sky train project is not likely to be completed before its December 31, 2015 deadline, the Railway Project Management Board admitted.

Applied art show opens in Ha Noi

The Museum of Fine Arts is displaying art pieces made from everyday objects across the nation at an exhibition in Ha Noi.

Applied art show opens in Ha Noi

Applied art show opens in Ha Noi

The Museum of Fine Arts is displaying art pieces made from everyday objects across the nation at an exhibition in Ha Noi.

VN criticises US duty on tra fish

VN criticises US duty on tra fish

The imposition of anti-dumping duties on frozen pangasius fillets imported from Viet Nam by the United States is unfair, Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Hai Binh said yesterday.
German Vice Chancellor visits Bosch vocational facility

German Vice Chancellor visits Bosch vocational facility

Sigmar Gabriel, German Vice Chancellor and Federal Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy, visited the Borsh vocational education facility in Dong Nai Province on Thursday.
US maintains duty on VN tra fish

US maintains duty on VN tra fish

The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to maintain its anti-dumping tax on tra fish fillets imported from Viet Nam for at least five more years.
Exhibition of heritage photos opens in Can Tho

Exhibition of heritage photos opens in Can Tho

Some 100 photos of Viet Nam and its people are on display at the third Heritage Photo Exhibition that opened on Wednesday at the City Museum in Can Tho.
Minh, Trang win titles at National Sport Games

Minh, Trang win titles at National Sport Games

HCM City's Nguyen Tien Minh and Vu Thi Trang won theNational Sports Games' badminton mens and womens singles titles respectively in Thai Binh City.
Water supplies in need of protection

Water supplies in need of protection

Water utilities in Viet Nam, particularly in the Mekong Delta, must take pro-active action to safeguard the sustainability of future public water-supply services, as climate change is affecting water production, experts said at an international seminar held in Can Tho this week.

Your Say

Share with us the pros and cons of the upcoming "Facebook at Work"

Facebook is preparing Facebook at Work - a website that allows users to chat with colleagues, network with other professionals and collaborate on documents. It is Facebook's attempt at competing with other professional social-media sites such as LinkedIn, according to a Financial Times article published on November 16.

Op-ed

Attitude adjustment needed in multiple sectors 1   

Last week, top transport ministry and aviation officials confessed that services at Noi Bai airport in Ha Noi and Tan Son Nhat airport in HCM City were often poor and promised to make improvements.

Travel

Son My Sanctuary provides stark reminder of My Lai's tragic history

Situated 13km northeast of Quang Ngai City and in the centre of Tinh Khe commune, the Son My Sanctuary revisits the tragic My Lai massacre, memorialising wounds still raw after four decades.

Expat Corner

British expat to reach his peak on Ba Vi Mountain challenge

Viet Nam's capital city was just one of the destinations on David Lloyd's original itinerary, although he and his wife thought they would stay for about nine months soon after they got married.
Escaping a fate that's worse than death Escaping a fate that's worse than death

The most rewarding illegal trade after drugs and weapons, human trafficking flourishes in the fertile soil of poverty and ignorance. A mere law and order approach cannot solve this problem, experts say.