Viet Nam bids an emotional farewell to Fidel
Fidel Castro a symbol of VN-Cuba friendship
Protect sea environment to protect sea tourism
ADB support vital to Việt Nam’s rapid development: PM
Deputy PM urges better flood response
Blaze destroys 800 sq.m. workshop in Hà Nội this morning
N. Korea artillery drill targets South, Seoul unveils sanctions
Great Barrier Reef ’not dying’, Australia insists
New Zealand has committed to continuing its official development assistance (ODA) for Việt Nam, especially in education, human resources, agriculture and rural development, and climate change response.
The private sector is crucial to building a standardised vocational training system by 2020, thus improving the quality of human resources to regional and world standards, heard a conference in Hà Nội yesterday.
Network attacks in Việt Nam have become more sophisticated with rises in scale, number and quality, especially those targeting big businesses, said Nguyễn Thành Hưng, deputy minister of Information and Communication.
The first Vietnamese professional minority ethnic dancing contest was held last week in Hà Nội.
Nguyễn Hữu Thắng and his players are expected to overcome Việt Nam’s misfortune of losing in the semi-finals at previous editions after being on top in the group round at the ASEAN Football Federation Cup.
Experts, business representatives and authorities gathered in Hà Nội yesterday at a workshop jointly organised by the Ministry of Construction and the Danish Embassy to Việt Nam to seek ways to promote energy-efficient construction.
Restaurant in downtown Ha Noi a VIP favourite