PM sees new options for Japan firms

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said Viet Nam had room for growth and could give Japanese firms new opportunities at a business forum held with the five Mekong Delta countries yesterday in Tokyo.

PM sees new options for Japan firms

PM sees new options for Japan firms

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said Viet Nam had room for growth and could give Japanese firms new opportunities at a business forum held with the five Mekong Delta countries yesterday in Tokyo.

Park wins 2nd UNESCO recognition

Central Viet Nam's Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park received its second UNESCO recognition yesterday.

Park wins 2nd UNESCO recognition

Park wins 2nd UNESCO recognition

Central Viet Nam's Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park received its second UNESCO recognition yesterday.

Deputy PM lauds tunnel project

Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai on Thursday visited the construction site of the Deo Ca Tunnel Project which will connect the two central provinces of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa.

Deputy PM lauds tunnel project

Deputy PM lauds tunnel project

Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai on Thursday visited the construction site of the Deo Ca Tunnel Project which will connect the two central provinces of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa.

Clinton photo epitomises 20 years of US-VN ties

A photo of former President Bill Clinton shaking hands with Vietnamese people taken by Tran Viet Dung has won the first prize at a contest.

Clinton photo epitomises 20 years of US-VN ties

Clinton photo epitomises 20 years of US-VN ties

A photo of former President Bill Clinton shaking hands with Vietnamese people taken by Tran Viet Dung has won the first prize at a contest.

Viet Nam, Cuba to bolster legislative ties

Viet Nam, Cuba to bolster legislative ties

President Truong Tan Sang held a meeting yesterday with head of the People's Supreme Court of Cuba Ruben Remigio Ferro, during which he said Viet Nam was willing to share its experiences and wanted to learn from Cuba's legislative sector.
Forestry sector climbs sharply in first half

Forestry sector climbs sharply in first half

The country's forestry sector grew by 8.3 per cent in the first six months of this year, its highest-ever growth rate for a half-year period.
Viet Nam, Latin America to expand trade

Viet Nam, Latin America to expand trade

Viet Nam and Latin American countries have supplementary business structures, which could help boost economic development.
Composer An Thuyen dies aged 65

Composer An Thuyen dies aged 65

Composer An Thuyen, who is well-known for his songs inspired by national folk music, died at 65 of a heart attack yesterday in Ha Noi.
Binh Duong out to defend league lead

Binh Duong out to defend league lead

Defending Becamex Binh Duong are expected to earn three points against archrivals Song Lam Nghe An (SLNA) at the 14th round of the second leg of Toyota V.League 1 today.
Douc langur to be shifted to rescue centre

Douc langur to be shifted to rescue centre

The central Quang Ngai Province's forest management department began legal procedures today to shift a grey-shanked douc langur to the northern Ninh Binh Province's Cuc Phuong Endangered Primate Rescue Centre.

Your Say

What would students in your countries do for good luck before important exams?

It's exam season in Viet Nam - high school students just finished their graduation exams.

Op-ed

Time to get serious about efficient investment

Following the National Assembly session in October 2014, there has been a lot of discussion on public debt management and the efficiency of public investment projects.

Travel

Mountainous embrace imparts secluded beauty to Eo Gio

After we arrived at Nhon Ly Village in Quy Nhon City for a three-day working trip last month, we were invited to visit Eo Gio beach, ensconced in a beautiful embrace by the mountains.

Expat Corner

Korean teacher beats heat, blues with inspired dance

Chun Yoo-oh's private and professional world – one of dance, choreography and teaching – took a dramatic turn when her husband accepted a job in HCM City as a branch manager for a major project 11 years ago.
    Recapturing a snapshot of history Recapturing a snapshot of history

    The crew of one of the tanks that broke through the gates of the Independence Palace in Sai Gon in 1975, and the journalist on hand to capture that historic moment, enjoyed a reunion recently. Hoang Trung Hieu reports.