Yoshiteru Uramoto, International Labour Organisation Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, writes on how the ASEAN Economic Community will affect the region.
Chairman of the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) Vu Tien Loc told Dau Tu (Vietnam Investment Review) Newspaper that progress was being made on administrative reforms.
Poor enforcement of aviation regulations has reached an alarming level, Vo Huy Cuong, deputy director of the Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam, told Hai quan (Customs) Newspaper.
Deputy Director of the Central Institute for Economic Research and Management Vo Tri Thanh spoke with Nong thon ngay nay (Countryside Today) newspaper about obstacles to high-tech agriculture.
Ao Dai to Gao Lut: India meets Vietnam for stronger trade cooperation
India and Viet Nam has shared cherished friendship for last five decades or so. With tradition of frequent high level visits between two countries, the bilateral relation between two countries have time tested with a strong political relationship.
Viet Nam has to learn from other countries in producing high-yield plant seeds, vice chairman of the Viet Nam Seed Trade Association Le Quoc Hung told newspaper Nong thon Ngay nay (Countryside Today).
Director of the Ha Noi Department for Information and Communications Phan Lan Tu talked to Kinh te&Do thi (Economic and Urban Affairs) newspaper about IT application.
Last summer, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation promoted the consumption of insects as low-fat and high-protein snacks that could help ease hunger and protect the environment.
Enterprises need Government support to restore production and develop, To Hoai Nam, vice chairman of the Viet Nam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises, told Hai quan (Customs) newspaper.
The construction material industry should be promoting exports, director of the Department of Construction Materials Le Van Toi told Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Viet Nam Economic Times).
Cao Anh Dung, deputy director of the General Department of Industrial Safety Technique and Environment Agency, discussed the current policies on hydropower dams with Nhan dan (People's Daily) Newspaper.
Do public servants need helipads? 1   

When a US$700 million administration centre in southern province of Binh Duong opened in February, it was hailed as the most expensive workplace for public servants in Viet Nam.

You Asked ( 21-05-2013)

Dear Editor,There is a rule that decrees a foreigner visiting Viet Nam on a tourist visa cannot legally rent a house and must stay in a hotel.

Experts discuss minimum wage increase

The region-based minimum wage in Viet Nam would increase by 15.1 per cent starting next year under a proposal that the National Wage Council recently submitted to the Government.

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President leads tribute to war hero who stood up to colonialism 1    President leads tribute to war hero who stood up to colonialism

President Truong Tan Sang yesterday attended a ceremony marking the 150th anniversary of the death of Truong Dinh, a national hero in the war against the French, in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang.

Viet Nam topple Japan in int'l Robocon finals Viet Nam topple Japan in int'l Robocon finals

The Lac Hong University Robocon team yesterday triumphed over their Japanese rival to take out this year's International Robocon contest in Pune, India.

How to eat to beat the heat: lessons from Asian tradition 2    How to eat to beat the heat: lessons from Asian tradition

At a recent English conversation get-together, I chose the topic - How to beat the heat? I also chose a second topic - Ways to calm down when one gets hot-headed.

Government refuses to give preferential policies to Vinalines in debt restructuring Government refuses to give preferential policies to Vinalines in debt restructuring

The Vietnamese Government will not make any preferential policies to support the Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) during its restructuring plan.

Vietnamese lions to roar again Vietnamese lions to roar again

In the near future, foreign-style stone lions with fierce looks, large paws and sharp teeth are expected to be removed from relics, pagodas and temples throughout the country.