Delayed social insurance payments are a burden on the Viet Nam Social Insurance Fund, Hoang Van Dung, vice chairman of the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce, told Thoi bao Ngan hang (Banking Times).
Hoang Lam, director of the Quality Assurance and Safety Centre (Quatest 3), discusses the importance of the Mandatory Motorcycle Helmet Law with Ha Noi Moi (New Ha Noi) newspaper.
Vu Van Hoa, Deputy Rector of Ha Noi University of Business and Technology, explains a set of recently proposed criteria for ranking universities to Tien Phong (Vanguard) newspaper.
SMEs need to know about trade deals, Vice-Chairman and Secretary General of the Viet Nam Association for small and medium enterprises To Hoai Nam told Hai Quan (Customs) newspaper.
The building of an airport in Long Thanh will reduce pressure on Tan Son Nhat Airport, Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Hong Truong told Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Viet Nam Economic Times) Newspaper.
Last week, Viet Nam News asked readers to share their thoughts about a draft decree from the Ministry of Industry and Trade to require bars and street shops to serve beer at a temperature below 30 degrees Celsius. The move aims to protect beer lovers' health. Here are some readers' comments:
Smartcards and e-tickets are set to become the norm, Nguyen Hoang Hai, Director of the Ha Noi Urban Transport Management and Operation Centre (TRAMOC) tells the Ha Noi Moi (New Ha Noi) Newspaper .
People don't have the responsibility to cover for bad debts created by enterprises, economist Nguyen Minh Phong spoke to the Khoa Hoc &Doi song (Science and Life) newspaper.
Attacks on forest rangers are increasing, Inspection and Legislation Division director under the MARD's Ranger Department Nguyen Xuan Thang tells Nong thon Ngay nay (Countryside Today).
Bui Van Mai, Secretary General of the Viet Nam Association of Accountants and Auditors, discusses the responsibilities of liquidators with the Viet Nam Economic Times.
Last week, Viet Nam News asked readers for their thoughts about Ha Noi as the capital celebrates the 60th anniversary of its Liberation Day on October 10, 1954.
Give us the straight goods on fruits we eat 1   

Most people have heard of imported fruit that stays firm for five to nine months without a trace of rotting. The stories have led to a swirl of contradictory statements from authorities and experts.

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.

Tax not the solution to online gaming issue

A 10 per cent tax on the online gaming industry recently proposed by the Ministry of Finance aims to address the connection between the increase in gaming addiction and game-related crimes among youngsters by charging them more to fuel their addiction.

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Tan Son Nhat Airport on verge of overloading 1    Tan Son Nhat Airport on verge of overloading

HCM City's Tan Son Nhat Airport will be stretched beyond capacity in the next two years, making construction of the new Long Thanh airport in Dong Nai Province more urgent than ever, experts warn.

BIDV teams up with Japanese banks to facilitate investment BIDV teams up with Japanese banks to facilitate investment

The Bank for Investment and Development of Viet Nam (BIDV) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with two Japanese banks, namely Minato Bank and the Bank of Yokohama (BOY).

Capital to host biotechnology fair Capital to host biotechnology fair

A three-day fair on technology and biological equipment will take place in the capital on October 21 organised by the National Agency for Science and Information Technology.

Rhino horn demand falls after campaign Rhino horn demand falls after campaign

Vietnamese demand for rhinoceros horns decreased by 38 per cent within a year after a campaign was launched against the practice.

My Lai survivor writes book My Lai survivor writes book

Pham Thanh Cong, 57, was one of only a dozen survivors of 1968's infamous My Lai massacre. More than four decades later, he has written a book about the mass murder, in which American soldiers killed 504 unarmed civilians.