The Ministry of Construction has announced a decision to inspect the sale of State-owned houses in Ha Noi following the Government's Decree 61. The inspection team will evaluate administrative procedures, purchasing documents and procedures on house ownership certificate issuance and the management of the State-owned-house fund.
Based on inspection results, the ministry will map out measures to enhance the sale of State-owned houses in accordance with the decree. Meanwhile, it may propose new regulations on housing management. Following the decree issuance, about 90 per cent of State-owned houses in Ha Noi were sold to residents, with 7,000 house ownership certificates issued.
Nhan Dan (THE PEOPLE)
Mixed results for HCM City economy overhaul
The HCM City's support programme for restructuring of economy has not been carried out well, with many projects falling behind schedule, said Le Manh Ha, deputy chairman of the HCM City People's Committee. It needs to have new policies, he added.
The city plans to strengthen appraisal of technology in each project before granting an investment licence.
Sai Gon Giai Phong (LIBERATED SAI GON)
Vietnamese businesses to study Indian market
The Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry will organise a business delegation to visit India from April 17-24 in a bid to support local businesses seeking opportunities in the market.
Businesses taking part in the trip will have a chance to attend an investment and trade promotion conference, hold business-to-business meetings, visit factories and work with organisations in India.
Thanh Nien YOUNG PEOPLE)