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More banks accept online tax payments

Update: June, 09/2015 - 08:59
The Ministry of Finance's General Department of Taxation has signed cooperative agreements with eight commercial banks to offer electronic tax payments for residents.

The service will help people simplify procedures and save time. It will also include information about tax payment schedules.

Sixty-three provinces and cities offer online tax payment services, with the participation of 12 commercial banks. More than 12,000 enterprises have registered for the services, with a total of VND25 trillion (US$1.16 billion) in taxes collected for the State budget.

Sai Gon Giai Phong (Sai Gon Liberated)

Women's Union fights dengue fever

The Viet Nam Women's Union signed an agreement with Fumakilla Viet Nam's Jumbo Vape brand to carry out the 5th Let's Say No To Dengue Fever programme to protect communities.

According to the Ministry of Health, the country has had more than 10,000 cases of dengue fever this year. The number in the south rose by 35 percent compared to the same period last year.

Tin Tuc (News)

Water sources expanded in HCM City

An additional 27,775 households in HCM City had access to clean water as of the end of May, raising the total number of local households with running water to 1,523,600.

At least 81.3 per cent of total households in the city now have tap water, Nguyen Thanh Chung, director of the HCM City Department of Transport, said.

To ensure clean water supply for all households in HCM City, the city will invest in Tan Hiep 2, Kenh Dong 2 and Thu Duc 4 water plants in 2016, 2018 and 2019, respectively.

The new facilities are designed to supply an additional 850,000 cu.m of clean water per day and increase the city's total water supply capacity to 2.95 million cu.m per day.

The implementation of water supply projects in districts 8, 9, 12 and Hoc Mon is progressing well, according to local authorities. However, water supply stations in the outlying districts of Cu Chi could fall behind schedule because of prolonged bidding procedures.

Saigon Times Daily

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