Some 500 contestants, winning prizes in grassroots-level information technology (IT) competitions in 29 districts and towns, took part in the 23rd Hà Nội IT Competition for Young People on Sunday.
Hanoi Buffaloes were crowned champions of the first Việt Nam Futsal League (VFL) after beating HCM City Wings in a penalty shootout on Sunday.
The Mekong Delta province of Đồng Tháp launched its rice varieties in the capital’s Hapromart on Saturday.
FLC group plans to open 40 local and international routes after its carrier, Bamboo Airways, becomes operational, said Đặng Tất Thắng, general director of the airline.
The Việt Nam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) presented the Sao Khuê Awards to 73 information and technology (IT) solutions and services and software products.
National Committee for Traffic Safety has ordered the Ministry of Education and Training to direct all schools nationwide to ban car parking in school premises or on pavements near schools.
Listed companies with positive second-quarter earning prospects, as well as high dividend payment, are likely to attract investors in the future, after the effect of the Q1 result has cooled.
The Bank for Investment and Development of Việt Nam (BIDV) has proposed a plan to its shareholders to increase its chartered capital this year by 28 per cent, compared to the end of 2017.
World Boxing Council Asia winner Trần Văn Thảo will compete against Artid Bamrungauea of Thailand in the 52kg class on April 27 in Bangkok.
Hà Nội FC remains the top team in the V.League, although they were tied 1-1 by Sài Gòn in a sixth round match on Sunday in the capital city.