Construction investors are often totally indifferent to the storm of dust, construction waste and general filth their projects unleash on the general public. The Ministry of Construction has taken an action as drastic as the neglect of these investors and their greedy firms.
After stopping car exports to Việt Nam for more than a month, Japanese auto giant Honda Motor suddenly decided to import around 2,000 vehicles from Thailand in early March.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) and the Ministry of Transport (MOT) have agreed to work more closely together to protect the environment and cope with climate change in the field of transportation during the 2018-21 period.
Property developer FLC Group, which owns Việt Bamboo Airlines Company Limited (Bamboo Airways), will buy 24 A321NEO aircrafts worth US$3 billion from French manufacturer Airbus.
Over 2,000 Honda cars from Thailand—the first batches of cars to enjoy zero per cent import duty under the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA)—have been imported to Việt Nam.
Automobile imports in Việt Nam plummeted in the first month of 2018, also the time before Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has asked the Ministry of Finance to remove the special consumption tax for locally-manufactured auto parts.
Petrol smuggling and trade fraud continues to be a big problem in Viet Nam, with several cases of fake and poor quality gasoline discovered by Government agencies.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has approved a project that would build a national database of waste resources, helping authorised agencies better control the discharge of waste nationwide.
Since Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) seized Sài Gòn One Tower using the authority conferred on it by Resolution 42 on settling bad debts, several banks have followed suit and offered mortgaged assets for sale to help pay their bad debts.