The nascent robot industry in Việt Nam is poised for rapid growth in the coming two decades, Vietnamese and Korean experts in the field say.
Education, health care and housing are all essential needs. The Vietnamese Government has focused on housing policy over the last decade, in particular building cheap apartments or reconstructing old or deteriorating houses. Thời báo Kinh tế Việt Nam (Việt Nam Economic Times) newspaper talks to some experts on how to address increasing housing demand.
Professor Doctor Vũ Trọng Hồng, former deputy minister of agriculture and rural development, argues that the country’s recent experiences with natural calamities wre caused in part by a failure to link the national strategy on economic development with a plan to prevent environmental disasters.
Gender inequality in ethnic minorities is seen in different fields, including economy, labour, education, training and healthcare.
The failure to detect cancer early, compounded by the lack of insurance for such detection, has led to a high cancer death rate in Việt Nam.
More than 300 local and international health experts shared scientific research and experience on cancer diagnosis and treatment at an international conference on cancer control that began in Hà Nội today.
Việt Nam needs a national strategy to combine environmental protection with socio-economic development policies.
Việt Nam has significant room to promote inclusive finance, given 70 per cent of its population is living in rural areas and many are locked out of the conventional banking system due to low income, experts have said.
The National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) yesterday discussed the Government’s draft decree on managing and using State funds for external affairs.
Vaccine coverage against the human papilloma virus (HPV) should be expanded to help reduce new incidences of cervical cancer, experts said at an APEC meeting.