Việt Nam plans to develop a low-carbon economy and include climate-change resistance work in its updated Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) for the Paris climate accords.
The government will offer all possible support to businesses, start-ups and create jobs for workers, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has said.
HCM City Party Committee Secretary Nguyễn Thiện Nhân has urged the city to focus on the role of the private sector and continue to improve competitiveness and administrative reform.
The Embassy of Israel in Việt Nam on Wednesday handed out 15 wheelchairs to children with disabilities who are being treated at the Orthopedics & Rehabilitation Hospital in HCM City.
Coastal central Quảng Trị Province is paying attention to labour export to address challenges faced by locals who suffered from the consequences of last year’s environmental incident.
The Ministry of Transport has asked ride haling platforms Uber and Grab to stop providing carpooling services.
High import taxes on auto components and parts, packaging and logistics expenses are major reasons behind locally-assembled cars costing 10-20 per cent higher than imports from Thailand and Indonesia.
HCM City will send 12 badminton players and two coaches to Thailand for a short training course in an attempt to find new talent.
Quảng Nam’s goal in the dying minutes forced Sông Lam Nghệ An into a 3-3 draw in the 15th round of the V. League yesterday, at the Tam Kỳ Stadium.
Landslides hit two districts of the southernmost province of Cà Mau on Tuesday, damaging four households and incurring losses of some VNĐ700 million (US$30,800).