A competition to design a logo commemorating the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Việt Nam has been launched in Hà Nội.
The Australian Embassy will tomorrow (15 Aug) begin accepting applications for its Direct Aid Programme (DAP) grant round 2017-18 for projects in northern Việt Nam which covers provinces north of, and including, the central province of Thừa Thiên Huế.
Vietnamese dragon fruit is being exported to 40 countries and territories, such as China, Thailand and Indonesia, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
A forum was held in Hà Nội on Tuesday with a view to providing Australia with an insight into the real situation of Việt Nam’s energy industry.
A forum was held in Hà Nội yesterday to provide Australia an insight into Việt Nam’s energy industry and to help domestic firms explore the possibility of co-operation with Australian partners.
A video competition, titled Australia-Unlocking potential, has been launched for students studying in Australia and Australian alumni in Việt Nam.
Australia will provide AU$25 million (US$18.7 million) to the World Bank over the next four years as part of a joint effort to help Việt Nam realise its economic development plan.
The Australia and Việt Nam governments on Friday held their High-Level Consultations on Development Cooperation to discuss results of their long-term development co-operation and the importance of its transformation into an economic partnership.
A new partnership to benefit 45,000 Vietnamese factory workers has been launched between Marie Stopes International, the Pou Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd and the Australian Government.
Australia and Việt Nam have started a reciprocal work and holiday visa programme from March 1.