Transport companies are adding more vehicles for the upcoming Liberation and May Day holidays, with coach fares for long trips from HCM City to other localities expected to increase by 30-40 per cent.
HCM City saw a decrease in the number of strikes last year compared to 2015 thanks to a project on labour relations that began in 2014, according to the city’s Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
At least four people were killed and two injured when a north-south train crashed into a vehicle on Monday afternoon in the southern province of Bình Định in Tuy Phước District.
Vietcombank and Indovina Bank have signed an agreement with Văn Phú Bắc Ái JSC to provide VNĐ1.46 trillion (US$64.32 million) to finance construction of a section of HCM City’s Ring Road No 2.
A group of 11 international bloggers from England, Germany, France and Italy, as well as Japan, Singapore, Indonesia and Taiwan has arrived in Việt Nam to promote the country’s tourism.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has given permission to enterprises to import 89,500 tonnes of sugar by conducting an auction this year.
Police in the southern Tây Ninh Province have arrested a person in connection with a case of illegal cross-border money transportation, valued at more than US$400,000 (VNĐ9 billion), from Cambodia to Việt Nam.
The Investigation Police Bureau for Economic Management Order Offences under Public Security Minister has decided to prosecute and detain Nguyễn Thị Kim Xuyến, Đông Á Joint Stock Commercial Bank former deputy general director.
Việt Nam’s stock market outlook will likely remain negative this week as a lack of supporting business information and potential global risks drive investor confidence down, according to analysts.