HCM City’s tax revenues rose in the first two months of the year as the economy showed signs of recovery.
Auto businesses enjoyed positive annual earnings thanks to flourishing profits in the fourth quarter.
Deputy Prime Minister Lê Minh Khái has recently signed Decree No. 10/2022 on regulating registration fees. The decree will take effect from March 1 this year.
Motorists travelling on the Hà Nội-Hải Phòng Expressway will only be able to pay tolls using electronic means.
HCM City has been piloting a free-of-charge motorbike emission test to remove old and poor quality vehicles from the roads, reducing emissions into the air and improving environmental quality. However, there have been some bumps in the road.
Việt Nam has more than 170,000 trucks and nearly 53,000 coaches that are deemed past their shelf life and should not be driven, but most are still on the road.
The 50 per cent reduction of registration fee for domestically-assembled cars is considered a push to help the auto market grow in the next six months.
The domestic auto market is expected to continue growing in the remaining months of this year, according to experts, after expanding by up to 120 per cent in October.
Owners of motorbikes in Hà Nội can get free emission evaluation on their vehicles until November 30 as part of the city's scheme to assess the emission levels of operating vehicles so as to apply solutions to improve air quality.
Car sales in Việt Nam increased by 52 per cent last month after five consecutive months of decline, showing positive signs for the car market at the end of the year.
Electric cars are an irreversible trend in the auto industry and are expected to grow strongly. To take advantage of this, the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturing Association (VAMA) has outlined plans to develop the local electric car industry.
Ministry of National Defence’s Air Defence - Air Force is using two container trucks as mobile oxygen-production stations to meet oxygen demand of hospitals treating COVID-19 patients in HCM City.
The Hà Nội Department of Transport on Sunday issued a document requesting registration for employees to be allowed to transport essential goods for supermarket services and postal businesses by motorbikes.
Vice Chairman of the National Traffic Safety Committee Khuất Việt Hùng talks the Vietnam News Agency about proposals to the Government to promote green and environmentally friendly traffic in Việt Nam.