A high-ranking delegation of the Australian House of Representatives, led by its Speaker Tony Smith, will pay an official visit to Việt Nam next week.
The prevention of food poisoning and food-borne diseases has been implemented drastically and showed positive results, proven by the decrease on food poisoning cases in the first six months of this year, a conference heard yesterday.
On behalf of the people of Việt Nam, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday transferred US$100,000 to victims of the recent Japan floods.
The HCM City People’s Committee has petitioned the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to restrict the granting of new licences to exploit groundwater.
Rainstorm continues to douse the northern region since last night throughout the weekend’s morning, causing widespread flooding.
A building complex being illegally constructed in Yên Bái Commune in the mountainous district of Ba Vì was knocked down yesterday, only two months before its expected completion date.
Many newly built infrastructure works in HCM City have deteriorated quickly due to frequent tinkering with design and poor quality of work, experts have said.
Hiring expansion remains robust this year in Việt Nam, though not as high as 2017, speakers said yesterday at a press conference held in HCM City.
Suboi, Việt Nam’s queen of hip hop, on Thursday introduced her new single N-Sao? on Beats 1, a music radio station owned and operated by Apple Inc.
Saigon Securities Inc (SSI) and HCM City Securities Corporation (HSC) have reported better profits in the second quarter and first half of 2018 despite volatile stocks that have dampened the performance of most of listed securities firms.