One of the most striking contrasts is how patient the Vietnamese have been as a people in their struggle towards independence and prosperity, versus how they tend to behave as individual investors now.
The Politburo on Sunday announced its decision to issue a warning against Nguyễn Văn Bình, the former Governor of the State Bank of Việt Nam, for a range of offences that resulted in serious losses.
Two former executives of the State-run Bank for Investment and Development of Việt Nam (BIDV) received a total sentence of 14 years and six months behind bars for violations of banking regulations.
Industry 4.0 had brought with it a fresh wave of new technology that required new skills to use, and if Vietnamese educational institutions did not keep up with the times, Vietnamese workers were in danger of losing out at home, experts have said.
With the rise of the digital economy, big data, artificial intelligence and other applications, digital transformation and smart agriculture in rural areas are inevitable trends.
Nearly eight months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, more than 950,000 people have died from the disease. An estimated 400 million people, and disproportionately women, have lost their jobs.
The majority of National Assembly deputies agreed on the need to build a draft law on road traffic safety and order separate from the draft law on road traffic to reduce traffic accidents and tighten compliance with traffic laws.
Digital banks and neobanks are becoming two familiar terms in Viet Nam’s banking lexicon. In a digitising world, the two will be widely developed around the whole world and in Việt Nam. Việt Nam News’ Thu Ngân speaks to experts about the development of digital banks and neobanks in the country.
Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Lê Quân talks to Vietnamplus online newspaper about measures to keep workers employed amid difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic