From the beginning of July, residents from a number of countries worldwide will be allowed to enter Việt Nam using e-visas.
The practice, an intangible cultural heritage of humanity recognised by UNESCO and an essential part in the spiritual life of ethnic groups in Việt Nam, is familiar to local people.
The Ministry of Transport will bring to a close the pilot scheme for electronic contract-based passenger transportation, popularly known as ride-hailing services, on March 31.
Property industry insiders said the State Bank of Việt Nam’s decision to tighten credit would mean pain in the short term for developers but help the sector develop sustainably over the long term.
Trần Lan Phương, deputy director of the Việt Nam Bank for Social Policies, talks to Nông Thôn Ngày Nay (Countryside Today) online newspaper about the bank’s big achievements last year.
Strict drink drive laws have left some small businesses feeling the pinch, with many claiming customers are shunning bia hơi fearing they will fall foul of the tough, new regulations.