Việt Nam is set to master the production technology of 10 vaccines used for humans and be capable of producing at least three by 2025, according to a national sci-tech programme on human vaccine production research by 2030, recently approved by Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam.
Việt Nam needs advanced training and retraining for human resources to meet the demand of the economy in the digital era, and adapting to the post-COVID-19 "new normal", said Nguyễn Duy Đông, deputy minister of Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI).
The sale of Vietnamese cement products reached 70.7 million tonnes over the past eight months of 2021, up 4 per cent year-on-year amid the COVID-19 pandemic which had negative impacts on many other industries.
With tropical weather and diverse ecosystems, Việt Nam is rich in spices, including many very special and popular flavours such as cinnamon, anise, pepper, cardamom, cashew and chili.
The Australian Government has announced a grant of nearly A$1.4 million (around US$1 million) for four Vietnamese high-tech application projects in the field of digital transformation, through the Aus4Innovation Programme.