State President Truong Tan Sang on November 27 held talks with Hungarian President Ader Janos on the occasion of the Hungarian President and his spouse’s official visit to Viet Nam from 26-29.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and Belarus’ President A.Lukashenko highlighted the importance of the cooperation in economics, trade and investment as they are regarded as the main pillars in the two nations’ relationship.
The National Assembly on November 26 adopted the revised Laws on Enterprises and Investment which are expected to give a strong boost to the country's business environment.
The Viettel Group's withdrawal from its planned purchase of Orange's 70-per cent stake in Telkom Kenya has left the East African country's telecommunications market in a state of disarray.
Intel is gearing up for the completion of its CPU production line at its Ho Chi Minh City-based assembly and testing plant by the end of November, according to CEO of Intel Products Vietnam Sherry Boger.
Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, said it would recall some 57,000 vehicles globally - about 40,000 units in Japan and some 17,000 overseas - while subsidiary Daihatsu would recall about 27,500 vehicles in Japan.
Vietnamese people still find it hard to buy a house due to their very low salaries, even though the property prices are not high, said Nguyen Tran Nam, deputy minister of construction.
Stocks fell away yesterday on both exchanges despite improved trading, dragged down by oil and gas shares.
The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap plans to boost rice and tra catfish production in a move to double the income of local farmers by 2020.
The Vietnam Embassy in India on November 26 sponsored an international marketing seminar in New Delhi, India with a plethora of attendees, providing an opportunity to discuss ways it could assist them in promoting inbound tourism to Vietnam.
UNESCO has recognised the Vietnamese Vi and Dam folk songs as being symbols of intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
Red-tailed vipers have appeared in large quantities with unknown causes and bitten over 1,000 people in various localities in Vietnam so far this year, local authorities reported.
The hosts Vietnam beat the Philippines 3-1 at the last group-stage match in group A of the 2014 Southeast Asian Football Championship, or Suzuki Cup, in Hanoi, and won group A with seven points.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has accused President Bashar al-Assad of "war crimes" after his regime carried out 2,000 air strikes since October.
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