Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung will attend the fifth Mekong-Japan Summit during his Japan visit starting on December 12, demonstrating Vietnam’s desire to make this cooperation mechanism more effective.
Viet Nam's Government has released new regulations on overdue debt collections at State owned enterprises (SOEs), which underline a message that SOEs must be more responsible in collecting their loans.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung last week pledged to speed up the reform of state-owned enterprises as part of the country’s accelerated economic restructuring.
Saigon-Hanoi Commercial Bank (SHB) and Thang Long Construction Corporation and Civil Engineering Construction Corporation 8 (Cienco 8) clinched cooperation deals on Tuesday to reciprocally support business operations.
Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Hong Truong just inked a document proposing the State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) carry out a review of an aerial urban railway between Hanoi’s Cat Linh and Ha Dong areas in December 2013.
Mozilla on Thursday teamed with global partners in a push for open mobile standards as it ramps up its efforts to develop smartphones challenging Google and Apple operating systems.
While the real estate market in Hanoi City has yet to make clear improvements, transactions of small homes along alleys in the inner city remain strong, generating big profits to investors.
The euro pushed up against the dollar Wednesday for the fourth straight session despite a US budget deal that gave the Federal Reserve more reason for cutting stimulus.
HCM City People's Committee has petitioned the Ministry of Finance to create mechanisms and policies to manage capital transfers and the franchising of businesses.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) will seek the Government’s approval for a scheme to create funds for tourism promotion by charging hotels US$1 for one-night stay of each international visitor.
Grammys organizers announced lifetime achievement awards Thursday for The Beatles and six other acts, including the Isley Brothers and electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk.
This morning, the Hanoi People’s Court opened the trial for Duong Chi Dung, 56, the ex-chairman of Vinalines and former head of the Vietnam Maritime Administration, and his nine accomplices in a serious corruption case that occurred at the State-owned corporation five years ago.
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker has challenged his team to use Saturday's crunch clash at Manchester City to prove they can cope with the pressure of the Premier League title race.
A plague spread by rats has killed 39 people in recent weeks in Madagascar, the health ministry said Thursday.
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