Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung yesterday urged the education sector to accelerate granting autonomy to State-run universities, a move he described would be a breakthrough in improving tertiary education quality.
President Truong Tan Sang has urged the nation as a whole to uphold vigilance and resolve to firmly safeguard the motherland's independence, freedom, national unification and territorial integrity in any circumstance, on the occasion of the 69th anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day.
PM Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a list of 127 national projects calling for foreign investment from now to 2020.
Japanese Idemitsu Kosan company on August 21 announced that it has struck oil at its fourth oil-well at plot 05-1b and 05-1c offshore southern Vietnam.
The local fibre industry has been booming on the back of rocketing investment and the resultant reduced dependence on imports.
The competition between over-the-top services providers has been increasingly fierce, with fresh players joining the market.
The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (AusCham) is organising a symposium to provide investors with insights on the Vietnamese real estate market and give potential partners a chance to business matching.
Deputy General director of the State Bank of Vietnam’s Credit Information Centre Nguyen Huu Duong reaffirms the need to implement an effective internal credit rating system to help banks boost lending.
Ho Chi Minh City Information and Communications Department, Microsoft Vietnam and Microsoft Asia Pacific leaders today signed a Memorandum of Understanding to foster cooperation, especially in the field of e-government development, towards realising the city’s vision of a smart city.
In the North of Van Phong Bay, about 100 kilometers from Nha Trang City near Dam Mon Town, tourists can see many pristine beaches surrounded by dense forests and sand dunes. From HCMC, travelers can take a train to Tuy Hoa Station in Phu Yen Province, then take a bus for about 60 kilometers to Dam Mon Town.
Europe's biggest street party the Notting Hill Carnival in London drew vast crowds on Sunday (Aug 24) as revellers gathered for reggae, steel bands and dancing.
Customs officers at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City said on Monday that tests showed the white powder weighing 2.78kg they had found in the luggage of a Russian woman is cocaine.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila admits his side are not good enough for the Champions League; Scottish champions went through to the play-offs when Polish champions Legia Warsaw were thrown out of the competition for fielding an ineligible player.
Liberia's leader has sacked ministers and senior government officials who defied an order to return to the west African nation to lead the fight against the deadly Ebola outbreak, while Nigeria delays the resumption of classes in all primary and secondary schools by a month due to the outbreak.
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