The 11th meeting of the Communist Party of Viet Nam Central Committee (11th tenure) was opened in Ha Noi on May 4.
BRINGING INTO FULL PLAY THE SPIRIT OF THE GREAT VICTORY OF 1975 SPRING AND STRIVING FOR A MORE PROSPEROUS NATION
A grand ceremony will take place in Ho Chi Minh City on April 30 to mark the 40th anniversary of South Viet Nam’s liberation and national reunification.
Nitori Holdings, the owner of the Japan's biggest chain of furniture supermarkets, will build a furniture factory in Viet Nam in 2017.
Viet Nam plans to put some 2,200 km of highways into operation by 2020, Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Hong Truong told our reporter in a recent interview.
It may not be as early as we hoped, but the date for the snail-paced Internet speed in Vietnam to be fixed has been set, finally.
The southern Binh Dinh Province has awarded an investment licence to the FLC Group to build the Nhon Ly resort, villas and high-end entertainment complex in the province's Quy Nhon City.
The State Securities Committee (SSC) has fined several companies which had failed to register themselves with the SSC and the Viet Nam Securities Depository (VSD) in time for trading, further action will also follow, stockbiz.vn reported last Thursday.
HCM City is developing a system of seaports to facilitate trade activities between the city and its vicinity.
A seawalking service offered in Nha Trang City has captured the great attention of tourists since it was launched in March this year.
A Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper contributor has envisioned a tour around Saigon, suggesting tourists visit various places of interest and explore every nook and cranny on foot, amid complaints that there is not much to see in the city.
A young woman has painstakingly covered over 140 kilometers on a daily basis to take her physically challenged son on her motorbike to school and a brighter future over the past one year.
Valencia moved three points clear of Sevilla in the fight for the fourth Champions League place in La Liga with a comfortable 3-1 win over Eibar on Sunday.
Prince William and his wife Kate showed off their new baby daughter to their loved ones on Sunday as they thanked people around the world for their messages of congratulations.
Vietnam is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries in terms of climate variability and change. Current global emission trends, leading to the world becoming 4°C warmer by 2100, will dramatically increase the country’s vulnerabilities to climate-related threats, such as increased incidences of natural disasters and rising sea levels.