It is unacceptable if out-of-date technologies continue to arrive in Vietnam, State President Truong Tan Sang said Wednesday, following reports that most Chinese contractors are deploying obsolete techs at their Vietnamese projects.
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.
The abolition of the export tax on rubber, starting October 2, is expected to ease some of the difficulties currently plaguing rubber firms.
The local fibre industry has been booming on the back of rocketing investment and the resultant reduced dependence on imports.
Samsung's Gear S and LG's G Watch R are the latest in wearable devices.
CapitaLand Limited (CapitaLand) and its joint developer Thien Duc Trading-Construction Company Limited (Thien Duc) just appointed Construction Joint Stock Company No.1 (COFICO) as the main contractor, to develop Vista Verde, a residential project on a prime site in the heart of District 2 in Ho Chi Minh City.
Liquidity continued to increase in Viet Nam's stock markets yesterday, with the combined trading value on two exchanges hitting more than VND4 trillion (US$188.6 million).
Tuyen Quang Province should pay more attention to reinforcing its political system, particularly regarding Party-building efforts, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong said yesterday.
Emirates, a global connector of people and places, today announced the launch of its Global sale, which rewards passengers from Ho Chi Minh City with exceptional discounts on economy fares to 60 destinations across Emirates expanding network.
The organiser of the two liveshows of overseas singer Khanh Ly has agreed to pay music copyright fees of VND250 million after ministerial authorities got involved.
A fire broke out at a wood processing company in HCM City's Binh Chanh District yesterday morning, destroying its 1,000-square-metre workshop.
Robin van Persie insists troubled Manchester United will quickly turn the corner under new manager Louis van Gaal as they prepare to face Burnley on Saturday (Aug 29).
US President Barack Obama said on Thursday (Aug 28) it was "plain for the world to see" that Russian forces were fighting in Ukraine, but ruled out any US military action to resolve the escalating conflict.
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