Deputy PM, FM Pham Binh Minh on April 26 led a Vietnamese delegation to attend the ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM) and related meetings.
At the opening ceremony of the Asian-African Conference on April 22 in Jakarta, President Truong Tan Sang delivered a speech underlining the need to protect the Bandung principles and step up stronger cooperation for regional and global peace and prosperity.
Viet Nam's telecommunications industry will continue to face fierce competition while bright prospects of growth are forecasted in the beverage and agriculture industries for the next three years.
The Vietnamese unit of motor maker Honda and the Ministry of Finance still fail to reach an agreement on a preferential tax treatment the company is supposed to enjoy, thanks to which it refuses to pay nearly US$10 million in tax arrears.
First Secretary of the Australian Embassy in Hanoi, Andrew Shepherd spoke to VIR’s Trang Nguyen on the progress and achievements of the Restructuring for a More Competitive Vietnam project
Ha Noi has set a target to earn US$5 billion from the information and technology (IT) industry this year, with incentives being provided to encourage investments in the sector.
Real estate will attract lucrative foreign direct investments in 2015 with the market recovering and Viet Nam set to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement and other free trade pacts.
The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) announced the takeover of the Ocean Commercial Joint Stock Bank (OceanBank) on April 25.
The Ministry of National Defense on April 27 started the construction of the Viet Nam National Mine Action Center in Thach That, Ha Noi
Dak Lak Museum of Ethnology is a place that should not be missed if you visit the Central Highlands.
Vietnam Television (VTV) has made what it has called a significant investment in licensing, producing and promoting a new sport game show in Vietnam entitled – Unlimited-Sasuke Vietnam – based upon the successful US version called American Ninja Warrior.
The Vietnam Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment on Friday recognized two ancient gold apple trees planted near the Ho Dynasty Citadel, a world cultural heritage site, in Vinh Loc District in the north-central province of Thanh Hoa as national heritage.
Vietnam has made some changes in its plan to host the 2016 Asian Beach Games (ABG) in a way that the biannual event will be economically held, the government website said Sunday, citing the Prime Minister’s ruling.
Several dozen US aid workers and specially trained rescue dogs headed to Nepal on Sunday aboard a military transport plane to provide urgent assistance after the huge earthquake that killed more than 2,500 people.
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.