State President Truong Tan Sang on November 27 held talks with Hungarian President Ader Janos on the occasion of the Hungarian President and his spouse’s official visit to Viet Nam from 26-29.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and Belarus’ President A.Lukashenko highlighted the importance of the cooperation in economics, trade and investment as they are regarded as the main pillars in the two nations’ relationship.
The National Assembly on November 26 adopted the revised Laws on Enterprises and Investment which are expected to give a strong boost to the country's business environment.
A ceremony to announce “Children's Rights and Business Principles” was organized on November 27 by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
Intel is gearing up for the completion of its CPU production line at its Ho Chi Minh City-based assembly and testing plant by the end of November, according to CEO of Intel Products Vietnam Sherry Boger.
Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, said it would recall some 57,000 vehicles globally - about 40,000 units in Japan and some 17,000 overseas - while subsidiary Daihatsu would recall about 27,500 vehicles in Japan.
Vietnamese lawmakers have approved the revised Law on Housing, allowing foreign ownership of houses or apartments for 50 years, as the government seeks to boost the ailing domestic real-estate market.
The US dollar and Vietnamese dong exchange rate eased further yesterday after the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) pledged to sell dollars.
The Spanish government has pledged to provide €3.4 million for Ho Chi Minh City to carry out a pre-feasibility study for Metro line No.5 which will link Saigon bridge to new Can Giuoc coach station.
Hue City is a well-known destination for local and foreign tourists thanks to its unique beauty. However, Hue seems to transform itself into a different one; it is more bustling and more colorful at night.
Russian film Two Women won the best feature film award at the third Ha Noi International Film (HANIFF) that closed in the capital city yesterday.
After entering the East Sea on Friday morning, the depression that formed south of the Philippines has strengthened into a tropical storm and will likely hit south-central Vietnam late Saturday night, the Vietnamese national weather center has warned.
After confirming that he had been taken in on Monday, the hospital had said that Pele remained in hospital with tests showing the presence of a urinary infection.
The 27-year-old man was found in the street after police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse about 200 demonstrators trying to force their way into the local governor's office in Makassar, on Sulawesi island.
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