Investors are chomping at the bit over Vietnam's biggest airport project as it prepares to have its investment plan approved for submission to the National Assembly for approval.
There is considerable overlap in the nation's climate change and green growth policies, and the country needs to better prioritise funding in implementing them, the National Assembly Standing Committee said on Wednesday, Oct 8.
The Dong Tru arch bridge, made of steel tubes filled with cement, was opened for safety testing in Hanoi on October 9 as part of the extended Highway No.
Firm fined for making cosmetics with dubious formulaThe Health Ministry fined the HCM City-based Eternal Beauty Company Ltd (Viet Nam EBC) Viet Nam $US50, 000 on Monday, for violating the ASEAN-Cosmetic Good Manufacturing...
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has been tasked with assessing whether to lift the ban on beef imports from France once the products meet Vietnamese requirements.
Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai has urged all ministries, sectors and localities to draft their own response plans for strong and super strong storms by June next year at the latest.
Diabetes affects more than 5% of Vietnam's population: surveyAs much as 5.42% of the total population, suffers from diabetes, according to a study conducted with more than 11,000 respondents between the age of 30-69 as part of...
The HCMC government will do all what it can convert Nguyen Hue Boulevard in District 1 into a square for pedestrians only in April next year after it got approval from the Government to appoint an engineering, procurement and...
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong affirmed Vietnam's willingness to offer favourable conditions for foreign investors, including those from the Republic of Korea (RoK), to run their smooth operations in Vietnam.
Vietnam attends ASEAN Family Day in Czech RepublicThe Vietnamese Embassy joined the embassies of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippine and Thailand in the annual ASEAN Family Day held in Prague, the Czech Republic, on September...