“Le Courrier du Vietnam”, a weekly magazine published by the Vietnam News Agency, was invited to represent Francophone media in the Asian-Pacific region at an international Francophone journalism forum in Montreal, Canada.
Experts have underlined the need to develop the environment industry in order to better control pollution and environmental degradation in the country at a recent workshop-and-fair on environmental industrial products in Hanoi.
Japan and ASEAN have agreed to promote bilateral cooperation and their partnerships with other countries, in order to ensure peace and stability in the East Sea and East China Sea, Deputy Defence Minister Nguyen Chi Vinh said.
Authorised economic operator (AEO) companies were promised that they would have priority over others in working with customs agencies on customs clearance, but they are still waiting for the privilege.
The Museum of central Binh Dinh province has announced the discovery of more than 600 precious items during a recent archaeological excavation of Champa ruins at Rung Cam (Forbidden Forest) site at Thu Thien Thuong village, Binh...
Once wary of local authorities and forest guards, loggers in the southern provinces of Lam Dong and Binh Thuan are growing increasingly defiant.
The Vietnamese Embassy in the Czech Republic on October 4 presented merit certificates to overseas Vietnamese students who achieved good academic results in 2013-2014 school year.
Though foreign fast-food chains would like to use the services and goods of Vietnamese suppliers, they still must look abroad to buy food and equipment that meets their requirements.
The new regulation on assessment for primary school students is expected to be a breakthrough for Vietnam's education system, one official has said.
The Olympic Archery Club has attracted a diverse following among locals and expats of all ages.