Around 180 businesses and establishments from all cities and provinces have registered to showcase their products at the Hanoi Agricultural and Craft Village Fair slated for October 24-27, the Hanoi Department of Agriculture and...
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has suggested to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that Vietnam and Japan should coordinated closely to help maintain peace, stability and development in the region in the context of rapid...
The use of smart bus cards was piloted on Giap Bat-Cau Gie route in Hanoi starting on October 6 in an effort to encourage local people to use public transport and ease traffic congestion in the capital city.
HCM City agrees to set up tourism department The HCM City administration has approved a decision to set up a Tourism Department effective October 16.
State budget collection for 2014 is likely to exceed estimates by 9%, Deputy Minister of Finance Vu Thi Mai said at a regular meeting in Hanoi on October 9.
Strong measures are being proposed to put struggling Vinalines, once a leading player in the shipping business, back afloat.
WB: Vietnam economy grows beneath potentialThe World Bank (WB) projected Vietnam's economy would expand at a lower-than-expected pace and beneath its potential.
The National Assembly Standing Committee examined several Government reports on the implementation of socio-economic tasks in 2014 and draft plans for 2015 during the last day of the committee's 32nd working session on October 9.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has allowed the Ministry of Health to proactively use its standby fund created for countering epidemics in 2014 for preventive measures against Ebola epidemic, which has caused over 3,400 deaths in...
British dance ensemble to brighten Vietnam stagesTwo stunning contemporary dance productions “Without Stars” and “There We Have Been” inspired by Haruki Murakami's novel Norwegian Wood are set to light up Vietnam stages this...