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.
The decision by the government to remove junior colleges and vocational intermediate schools from the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) and merge them with the vocational training system has raised major concerns.
Commercial banks will be forced to stop providing consumer loans if they don't have finance companies of their own, under a draft document being compiled by the State Bank of Vietnam.
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.
Archaeologists have found many ceramic artifacts and Balad stones, believed to be the remains of two ancient ships sunk in the waters of Ly Son island district in the central province of Quang Ngai.
The son of the first radio engineer on the Archipelago of Hoang Sa (Paracel Islands) sent an emotional letter to the National Border Committee, enclosed with artifacts related to his late father.
Viet Nam aims to improve agricultural products by implementing technology, but capital, land and infrastructure are major obstacles.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on September 27 worked with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) on the fight against smuggling, trade fraud and counterfeit goods.
A new class of Vietnamese with total assets of at least one million dollars emerged over the last 30 years.
After five years of learning English at primary school, sixth graders in HCM City now have to learn English at secondary school.