In his Testament, President Ho Chi Minh set out major orientations for the diplomatic sector to follow under any circumstances, and the reality is the sector is on the road to success.
International partners have pledged to assist Vietnam in restructuring its agricultural sector, following an action plan unveiled by Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Cao Duc Phat in Hanoi on August 29, prioritising cultivation, animal husbandry and seafood.
Vietnam will apply a zero tariff policy to all automobiles imported from ASEAN countries by 2018, making it easier for consumers to buy cars.
Entrepreneurs aim for vanguard role in integration
Entrepreneurs aim for vanguard role in integration
The Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA) set new tasks at their fifth national congress in Hanoi on August 30-31, striving to take the lead in international integration.
Central city hosts international marathon
Central city hosts international marathon
More than 4,000 athletes from 30 countries worldwide are competing at the Da Nang international marathon that opened in this central coastal city on August 31.
Giant Buddha statue inaugurated in Nam Dinh Province
Giant Buddha statue inaugurated in Nam Dinh Province
A bronze statue of Buddha Sakyamuni, the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia, was unveiled on August 31 in the northern province of Nam Dinh.
VN War photographs impress French festival
VN War photographs impress French festival
Photographs capturing the bravery of Vietnamese soldiers during the war are on display in the French southern city of Perpignan, as part of the 26 th annual Visa Pour L’Image, a photojournalism festival.
More prisoners released for National Day
More prisoners released for National Day
Nearly 800 prisoners in northern Lai Chau, central Phu Yen and southern Tay Ninh provinces have been granted clemency on the occasion of the National Day (September 2).
Workshop proposes state budget increase for HIV/AIDS fight
Workshop proposes state budget increase for HIV/AIDS fight
Vietnam should include HIV/AIDS prevention programmes in its national health care plan and increase State funding for them so as to maintain the good results of these schemes , a representative from the Ministry of Health (MoH) has said.
USAID-funded HIV prevention project launched in An Giang
USAID-funded HIV prevention project launched in An Giang
A community-based HIV prevention project funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) was launched at a workshop held in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang on August 29.
Thai economy on way of recovery
Thai economy on way of recovery
The Thai economy is on the path to recovery after several economic indicators in July showed positive signs, according to the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO).
The Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA) set new tasks at their fifth national congress in Hanoi on August 30-31, striving to take the lead in international integration.
More than 4,000 athletes from 30 countries worldwide are competing at the Da Nang international marathon that opened in this central coastal city on August 31.
A bronze statue of Buddha Sakyamuni, the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia, was unveiled on August 31 in the northern province of Nam Dinh.
Photographs capturing the bravery of Vietnamese soldiers during the war are on display in the French southern city of Perpignan, as part of the 26 th annual Visa Pour L’Image, a photojournalism festival.
In his Testament, President Ho Chi Minh set out major orientations for the diplomatic sector to follow under any circumstances, and the reality is the sector is on the road to success.
Nearly 800 prisoners in northern Lai Chau, central Phu Yen and southern Tay Ninh provinces have been granted clemency on the occasion of the National Day (September 2).
The Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA) set new tasks at their fifth national congress in Hanoi on August 30-31, striving to take the lead in international integration.
The Thai economy is on the path to recovery after several economic indicators in July showed positive signs, according to the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO).
Not a single Vietnamese football club was left standing in the Asian Football Confederation Cup after Hanoi T&T lost in Lebanon on August 26.
Photographs capturing the bravery of Vietnamese soldiers during the war are on display in the French southern city of Perpignan, as part of the 26 th annual Visa Pour L’Image, a photojournalism festival.
More than 4,000 athletes from 30 countries worldwide are competing at the Da Nang international marathon that opened in this central coastal city on August 31.
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