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Experts suggest ministries rethink IT approach
Many experts have stressed that ministries and local government offices need to hire IT service providers to manage their computer systems, rather than attempting to build and maintain their own – a practice that is currently widespread.
Vietnam's multiscreen time tops global average
Vietnam is above the global average of seven hours of multiscreen time per day, with a majority of users favouring smartphones and laptops as their preferred device, according to a 2014 AdReaction Report.
Russia, Vietnam to cooperate in using outer space
The Russian government's legislative commission on April 8 passed a bill to approve a cooperation agreement between the country and Vietnam in exploring and using aerospace for peaceful purposes.
Farmers to learn benefits of genetically modified crops
Vietnam must move quickly to simplify procedures and encourage farmers to learn bio-technologies in cultivation, particularly in planting genetically modified crops, agricultural experts have said.
RoK helps Vietnam deploy radiation tracking project
Representatives from both Vietnam and the Republic of Korea (RoK) have presented letters to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to announce the two sides’ pilot project on tracking radioactive sources in the country.
Home-made plough for terraced fields turns popular
A farmer in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai has successfully produced a type of machine dedicated to ploughing terraced fields, reducing the burden of farm work on these inaccessible spots.
IT firms easily successful in foreign markets, not home
Vietnamese information technology (IT) firms can win international bids to provide services to big clients in the world under the valuable contracts, but they find it difficult to get jobs in the home market, a newspaper said.
US President approves Vietnam nuclear deal
US President Barack Obama on February 24 approved a civilian nuclear deal with Vietnam that allows US businesses to export civilian nuclear technology and facilities to the Southeast Asian nation.
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Localities urged to work harder against measles
Local healthcare departments have been urged to keep a close eye on measles.
Hue Festival offers feast of traditional music
The Hue Festival offered visitors a feast of traditional music in the evening of April 16.
Deputy PM undertakes productive UK visit
Vietnam and the UK have committed to fostering trade and investment cooperation.
Thua Thien-Hue full of festive atmosphere
Hue is in a festive atmosphere as numerous activities are being held as part of the 2014 Hue Festival.
Hanoi plans monorail system
Hanoi is planning to build a monorail system to ease its traffic congestion.
Vietnam, Australia deal with UXO consequences
Deputy Defence Minister Nguyen Chi Vinh is on a working visit to Australia from April 7-12.
VN stresses peaceful, stable environment for future Asia
Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam addressed the opening session of Boao Forum in China.
Khmer people gather ahead of festival
Get-togethers were held for Khmer people ahead of their traditional Chol Chnam Thmay festival.
Yamaha holds annual football camp
Hill people keep a photo record
Thermal dioxin desorption system started in Da Nang
Malaysia's inflation up 3.4 percent in Q1
VN’s most modern radial truck tyre factory inaugurated
New friendship bridge for Vietnam – Romania ties
Cuban children’s theatre troupe to perform
E-commerce sector rapidly expanding
Fire installations light up Hue’s bridge
Pottery, porcelain exports increase
New ASEAN community offers export opportunities
Localities respond to first-ever book day
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