Vietnam, New Zealand expect bloom in rapport

The upcoming visit to New Zealand by Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh will mark a milestone in the two countries’ relationship, beginning a new stage in the development of their cooperation, particularly in trade, tourism and education.
Vietnam, Australia issue joint statement Politics

Vietnam, Australia issue joint statement

Vietnam and Australia have released a joint statement as Vietnamese Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh concluded an official visit from September 6-9 at the invitation of Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
Australia sees Vietnam as valued partner in Asia-Pacific Politics

Australia sees Vietnam as valued partner in Asia-Pacific

On the eve of the coming official visit to Australia by General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Nong Duc Manh, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has affirmed that Vietnam is a highly valued partner for Australia in Asia-Pacific region.

Intellectual property in IT discussed

A series of topics relating to the copyrighting of information technology and communications are attracting the attention of delegates from the Asia-Pacific region.

Vietnam’s National Day marked abroad

A range of activities were organised in Australia, Germany, Libya and New Zealand to celebrate the 64th anniversary of Vietnam’s National Day and the August Revolution.

Asian economies face challenges in meeting MDGs for health

Asian and Asian Pacific countries continue to make progress in reducing poverty but hunger still remains widespread and many economies are struggling to fulfil their other Millennium Development Goals (MDG), including reductions in maternal mortality rates and access to sanitation.

Thailand to enhance relationship with Vietnam

Thailand expects to step up cooperation with Vietnam in regional and international forums such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (ACMECS).

Vietnam, Mexico boost trade and tourism ties

A seminar on Vietnam-Mexico tourism and trade was held in Hanoi on August 25, paving the way for the drawing up of a bilateral cooperation plan for the future focusing on increasing trade revenues, stated an official from Pro-Mexico, a Mexican government organisation

President holds talks with ABAC chiefs

State President Nguyen Minh Triet confirmed that Vietnam resolutely opposes protectionism as it prevents economies from developing strongly and in a free manner.