More OCOP products to be certified Business

More OCOP products to be certified

Vietnam hopes to have 3,843 products qualified for standards of One Commune-One Product (OCOP) programmes by this year, said deputy minister of agriculture and rural development Tran Thanh Nam at a conference in Hanoi on January 9.
Collective economy achieves good results Business

Collective economy achieves good results

While positive results have been achieved getting people to work together as part of a cooperative, there’s still limitation in its development, said Vo Thanh Thong, Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment.
Drug traffickers arrested in Bac Kan province Society

Drug traffickers arrested in Bac Kan province

Police in Bach Thong district, the northern province of Bac Kan, on October 16 arrested three men who smuggled 198 bricks of heroin from Laos into Vietnam. The drug was believed to be forwarded to China.
Programme planting 100,000 trees in Bac Kan launched Environment

Programme planting 100,000 trees in Bac Kan launched

As many as 100,000 trees will be planted during a tree planting programme that was launched at a ceremony held in the Na Tu historical relic site in Cam Giang commune, Bach Thong district of the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan on August 2.
Society

Crop restructuring helps reduce poverty in Bac Can

In recent years, farmers in the northern province of Bac Can have paid much attention to developing fruit orchards, with priority given to growing oranges and mandarins, contributing to local poverty reduction, reported The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
Society

VNA presents Tet gifts to AO victims in Bac Kan

The “For Victims of Agent Orange” Fund of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) on Jan. 16 presented Tet gifts to Agent Orange (AO)/ dioxin victims in the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan.
Society

Need shown for communal post offices

Although the communal cultural post office in On Luong commune, Phu Luong district, northern Thai Nguyen province, only closed for maintenance a short time ago, many people have already asked representatives from the local People's Council for it to be re-opened.