Environment

Vietnam strives to reduce CO2

From improving institutions to devising detailed plans for each sector, Vietnam is making every effort in order to dramatically reduce CO2 emissions by 2030.
Environment

How Vietnam tackles environmental pollution woes

Many countries in the world have paid special attention to combining efforts to promote economic growth and protect the environment. Clean, environmentally friendly technological solutions have become the choice of industrial production groups and businesses. Insights from the Vietnam Economic News.
Business

Seminar debates marine spatial planning

A national seminar opened in Hai Phong city on May 30 to discuss the application of coastal and marine spatial planning (MSP) in Vietnam, which is regarded as an important step in finding solutions to current issues that are threatening Vietnam’s environmental health and marine future.
Denmark launches DANIDA business partnership Society

Denmark launches DANIDA business partnership

The Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) has launched the Danida Business Partnership (DBP) programme to support sustainable development and poverty reduction in its partner countries, including Vietnam.
Denmark to fund Vietnamese businesses Business

Denmark to fund Vietnamese businesses

The Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) on March 9 held a seminar on the implementation of a project entitled, “The Global Competitiveness Facility for Vietnamese Enterprises” (GCF) in the central province of Phu Yen.
Denmark helps Vietnamese businesses to compete Business

Denmark helps Vietnamese businesses to compete

The DANIDA-funded Global Competitiveness Facility for Vietnamese Enterprises (GCF) will grant 216 billion VND (10.3 million USD) to private businesses in eight Vietnamese provinces from now until 2013.
Society

Local restaurants take wildlife off the menu

Over 150 restaurants in Nam Dinh province will join in the project, A Matter of Attitude – Reducing Consumption of Wildlife Products in Hanoi, by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Greater Mekong and TRAFFIC.