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Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh

Power prices should have been increased more: MoIT

Business

Power prices should have been increased more: MoIT

Electricity retail prices should have been raised by 9.26 percent instead of 8.36 percent if Vietnam Electricity (EVN) had correctly calculated the 3.26 trillion VND foreign exchange rate difference in 2018 into its power production costs.

Q1’s GDP sees 6.79 percent growth: Government report

Politics

Q1’s GDP sees 6.79 percent growth: Government report

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh presented the Government’s report on the implementation of socio-economic development in the first quarter of 2019 and measures for the remaining months of the year at the opening meeting of the 7th session of the 14th National Assembly on May 20.

UN Day of Vesak 2019 wraps up

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UN Day of Vesak 2019 wraps up

The 16th UN Day of Vesak 2019 wrapped up at Tam Chuc Pagoda in Kim Bang district, northern Ha Nam province, on May 14, with the adoption of the Ha Nam Declaration.

Deputy PM receives Cambodian religion minister

Politics

Deputy PM receives Cambodian religion minister

Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh expressed his wish that Senior Minister and Minister of Cults and Religion of Cambodia Him Chhem would help strengthen solidarity and mutual understanding between the two countries’ peoples during a reception in Hanoi on May 8.

Quang Tri marks Reunification Day

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Quang Tri marks Reunification Day

The central province of Quang Tri held the annual flag-raising ceremony on April 30 to mark the 44th anniversary of the liberation of the south and national reunification.

Deputy PM asks to clarity Hanoi workshop blaze cause

Society

Deputy PM asks to clarity Hanoi workshop blaze cause

Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has asked the Ministry of Public Security and Hanoi’s People’s Committee to instruct relevant agencies to clarify the cause of the blaze that ravaged workshops in Hanoi and killed eight people on the morning of April 12.