Collective economy key to growth Business

Collective economy key to growth

Vietnam will develop the collective economy in the direction of building product value chains, increasing its contribution to domestic economic development, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung said at a forum held by the Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Vietnam Cooperative Union in Hanoi on December 11.
Project supporting farmers in Gia Lai launched Business

Project supporting farmers in Gia Lai launched

Central Retail Vietnam in collaboration with the People's Committee of K'Bang district in Gia Lai province has officially launched a project called ‘Livelihood for K'Bang Community’ at Big C Quy Nhon.
Ba Vi National Park bright like the sun with wild sunflowers Videos

Ba Vi National Park bright like the sun with wild sunflowers

The vastness of Ba Vi National Park is lit up every year from November to December by wild sunflowers, which are also a tell-tale sign that winter is upon us. With thousands of visitors coming every day, Hanoi authorities are mapping out a plan to make sunflower season a new and unique tourism product of the capital.
Central Highlands art of wooden sculptures Culture - Sports

Central Highlands art of wooden sculptures

The Central Highlands is not only known for the rich folk culture but is also home to a thousand-year-old treasure of wooden statues. The art of sculpting with wood has interested folklorists because it vividly shows this region’s culture of gongs and epics and the rich spiritual life of ethnic groups living there.
Ministry predicts 2020 export growth of 3-4 pct. Business

Ministry predicts 2020 export growth of 3-4 pct.

Vietnam still managed to maintain export growth in the first 10 months of this year despite COVID-19, and exports for the year as a whole are expected to rise 3-4 percent against 2019, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Gia Lai tackling aftermath of storms Videos

Gia Lai tackling aftermath of storms

Recent storms, including Nangka and Molave, caused major losses in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai. The province’s Military Command has sent thousands of officers and soldiers to villages and communes to help people overcome the devastation the storms wrought.