Vietnam to work with IPU members in promoting peace, sustainable development Politics

Vietnam to work with IPU members in promoting peace, sustainable development

The National Assembly (NA) of Vietnam pledges to be an active and responsible member of the Assembly of the International Parliamentary Union (IPU) and is willing to work with parliaments of countries to implement IPU resolutions and initiatives, thus contributing to building peace and sustainable development for the benefit of the people around the world.
More new laws made public Politics

More new laws made public

The Law on Amendments and Supplements to Several Articles of the Penal Code and five other laws were made public by the Presidential Office a at a press conference on July 12.
National Assembly passes three bills Politics

National Assembly passes three bills

National Assembly deputies passed the revised Law on Technology Transfer, Law on Irrigation, and the revised Law on Tourism during a session in Hanoi on June 19.
Technology Transfer Law on debate Politics

Technology Transfer Law on debate

The eighth session of 14th National Assembly Standing Committee on March 16 turned its agenda toward discussing amendments to the Technology Transfer Law.
Vietnam must not be dump site: official Society

Vietnam must not be dump site: official

Phan Xuan Dung, Chairman of the National Assembly Committee for Science, Technology and Environment (NACSTE), talks to Vietnam Economic Times about the country’s science and technology level.
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PM calls for science-technology development policies

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung asked the National Council for Science–Technology Policy to perfect policies related to science and technology in 2013 as a move to encourage firms to apply advanced technologies to improve their competitiveness.