HCM City draws up master plan on solid waste Environment

HCM City draws up master plan on solid waste

HCM City is drawing up a master plan on solid waste management and treatment for the next five years, aiming to have 100 percent of its domestic solid waste to be collected and treated and at least 80 percent of solid household waste classified at source.
Foreign leaders appreciate RCEP’s strategic significance World

Foreign leaders appreciate RCEP’s strategic significance

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on November 15 that the signing of the long-waited Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Agreement showed the region’s shared commitment to open trade and investment, despite the challenges of COVID-19.
Hanoi tourism in need of boost Videos

Hanoi tourism in need of boost

To fully tap the capital city’s tourism potential, many destinations of Hanoi have been promoted stimulus programmes to lure more visitors such as night tours at Hoa Lo Prison, besides many others tours are expected to be introduced in December 2020.
HCM City looks to boost cooperation with ADB Politics

HCM City looks to boost cooperation with ADB

Ho Chi Minh City always considers the Asian Development Bank (ADB) as its important and long-term development partner, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Vo Van Hoan has said.
Workshop promotes investment, foreign trade in Quang Ninh Business

Workshop promotes investment, foreign trade in Quang Ninh

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) partnered with the People’s Committee of northern Quang Ninh province to host a workshop on trade and investment promotion between trade representatives, foreign trade promotion organisations, and the province and its enterprises on November 13 in Ha Long city.
Australia provides new tech platform to transform breast cancer detection Health

Australia provides new tech platform to transform breast cancer detection

VIETRAD, an online platform developed over the last year that uses machine learning technology to test, monitor and improve radiologic diagnosis of breast cancer, was launched on November 12. The VIETRAD project was developed thanks to the funding of more than 340,000 AUD by the Australian Government through its Aus4Innovation programme.