Lawmakers work on bill on planning, relief of officials Politics

Lawmakers work on bill on planning, relief of officials

The National Assembly (NA) discussed the draft law on planning and voted on the relief of the Minister of Transport and the Government Inspector General during its plenary meeting on October 25, part of its ongoing fourth session.
Arrests made over threats to officials Society

Arrests made over threats to officials

The Criminal Investigation Police Department has joined forces with police in the northern province of Bac Ninh to detain a group of people for threatening the chairman of the provincial People’s Committee and several other officials, Major General Ho Sy Tien, director of the department, has said.
Ministry wants Uber to follow rules Business

Ministry wants Uber to follow rules

Minister of Transport Truong Quang Nghia has announced that State management towards Uber solely aims to ensure that the transportation company’s operations in Vietnam comply with regulations.
Revised law for brighter railway outlook Politics

Revised law for brighter railway outlook

Members of the National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) agreed on March 15 that the revised railway law needs comprehensive regulations that will help revitalise the country’s railway industry.
Railways lag behind in Vietnam Business

Railways lag behind in Vietnam

The decline of the railway’s popularity in Vietnam is not new: back in 2010, the European Union labelled rail transport as the country’s “least relevant” mode of transport.