Auto industry faces risk of collapse Business

Auto industry faces risk of collapse

The domestic automobile industry faces the risk of collapse, with both consumers and manufacturers shifting to imports, according to the Tuoi tre (Youth) newspaper.

Vietnam launches national Microsoft Office Championship

The national round of the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship (MOSWC) 2015, the fifth of its kind in Vietnam, was officially kicked off during an announcing ceremony in Thai Nguyen city, northern Thai Nguyen province on March 14.

Media copyright violations rife, say journalists

The media, especially digital, ignores copyright laws resulting in rampant plagiarism and demoralising journalists, a workshop held by the Vietnam Journalists Association heard in Ho Chi Minh City on January 28.

Railway e-tickets to tame traffic

General Director of the Vietnam Railway Corporation Vu Ta Tung speaks with the Tuoi tre (Youth) Newspaper about using e-tickets to deal with the holiday rush for Tet (Lunar New Year occasion).

Scholarships come to disadvantaged students in Mekong Delta

As many as 217 disadvantaged students from 12 localities in the Mekong Delta region (except for Tien Giang) have received scholarships worth a total of 1.85 billion VND (86,000 USD) for their outstanding performance during the recent university and college entrance exams.

Patriotism campaign inspires Vietnamese people

Thousands of people throughout the country have, since mid-June, sent photos and text messages to raise funds in support of people and soldiers working and struggling for the Vietnamese sovereignty of the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos.

China uses tricks to illegally claim sovereignty: expert

In a recent interview with Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper, Chairman of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Association, Dr. Ngo Thuong San said that China is playing a trick to illegally claim its sovereignty over Vietnam’s waters in the East Sea.
Vietnam's ATM system still safe after Windows XP demise Sci-Tech

Vietnam's ATM system still safe after Windows XP demise

The ATM system in Vietnam, mostly powered by Windows XP, is still operating safely and has so far faced no security risks after Microsoft retired the operating system early this month, the country’s central bank announced on April 22.