Business

ANZ: Vietnamese economy is recovering

Vietnam’s economy has bottomed out and is now showing signs of recovery with stable foreign direct investment (FDI) capital and increased trade surpluses, said ANZ Chief Economist for South Asia, the ASEAN & Pacific Glenn Maguire.
Culture - Sports

Tomb-sweeping tradition in Vietnam

Whenever the Lunar New Year (Tet) comes, normally from the 23rd of the lunar December to the New Year eve, Vietnamese families visit their ancestors’ tombs and clean gravesites.
Prime Minister’s speech at Germany’s Koerber Foundation Politics

Prime Minister’s speech at Germany’s Koerber Foundation

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung addressed German statesmen and scholars on the challenges to peace, security and development in the Asia-Pacific and the Vietnam-Germany Strategic Partnership within the Asia-Europe overall relations at the Koerber Foundation in Berlin on October 15 before leaving for Milan, Italy to attend the 10th Asia-Europe Summit.
Mooncake markets bustle ahead of festival Business

Mooncake markets bustle ahead of festival

With a few weeks to go until the traditional Mid Autumn Festival which is held on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, Ho Chi Minh City is already bustling with people buying mooncakes for relatives and friends.
Politics

Vietnam hopes for peace, stability in Ukraine

Vietnam has called on concerned parties in Ukraine to exercise restraint, avoid taking actions that further complicate the situation and cause losses for civilians and try their best, through dialogue, to find a peaceful solution for peace, stability and development in the country and the region.
Society

Central Highlands steps up religious policy popularisation

Leading officials from the Steering Committee for the Central Highlands on June 26 worked with authorities from the region and southern Binh Phuoc province to step up the populiration of State regulations on belief and religions, especially among ethnic minority people.
Society

Nation-wide day to celebrate loving families

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will launch a campaign calling on people across the country to enjoy a two-hour family meal from 5pm on June 26 to mark the 2014 Vietnam Family Day.