Former CDC Hanoi director sentenced to 10 years in jail Society

Former CDC Hanoi director sentenced to 10 years in jail

The Hanoi People’s Court on December 12 sentenced Nguyen Nhat Cam, former director of the Hanoi Centre for Disease Control (CDC Hanoi), to 10 years in prison for “violations on bidding regulations that causes serious consequences”.
Former CDC director to face up to 11 years in jail Society

Former CDC director to face up to 11 years in jail

A prison term from 10 to 11 years has been proposed for Nguyen Nhat Cam, former director of the Hanoi Centre for Disease Control (CDC Hanoi), for “violations on bidding regulations that causes serious consequences”.
First-instance trial opens for CDC Hanoi case Society

First-instance trial opens for CDC Hanoi case

The People’s Court of Hanoi on December 10 opened the first-instance trial on the case of “violations on bidding regulations of that causes serious consequences” at the Hanoi Centre for Disease Control (CDC Hanoi).
Ten prosecuted in Hanoi Centre for Disease Control case Society

Ten prosecuted in Hanoi Centre for Disease Control case

The Supreme People’s Procuracy has prosecuted Nguyen Nhat Cam, former Director of the Hanoi Centre for Disease Control (Hanoi CDC), and nine other defendants on charge of “violations on bidding regulations that causes serious consequences” which occurred at the centre and relevant units.
Chairman of Hanoi People's Committee prosecuted and detained Society

Chairman of Hanoi People's Committee prosecuted and detained

The Ministry of Public Security’s Investigation Security Agency on August 28 decided to detain for four months and launch criminal proceedings against Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung on charges of “appropriating State secret documents” in line with Article 337 of the Criminal Code 2015.
Suspension of Hanoi Chairman linked with three legal cases Society

Suspension of Hanoi Chairman linked with three legal cases

Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung was suspended from duties for 90 days for the verification and investigation to clarify his responsibility regarding three legal cases, said the Ministry of Public Security spokesperson Major General To An Xo.
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Contractors benefit from new bidding mechanism

There are high expectations the new bidding mechanism will make great strides in the difficult process of assessing and selecting high quality contractors, according to radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
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Firms urged to cut back on imported materials

The Ministry of Trade and Industry is calling on local firms to reduce their dependence of imports of machinery parts, vehicles and raw materials such as sugar, salt, steel and conrete, which account for nearly 83 percent of Viet Nam 's total imports in terms of value.