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NZ helps poor farmers in Binh Dinh province

Society

NZ helps poor farmers in Binh Dinh province

The government of New Zealand has decided to help central coastal Binh Dinh province to carry out a project on linking poor farmers to markets, said Nguyen Thi Thanh Binh, Vice Chairman of the province.

Fingers point after four die on building site

Society

Fingers point after four die on building site

Three deadly accidents in a single week have left four construction workers dead and three others seriously injured at the construction site of the Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower project in Hanoi, raising concerns about labour safety on the project.

Techcom picks VeriSign for on-line security

Business

Techcom picks VeriSign for on-line security

The Vietnam Technological Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Techcombank) has decided to choose VeriSign Inc. – the trusted provider of Internet infrastructure services for the networked world--as its partner to provide security for the bank’s websites.

Hanoi aims for ISO certificates

Politics

Hanoi aims for ISO certificates

Hanoi will strive to have all departments and districts meet qualifications to be granted ISO quality management certificates by 2010, and all communes by 2012.

Trade union urged to focus on practical issues

Society

Trade union urged to focus on practical issues

Vietnam’s trade union should continue its important role in building up the working class and aim its operations at grassroots levels to address all issues arising in the work place as well as in daily life, said a senior leader.

Building China-ASEAN FTA to raise competitiveness

World

Building China-ASEAN FTA to raise competitiveness

Building the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area (FTA) solidifies the cooperation between the two sides, complementing each other with materials and technology, and raising the competitiveness of regional products on the world market.

Execs learn management skills

Society

Execs learn management skills

A seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on July 22 announced a senior management programme that would increase the capacity of senior executives to identify and tackle upcoming challenges efficiently.