Can Tho city, Hungary foster cooperative relations Politics

Can Tho city, Hungary foster cooperative relations

Leaders of Can Tho had a meeting with Hungarian Ambassador Ory Csaba on October 2 to discuss a Hungary-funded hospital project and the organisation of the European nation’s culture days in the Mekong Delta city.
Hanoi’s free water taps prove helpful Society

Hanoi’s free water taps prove helpful

In an effort to become a modern and smart city, Hanoi installed free drinking water taps on some streets. The move has received an enthusiastic response from tourists and local residents.
Can Tho enhances cooperation with Hungary Politics

Can Tho enhances cooperation with Hungary

Chairman of the People’s Committee of Can Tho city Vo Thanh Thong had a working session on November 14 with Csaba Balogh, Minister of State for Public Administration under Hungary’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, to discuss bilateral cooperation prospects.
Vietnamese French doctor dedicated to patients in homeland Health

Vietnamese French doctor dedicated to patients in homeland

Over the past three years, Rene D.Esser, a Vietnamese French doctor, travelled thousands of kilometres to Thong Nhat General Hospital in the southern province of Dong Nai every three months to provide free check-ups and treatment for patients with bone and joint diseases.
Vietnam economy starts to thrive: S&P Business

Vietnam economy starts to thrive: S&P

Vietnam’s economy has started to thrive while most of Asian economies is slowing economically and moving towards consumer-led growth, the Standards & Poor (S&P) fund said in its recent report.
Healthcare services in Mekong Delta improved Health

Healthcare services in Mekong Delta improved

Healthcare services in the Mekong Delta have been improved in recent years with a number of criteria surpassing the national average, said the Steering Committee for the Southwestern Region.
Nhon Hoi petrochemical complex given incentives Business

Nhon Hoi petrochemical complex given incentives

The Nhon Hoi petrochemical complex project, invested by Thailand’s PTT Group, will enjoy a 10 percent corporate income tax for 15 years, an incentive that was agreed by the Prime Minister recently.