Changes to law on civil enforcement win approval Politics

Changes to law on civil enforcement win approval

The Law on amendments and supplements to some articles of the Law on civil enforcement was adopted by lawmakers during their plenary session in Hanoi on November 25, with 84.1 percent of votes in favour.
FDI growth expected to continue Business

FDI growth expected to continue

Foreign direct investment has significantly increased in recent years and will continue in the years ahead, especially as more State-owned enterprises are equitised, according to analysts.
Vietnam willing to work with Cambodia for stronger ties: PM Politics

Vietnam willing to work with Cambodia for stronger ties: PM

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has affirmed Vietnam’s constant efforts to continue fostering its all-round ties with Cambodia, benefiting the two peoples as well as contributing to peace, stability, development and prosperity in ASEAN and the region.
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State capital laws need more teeth

The draft state capital management law needs to provide a detailed blueprint to be effective, Do Van Ve of the National Assembly’s Committee on Science and Technology told Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Vietnam Economic Times).
“If you claim to be scientists, why act in unscientific manner?” Politics

“If you claim to be scientists, why act in unscientific manner?”

Recently, a number of relatively official media outlets in China, such as the Global Times and International Herald, published a series of articles by Ke Xiao Zhai and Lu Jian Ren, who are working at the Guangxi Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, on China’s illegal placement of the drilling rig Haiyang Shiyou-981 deep inside Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone and continental shelf.

In the general definition, scientific research means collecting and processing information so as to find out the nature of events, phenomena and processes. But it is regrettable that these “scholars” have messed them up.

To create a “scientific” air, Mr. Ke has fabricated and analysed four mazes.

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China’s illegal acts should be brought to international organisations

It is international law that Vietnam should rely on, Associate Professor cum Doctor Nguyen Ba Dien, Head of the International Law Subject of the Law Faculty under the Hanoi National University said in an interview with the People’s Army newspaper on May 16, regarding China's illegal placement of the drilling rig Haiyang Shiyou-981 deep in Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone.
Business

Investment law aids foreign investors

The new investment law aims to improve fairness and transparency, the Ministry of Planning and Investment's Legal Department deputy director Quach Ngoc Tuan told Dau Tu (Vietnam Investment Review).