Highlands eyes better education standards

Provinces in the Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) and 28 districts in six neighbouring provinces have outlined a plan that calls for changes to the educational system.
NA discusses education, research Politics

NA discusses education, research

National Assembly deputies on Nov. 2 heard Government reports on bills relating to higher education and the need for better research institutions to help industry and agriculture develop.

Flooded schools to reopen soon

The Ministry of Education and Training is mobilising all resources to help inundated schools in the north-central provinces re-open for students as soon as possible, said Minister Pham Vu Luan in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency.

VN keeps drawing foreign firms despite lingering snags

European businesses are increasingly shifting their investment focus from China to Vietnam as a safer destination amidst shrinking global investment, said Alain Cany, European Chamber of Commerce Chairman.

The EuroCham representative said a lot of European CEOs visiting Vietnam have approached him recently with the message that “they are going to do less in China and want to do more in other Asian countries.”