Dialogue promotes Vietnam-US labour cooperation Society

Dialogue promotes Vietnam-US labour cooperation

The 16th Vietnam-US labour dialogue took place in Hanoi on November 16, gathering representatives from the Vietnamese Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA), the US Department of Labour, and the US Embassy in Vietnam.
Vietnamese workers have chance to develop career in Germany Society

Vietnamese workers have chance to develop career in Germany

Skilled workers with state-recognised vocational qualification in the fields of information technology, electrical/electronic engineering, culinary or restaurant and hotel, will have the opportunity to work in Germany under the programme “Hand in Hand for International Talents”.
Vietnam, US firms partner in medical glove production Health

Vietnam, US firms partner in medical glove production

A ceremony was held in Hanoi on Novemer 3, 2022, to sign a cooperation agreement in technology transfer of medical gloves production between Vietnam and the US, along with a consultation seminar on US EB-5 immigration investment and employment-based immigration EB-3.
HCM City aims to complete housing rental payments for workers Society

HCM City aims to complete housing rental payments for workers

Ho Chi Minh City’s districts and Thu Duc city have basically completed housing rental payments for workers in accordance with the Prime Minister’s Decision dated March 28, 2022, reported the municipal Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs on September 8.
Vietnam’s manufacturing output continues to rise Business

Vietnam’s manufacturing output continues to rise

The Vietnamese manufacturing sector remained in growth territory at the start of the third quarter of the year, but there were some signs of demand softening, according to a survey released on August 8 by S&P Global.
Malaysia expects stronger economic growth in next quarters World

Malaysia expects stronger economic growth in next quarters

Malaysia's economic growth is expected to increase further in the second and third quarters of this year, driven by the government's continued efforts to attract foreign investments, as well as the success of the COVID-19 vaccination programme.