Action plan to boost communications about VPA/FLEGT Business

Action plan to boost communications about VPA/FLEGT

The Vietnam Administration of Forestry (VNForest) launched an action plan on April 3 for communications to implement the Voluntary Partnership Agreement on Forest Law Enforcement, Governance, and Trade (VPA/FLEGT) between Vietnam and the European Union (EU).
Vietnamese firms urged to swiftly capitalise on CPTPP Business

Vietnamese firms urged to swiftly capitalise on CPTPP

The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) will bring more opportunities than challenges to businesses, so they should swiftly make use of this deal to promote export, heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on March 26.
Vietnam calls for cooperation in maritime incident settlement World

Vietnam calls for cooperation in maritime incident settlement

Sen. Lt. Gen. Phan Van Giang, Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army, has called on the law enforcement forces and navies of ASEAN countries to enhance cooperation in settling incidents at sea, especially those related to fishermen.
521 endangered animals saved in 2018 Environment

521 endangered animals saved in 2018

As many as 521 endangered wildlife animals were saved in Vietnam in 2018 thanks to the engagement of people and law enforcement agencies, NGO Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV) announced on February 11.
Vietnam looks to boost timber exports to EU Business

Vietnam looks to boost timber exports to EU

Vietnam will be able to boost its wood exports when the Vietnam-European Union Voluntary Partnership Agreement on Forest Law Enforcement, Governance, and Trade (VPA/FLEGT) takes effect.
Ministry tackles software copyright violations Sci-Tech

Ministry tackles software copyright violations

Enforcement efforts are underway in provinces and cities across the country following software owners’ requests to take stronger action to protect copyright and software ownership, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Inspectorate.
Vietnam pays heed to legal aid for the poor Society

Vietnam pays heed to legal aid for the poor

The Vietnamese Government has made great efforts in completing the legal system and organizing law enforcement to provide the best conditions for the poor and vulnerable groups to engage in political, socio-economic and cultural activities.
Thai naval vessels dock in Phu Quoc Politics

Thai naval vessels dock in Phu Quoc

Two Thai naval vessels, the H.T.M.S Rattanakonsin and the H.T.M.S Kamronsin, led by Colonel Papon Hanphaiboon, Deputy Chief of the Thai Maritime Enforcement, Zone 1, with 213 sailors docked at Phu Quoc port, the southern province of Kien Giang on December 3, beginning a friendly visit to Vietnam that will last through December 6.