Decree amends regulations on cross-border advertising activities in Vietnam Society

Decree amends regulations on cross-border advertising activities in Vietnam

Advertising service providers inside and outside the country engaging in cross-border advertising activities in Vietnam must abide by regulations on advertisement, cybersecurity, as well as management, provision and use of Internet services and online information, and must pay tax in line with tax-related laws, according to a new Government decree.
Incentives to be made more specific Business

Incentives to be made more specific

The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) has announced plans to issue more specific criteria for special investment incentives to better attract foreign direct investment (FDI).
New hope found for most endangered turtle in Vietnam Environment

New hope found for most endangered turtle in Vietnam

With his love and responsibility for the conservation of wild animals, Nguyen Van Long has spent a lot of time since 2017 for field trips to find descendants for Hoan Kiem turtle. Thanks to his endless efforts, a new ray of hope was seen.
Wood industry regains growth momentum Business

Wood industry regains growth momentum

Despite a tough year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the national wood sector looks set to achieve its export turnover target of 12 billion USD, and some wood processing businesses have so many orders while they are in short of workers to complete them, according to the Vietnam Timber and Forest Product Association (Vietforest).
'Funky balls' could be added to banned drug list Society

'Funky balls' could be added to banned drug list

The Government has asked the Ministry of Public Security to study and add recreational nitrous oxide balloons, also known as funky balls, to the list of drugs and precursor substances for strict management and supervision.
HCM City: State budget collections down 12.4 pct Business

HCM City: State budget collections down 12.4 pct

State budget collections in HCM City in the first four months were estimated at over 117 trillion VND (5 billion USD), 28.9 percent of the estimate and down 12.4 percent year-on-year, the city’s Statistics Office reported.