PetroVietnam subsidiaries brace for Storm Molave Environment

PetroVietnam subsidiaries brace for Storm Molave

As Storm Molave, the most powerful in 20 years, is fast approaching Vietnam, subsidiaries of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam or PVN) which are located in areas vulnerable to the storm, have proactively taken measures to protect oil and gas projects and assist local communities when necessary.
NA deputies mulls over two bills Politics

NA deputies mulls over two bills

The National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee continued its 10th session in Hanoi on October 22, giving opinions on a draft revised Law on Handling Administrative Violations and a draft Law on International Agreement.
SARS-CoV-2 testing possible for those wishing to go abroad Health

SARS-CoV-2 testing possible for those wishing to go abroad

Foreigners living and working in Vietnam and Vietnamese citizens needing to go abroad for work or study who require a certificate stating they are free of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus will be considered for testing, according to the Ministry of Health (MoH).
New circular helps perfect financial products and stock market: expert Business

New circular helps perfect financial products and stock market: expert

The State Securities Commission’s draft circular to replace an older one on the guidelines for securities trading is in line with modern trends, perfecting financial products and their diversities, adjusting trading time to suit the needs of domestic and foreign investors, said an expert.
Schools ready for new academic year Society

Schools ready for new academic year

More than 50 provinces and cities nationwide have announced schedules for the new school year and prepared scenarios to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic.
350 Vietnamese citizens fly home from Australia Society

350 Vietnamese citizens fly home from Australia

Vietnam’s competent agencies, its representative offices in Australia and the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines coordinated with Australia in repatriating 350 Vietnamese citizens amid the COVID-19 outbreak.