Chieng Yen - Promising land for tourism Destinations

Chieng Yen - Promising land for tourism

Chieng Yen commune in Van Ho district, northern Son La province, boasts wild and majestic natural landscapes that provide ideal conditions for it to develop community-based tourism. Its advantages are being developed by local authorities and villagers to generate incomes while promoting the traditional culture of the Thai and Muong ethnic minority people.
Nearly 4,000 land tax transactions conducted online Business

Nearly 4,000 land tax transactions conducted online

A pilot programme held in Thai Nguyen, Vinh Phuc, Binh Dinh and Tay Ninh provinces on making online payments for financial obligations relating to land recorded close to 4,000 successful transactions in more than four months.
National inspection drive aims to detect illegal immigrants Society

National inspection drive aims to detect illegal immigrants

The Minister of Public Security has ordered a national examination campaign to discover illegal immigrants in Vietnam, the Ministry of Public Security’s Spokesperson Lieut. Gen. To An Xo said at the Government’s regular press conference on May 5.
115 trillion VND for tax payment extension Business

115 trillion VND for tax payment extension

The total value of taxes and land lease fees under the Government’s recently-issued decree on the extension of deadlines for tax payment is 115 trillion VND (4.97 billion USD), heard a press conference of the Government on May 5.
Da Nang to develop international finance centre Business

Da Nang to develop international finance centre

The People’s Committee of central Dang Nang city and the Import-Export Pan Pacific Group (IPPG) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the development of an international and regional finance centre to attract investors in the future.
Land subsidence endangers Mekong Delta Environment

Land subsidence endangers Mekong Delta

The overexploitation of groundwater in the Mekong Delta has contributed to severe land subsidence, which could lead to devastating consequences if the practice continues, experts have said.