Winners of Viet Solutions 2021 announced Sci-Tech

Winners of Viet Solutions 2021 announced

Winners of Viet Solutions 2021, a contest seeking digital transformation solutions for Vietnam, were announced at a ceremony held by the Ministry of Information and Communications in Hanoi on October 18.
More quality manpower needed for logistics sector Business

More quality manpower needed for logistics sector

Amid the logistics industry’s development and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, new logistics services have increased and required more quality and creative human resources, heard a forum held both in person and virtually on October 15.
Vietnam evolving rapidly in ICT: Official Sci-Tech

Vietnam evolving rapidly in ICT: Official

Vietnam is evolving robustly in information technology and telecommunications (ICT) and devising a strategy to grow further, said Nguyen Thanh Tuyen, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC)’ Information Technology Department, on October 14.
Plans for coastal transport development under discussion Business

Plans for coastal transport development under discussion

The Ministry of Transport will propose a special mechanism to develop a fleet of river-sea vessels serving the country’s scheme to develop coastal transport, Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The told at a national teleconference on development of waterway and coastal transport logistics in Hanoi on October 14.
Indonesia's special economic zones attract over 4.5 billion USD World

Indonesia's special economic zones attract over 4.5 billion USD

Nineteen operating Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in Indonesia have attracted a combined investment of 64.4 trillion rupiah (4.53 billion USD) and provided jobs for 23,000 workers, according to Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto.
Vietnam's economic growth to recover from Q4: Economist Business

Vietnam's economic growth to recover from Q4: Economist

The Vietnamese economy is likely to gradually recover from the fourth quarter of 2021 and escape the minus growth seen in the third quarter thanks to the activeness of the business community and the Government’s efforts to remove obstacles facing enterprises, held economist Nguyen Bich Lam who is former Director General of the General Statistics Office.
Efforts made to complete ship lock ahead of storm season Society

Efforts made to complete ship lock ahead of storm season

Ensuring a safe shelter for vessels during the storm season is a pressing need in Vietnam’s coastal provinces. With more than 3,000 boats, including more than 750 large-capacity offshore fishing vessels, the central province of Quang Nam is working hard to upgrade ship locks for thousands of boats to find shelter during storms.
Thailand's fruit exports increase sharply World

Thailand's fruit exports increase sharply

Thailand's fruit export between January and August this year generated 169 billion THB (about 5 billion USD), an increase of 46 percent year-on-year, according to the Thai Ministry of Commerce.
Indian official calls for renegotiation of India-ASEAN FTA World

Indian official calls for renegotiation of India-ASEAN FTA

Indian commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal on October 8 called for a renegotiation of the India-ASEAN free trade agreement (FTA) to prevent its misuse by third parties and pushed for a removal of trade and non-tariff barriers that have hurt Indian exports, reported The Economic Times.
Quang Yen town works to help Quang Ninh achieve double-digit growth Business

Quang Yen town works to help Quang Ninh achieve double-digit growth

With its advantage as a southwestern coastal urban area of Quang Ninh province, Quang Yen town has attracted many large projects in various fields. The town is exerting every effort to become a motivator helping Quang Ninh achieve the goal of double-digit growth in 2021 amidst complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nearly 1,000 medical personnel return to Hanoi from HCM City Society

Nearly 1,000 medical personnel return to Hanoi from HCM City

The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines operated five flights on October 5 to transport close to 1,000 medical workers and medical students back to Hanoi after they completed their mission in assisting the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and the pandemic situation in the southern region has changed for the better.