Most pressing crimes handled: Gov’t report at NA session Politics

Most pressing crimes handled: Gov’t report at NA session

Minister of Public Security General To Lam presented a Government report on the prevention and control of crime and legal violations this year during the 14th National Assembly (NA)’s ongoing 10th session on October 26, during which he affirmed that almost all serious cases that drew public concern were investigated and brought to light.
UN discussion calls for legal framework to respond to pandemic World

UN discussion calls for legal framework to respond to pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the weak points and vulnerability of the international community as well as loopholes in the global legal systems, which must be addressed so as to increase resilience and enhance capacity to cope with future pandemics and challenges, said Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy, head of Vietnamese mission to the UN.
State Audit Office strengthens technological adoption Business

State Audit Office strengthens technological adoption

The initial results of the application of technology in audit activities not only improved audit efficiency but also set further requirements for innovation in auditing in the digital era. To make technology more widespread in the field, the State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV) must continue to study the matter and act accordingly.
Hesitation slows down SOE equitisation Business

Hesitation slows down SOE equitisation

Despite numerous efforts of the Government in speeding up the equitisation of State-owned enterprises, some ministries, sectors, localities and economic groups have showed ineffective performance in the work, thus slowing down the progress of the scheme.
New role of State Audit in attracting new-generation FDI  ​ Business

New role of State Audit in attracting new-generation FDI ​

The State Audit of Vietnam (SAV), through its regular auditing activities, has discovered many violations of law by foreign-invested enterprises in various fields such as environmental protection, land use, and transfer pricing, said Deputy Auditor General Doan Xuan Tien.
Ministry tightens corporate bond issuances to prevent risks Business

Ministry tightens corporate bond issuances to prevent risks

The corporate bond market had seen exponential growth in recent years as banking credit for several sectors was narrowed, forcing firms to shift to bond issuance to raise capital, Nguyen Khac Quoc Bao, head of the Financial and Bank Department at the HCM City Economics University, told Thoi bao Kinh doanh (Business Times).
Vietnam should not become drug transit route: PM Society

Vietnam should not become drug transit route: PM

Vietnam must avoid becoming one of the world’s major transit points for illegal drugs, according to a directive issued recently by Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam on behalf of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.