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Global links key to rural growth

Business

Global links key to rural growth

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has asked agencies to enhance linkages between cities and provinces nationwide and other countries to form a global network for the OCOP programme.

Non-retail services help fill up shopping centres

Business

Non-retail services help fill up shopping centres

Recognising the threat online retail channels, owners of shopping centres will have to explore the use of retail space for non-conventional uses, particularly education, flexible workspaces and fitness clubs, according to Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated (JLL).

Summer field trip programme examines Mekong Delta

Society

Summer field trip programme examines Mekong Delta

Foreign and Vietnamese lecturers and postgraduates will conduct research about landslides, river pollution, climate-change adaptation, transnational marriages and Khmer migration as part of the Summer School & Field Trip 2019 from March 18-31 in the Mekong Delta.

Minister highlights Vietnam’s commitment to gender equality at UN forum

Society

Minister highlights Vietnam’s commitment to gender equality at UN forum

Vietnam will focus on completing its social welfare legal and policy system while prioritising the reform of social insurance and life-long learning for women and girls, and creating jobs for elderly and migration women, thus fulfilling the gender equality targets, stated Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) Dao Ngoc Dung.

 Vietnam attends third ASOSAI – EUROSAI joint conference

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Vietnam attends third ASOSAI – EUROSAI joint conference

A Vietnamese delegation led by Deputy Auditor General Doan Xuan Tien attended the third joint conference between the Asian Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI) and the European Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (EUROSAI) held in Jerusalem, Israel on March 11.

HCM City developers seek greener pastures

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HCM City developers seek greener pastures

Many property developers in Ho Chi Minh City are moving to neighbouring provinces and cities and even as far away as the central region as city authorities are issuing fewer licences and legal procedures elsewhere are simpler.