Policy credit supports poor households Society

Policy credit supports poor households

The capital amounts may be small to many urban families but thanks to them, those in rural and ethnic minority areas have escaped poverty and enriched themselves. ​
Deputy PM, WB Vice President hold talks Politics

Deputy PM, WB Vice President hold talks

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue held talks in Hanoi on September 23 with Senior Vice President and chief economist of the World Bank Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, who is in Vietnam to attend the Vietnam Reform and Development Forum 2019.
Australia helps Timor Leste build gas pipeline World

Australia helps Timor Leste build gas pipeline

The 2 billion AUD (1.4 billion USD) Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP) is negotiating with Timor Leste on the financing of a gas pipeline worth 500 million AUD (350 million USD) that will connect with a gas plant to be built on the coast of the south Southeast Asian country.
Efforts to ease Agent Orange pain Videos

Efforts to ease Agent Orange pain

The war has been over for a long time, but the Agent Orange disaster still exists, affecting life and health of many Vietnamese generations.
Vietnam - Southeast Asia’s new hottest startup ecosystem Business

Vietnam - Southeast Asia’s new hottest startup ecosystem

“Vietnam is shaping up to be Southeast Asia’s next hottest startup ecosystem” is the title of an article recently posted on the website of TechinAsia – the largest English-language technology media company in Singapore that focuses on Asia.
Vietnam hopes for further support in access to ODA: Deputy PM Business

Vietnam hopes for further support in access to ODA: Deputy PM

As official development assistance (ODA) plays an important role in the country’s socio-economic development, Vietnam hopes to receive further supports from its partners to diversify capital sources, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh said on July 10.