Success in shrimp aquaculture from advanced technology Videos

Success in shrimp aquaculture from advanced technology

High-tech shrimp farming models complete with net houses, canvas-lined ponds, and water treatment plants require billions of Vietnam dong in investment per hectare. Their effectiveness, though, means that many farmers in the southern region are willing to give it a try.
Vinh Phuc bolstering effectiveness of social policy credit Society

Vinh Phuc bolstering effectiveness of social policy credit

Together with State investment, capital from social policy credit has been one of the most important factors that help many people in the northern province of Vinh Phuc escape from poverty, stabilise their lives, and earn higher incomes in recent years, contributing to ensuring social welfare.
More opportunities for Vietnamese to work seasonally in RoK Society

More opportunities for Vietnamese to work seasonally in RoK

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs has sent letters to city and provincial People’s Committees to guide signing and implementing agreements with the Republic of Korean (RoK)’s localities on sending Vietnamese workers there for seasonal work.
Demand for workers among construction companies down in Q1 Society

Demand for workers among construction companies down in Q1

Only 23.6 percent of construction companies in Vietnam had a greater demand for workers in the first quarter of this year compared to the previous quarter, while 20.1 percent said they needed fewer workers, a survey by the General Statistics Office (GSO) found.
Vietnam’s SMEs promoted in Czech Republic Business

Vietnam’s SMEs promoted in Czech Republic

The Vietnam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (VINASME) held a workshop in Prague on February 17 to help businesses in the Czech Republic learn firsthand about Vietnam’s business climate.
Year-end sees labour shortage Society

Year-end sees labour shortage

The final month of the lunar year sees a seasonal employment surge, however, the number of job seekers decline, making it difficult for enterprises to handle the trade of the upcoming Tet holidays.