Hanoi aims to receive 39 million tourists by 2025 Travel

Hanoi aims to receive 39 million tourists by 2025

Hanoi has set itself a target to greet 35-39 million tourists by 2025, including 8-9 million foreigners, earning about 151 trillion VND (6.53 billion USD), under the city’s recently-launched tourism development strategy with a view to 2030.
International vocational training to be extended across country Society

International vocational training to be extended across country

Vocational training schools in Vietnam will continue to use curricula transferred from Australia and Germany until the end of 2020 and 2025, respectively, following the Prime Minister’s approval to extend the technical vocational education and training (TVET) reform plan.
2018 a successful year for wood industry Business

2018 a successful year for wood industry

2018 was a successful year for the wood industry, with the export of wood products earning the country over 8.9 billion USD (not including non-wood forestry products), up 14.5 percent from the previous year.
Da Nang seeks to boost trade, investment ties with Canada Business

Da Nang seeks to boost trade, investment ties with Canada

A delegation of central Da Nang city led by Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Truong Quang Nghia visited big cities of Canada from August 30 - September 2 to promote cooperation between localities and the two countries in general, especially in trade and investment.
APPF annual meeting officially opens in Hanoi Politics

APPF annual meeting officially opens in Hanoi

It is a great honour for Vietnam to host an APPF annual meeting for the second time and the country appreciates support from APPF members, said National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan.
Vietnam National University continues to adopt CDIO Society

Vietnam National University continues to adopt CDIO

The Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City (VNUHCM) will continue to adopt conceiving-designing-implementing-operating (CDIO) as the framework for its member universities’ curriculum planning and outcome-based assessment until 2020.