PM Dung: quality of workforce tops strategy Society

PM Dung: quality of workforce tops strategy

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has informed ASEAN labour ministers of the Vietnamese Government’s policy of prioritising the quality of its workforce in its strategy for sustainable development.

Thai economy on road to recovery

Thailand’s economy has expanded two quarters in a row, and is expected to do so again next year, the National News Bureau of Thailand reported, citing sources from the Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board.
Catholic Church opens Jubilee Year Society

Catholic Church opens Jubilee Year

Archbishop Cardinal Pham Minh Man launched the Jubilee Year 2010 on November 23 with a call on the Vietnamese Catholics community to show love to each other and to all for the development of the nation and society as a whole.

2010 Jubilee Year for Catholics begins

The opening ceremony announcing the start of the 2010 Jubilee Year will take place in the Parish Church at So Kien in the northern province of Ha Nam from November 23-24, reported a government official.

Thai economy emerges from recession

Thailand's economy emerged from recession in the second quarter as manufacturing grew and the government increased spending, said the country’s Economic & Social Development Board (NESDB).
Japanese studies discussed in Vietnam Culture - Sports

Japanese studies discussed in Vietnam

The Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences has suggested the establishment of a centre for Vietnam-Japan exchange, research and cooperation to facilitate Vietnamese researchers in conducting Japanese studies.
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Vietnam, Mexico discuss indigenous people’s development

Vice Chairman of the Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs (CEMA) Son Phuoc Hoan has discussed with Mexican government officials policies for indigenous people’s relating to education, culture, health, hunger eradication, poverty reduction and women and children’s issues.

Co To island urged to boost economic development

Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Central Committee (CPVCC) and Head of the CPVCC’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation Ha Thi Khiet has urged the Co To island district in the northern province of Quang Ninh to try its best to boost economic development and ensure national defence and security.