Former PVN President Nguyen Quoc Khanh suspended from work Society

Former PVN President Nguyen Quoc Khanh suspended from work

Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has signed a decision to suspend Nguyen Quoc Khanh, former President and CEO of the PetroVietnam (PVN) from his work as a member of the Office of the National Steering Committee on Power Development.
Draft law on Cyber Security debated Society

Draft law on Cyber Security debated

Some proposals in the draft Law on Cyber Security by the Ministry of Public Security are not consistent with international commitments Vietnam has made.
Death sentence to former Ocean Bank Director General Nguyen Xuan Son Society

Death sentence to former Ocean Bank Director General Nguyen Xuan Son

The People’s Court of Hanoi on September 29 sentenced Nguyen Xuan Son, former Director General of Ocean Bank, to death and Ha Van Tham, former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the bank, to life imprisonment for wrongdoings in State management, property appropriation, credit operation, and power abuse.
Tra fish exports to US remain steady Business

Tra fish exports to US remain steady

Vietnam’s tra fish exports to the United States have remained stable after it imposed a demand that exporting countries demonstrate their food safety control system is equivalent to that of the US.
Thailand suspends Peace TV’s broadcasting World

Thailand suspends Peace TV’s broadcasting

Thailand has suspended the broadcast license held by the satellite-based Peace TV led by red-shirt leaders for 30 days because its two recent programmes were deemed detrimental to national security.
Philippines upholds ban on open-pit mining World

Philippines upholds ban on open-pit mining

The Philippines' Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Roy Cimatu said on July 31 he would not lift a ban on open-pit mining imposed in April in an anti-pollution crackdown.
Former Thai PM faces new legal troubles World

Former Thai PM faces new legal troubles

The National Anti-Corruption Committee of Thailand expects to wrap up its probe into alleged dereliction of duty by former PM Yingluck Shinawatra and 33 former cabinet members in her administration by September, local media reported on July 27.
Market oversight to be tightened Business

Market oversight to be tightened

The State Securities Commission might suspend the operation of the two local stock exchanges and the Vietnam Securities Depository if they cause investors to lose legal benefits and rights.