Friday, 03 Jul 2015
Boosting Hanoi - Australia development cooperation
The Hanoitimes - Vice Chairman of Hanoi People's Committee Le Hong Son received a delegation of Australian Political Exchange Council led by Senator Matthew Merry during his working visit in Vietnam in Hanoi on July 2.
PM Dung calls for strong army to respond to new challenges
The Hanoitimes - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung called for a strong army able to respond to emerging challenges presented by today’s increasingly complicated, rapidly changing and unpredictable world.
Vietnam objects to Cambodian extremists’ violent actions
The Hanoitimes - Vietnam strongly criticises recent violent actions by some Cambodian extremists that violate both Vietnam and Cambodia’s laws as well as treaties and agreements signed by both sides, stated Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Le Hai Binh.
1.3 billion USD in ODA mobilised for power development
The Hanoitimes - The National Power Transmission Corporation has mobilised 70.65 trillion VND (3.36 billion USD), including 1.3 billion USD of official development assistance (ODA), in the past five years for its power projects.
The Republic of Korea leads in Vietnam's FDI in the first half of 2015
The Hanoitimes - According to the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the Republic of Korea surpassed 48 countries and territories to become the top investing country in Vietnam, with total registered capital worth 1.52 billion USD.
Northern investors migrating south
The Hanoitimes - There has been a rising trend of Hanoians buying properties in central and southern provinces.
VNAT and MobiFone cooperate to promote Vietnamese tourism
The Hanoitimes - A cooperative agreement on promoting international arrivals to Vietnam and attracting more domestic tourists was signed by the National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the telecommunications group MobiFone in Hanoi last weekend.
Smarter Travel: Vietnam is the place to go, with good reasons
The Hanoitimes - Website SmarterTravel has listed nine reasons explaining why Vietnam is becoming the best place to go in Southeast Asia , including food, language, hospitality, history and amazing sites.
Vietnam Airlines offers special promotion on Japan route
The Hanoitimes - The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines is offering a promotion on its flights between Hanoi and Japan’s Haneda Airport in Tokyo on the occasion of the route’s one year anniversary.
10 dishes you must try next time you’re in Hanoi
The Hanoitimes - No matter where you go around the globe, every major city puts its own spin on food, whether they're serving a slightly different version of a familiar favourite or a strange (to you) dish.
The three ancient villages in Hanoi’s suburbs
The Hanoitimes - Visiting the old villages of a few hundred years old, you will enjoy the quiet spaces of the countryside and discover the traditional architecture of Vietnam.
Splendid gates mark ancient West Lake villages
The Hanoitimes - Located in Tay Ho district and running along the West Lake's southern bank, Thuy Khue street has preserved its typical rural Vietnamese features of ancient pagodas and village gates.
Reviewing to reduce maximumly fees and charges in agriculture
The Hanoitimes - The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has set up a special committee to review fees and charges, revealed Minister Cao Duc Phat at a press conference in Hanoi on July 1.
Announcing Foreign Investment Portal
The Hanoitimes - The Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment launched the Vietnam portal on foreign investment procedures on June 29.
Vietnam’s economic development potential presented in Germany
The Hanoitimes - Vietnam Fatherland Front President Nguyen Thien Nhan overviewed his country’s economic development potential to an audience of German politicians, businesspersons and bankers on June 29 as part of his working visit to the European nation.
Vietnamese gay film to attend Montreal World Film Festival
The Hanoitimes - Vietnamese gay film, Cầu vồng không sắc (Rainbow without colours), directed by Nguyen Quang Tuyen, has been invited to compete in the Montreal World Film Festival.
First Vietnam Culture Day sparks in Seoul
The Hanoitimes - Vietnamese traditions and colours filled Seoul as the first Vietnam Culture Day was held in the Republic of Korea (RoK) on June 28.
Artwork on Vietnam War on display in Singapore
The Hanoitimes - A collection of art featuring the Vietnam War from 1954-1975 is being showcased at the National University of Singapore’s Museum.
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