According to Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Duong Anh Duc, the southern metropolis has implemented relatively effective communication work over the past time during the fight against Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the Ministry of Education and Training’s amended draft, tuition fee rates in non-autonomous public schools for the academic year 2023-2024 will not increase, ranging from VND12 million-VND24.5 million a year.
Currently, tuition fees in higher education facilities are extremely high impeding students from poor families to continue pursuing their studies. So it is time to balance education quality and students’ access.
The lending interest rates have returned to the interest rate before the Covid-19 epidemic, but the credit in the first 7 months of the year only grew by 4.03 percent, reaching one-third of the plan of the year.
Vietnam’s import and export turnover from the beginning of the year to now is more than US$230 billion, a decrease of 15.4 percent or $42.1 billion over the same period last year. Of which, export turnover reached $118.58 billion, down 12.8 percent.
Over the years, the development of private healthcare facilities in Ho Chi Minh City has provided patients in HCMC and neighboring localities with more choices of healthcare services, helping to reduce the burden placed on public hospitals.
Vietnamese and foreign tourists will have a chance to visit the headquarters building of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City - the national architectural and artistic monument on the upcoming national holidays.
Ho Chi Minh City and Australian localities still have a lot of potential for cooperation in developing high-quality human resources, said Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen.
Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen proposed that the city should be given the right to proactively issue policies to mobilize financial resources for investment and education development.