Managers, experts and scientists shared their views on cultural and natural heritage’s contributions to Vietnam's sustainable development as well as socio-economic development in localities at an international conference in Hanoi on March 24.
E-visa holders might be able to stay in Vietnam for up to 90 days, three times longer than the current 30 days, according to a proposed amended Law on Foreigners’ Entry into, Exit from, Transit Through, and Residence in Vietnam.
As many as 43 Vietnamese travel agencies are introducing attractive tourism products and services at the International Travel Trade Show (ITB) 2023, which takes place in Berlin, Germany from March 7-9.
Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Kim Son said that the Ministry focused on intellectual development in the Mekong Delta region by increasing the proportion of university students, and expanding the educational institutions.
Ho Chi Minh City Urban Infrastructure Construction Investment Projects Management Board started construction on the Tham Luong- Ben Cat- Nuoc Len canal infrastructure construction and environmental renovation project on February 23.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on February 22 suggested China’s Hainan province enhance its exchange and cooperation with Vietnamese ministries, agencies and localities, particularly Ho Chi Minh City and the northern province of Quang Ninh.
The Global Innovation Index 2022 (GII) by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) reveals that Vietnam has a higher position than other nations in the same income group, showing great attention of the nation to innovation via proper policies
HCMC needs to overcome two immediate problems: institutional bottlenecks must be removed to absorb investment capital from all economic sectors, and the government must actually accompany businesses to strengthen the market's confidence.
President of Cote d’Ivoire Alassane Ouattara has spoken highly of Vietnam's achievements in socio-economic development and international integration, affirming that it has always been a model for his country.
While patients and medical staff have to battle with the old, degraded medical facilities, many new construction and expansion projects faced bottlenecks along the way while others started sluggishly. On the other hand, delays in site clearance and lack of synchronization in equipment procurement have also impeded hospital construction projects’ progress.
According to Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen, the southern largest city’s task in 2023 will be heavy; therefore, leaders and responsible agencies must be more flexible and determined in their direction and management. More creative and proactive solutions are needed to mobilize all resources for the city’s development.