Director of the HCMC Department of Transport Bui Xuan Cuong yesterday had an urgent meeting with the Steering Center for Urban Flood Control Program, Binh Thanh district and the investor of the smart pumping system in Nguyen Huu Canh street which was still flooded during a heavy rain on October 17 despite the system’s operation.
Those who have legally applied for certificates of land use right and house ownership have been annoyed while those who have violated the laws in house construction can gain the certificates quickly if they give money under the table.
The Ministry of Defense yesterday handed over 7,379 square meters of defense land along Truong Chinh street for HCMC to develop traffic infrastructure, in the hope of reducing traffic jam in areas surrounding Tan Son Nhat Airport.
The digital aspect of the global economy is among the leading drivers of growth and development, and the foundation for increased industrial productivity, as well as creating opportunities for businesses, stated Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam at the 2017 Viet Nam Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Investment Forum (VIF) held yesterday in Hà Nội.
People’s Committee in Ho Chi Minh City and health inspectors have issued fines to five medicine clinics in the city because they have fallen foul of regulations in the field of treatment, advertising and collecting higher fee than normal.
Representatives from the France’s High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (HCERES) yesterday gave certificates to four universities in Vietnam for accreditation for international standards.
Top fifty IT firms of Vietnam earn over VND20,676 billion ($930 million) in revenue hiring 35,542 employees, the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) wrote in its books released yesterday in Hanoi.
When Vietnam removed subsidy mechanism and opened the market in 1986, Cholimex Food Company started travelling to many countries to seek partners without result. Not giving up, it has continued efforts and exported products to over 30 countries.
The High-level People’s Court in Ho Chi Minh City started hearing an appeal by pharmaceutical company VN Pharma on October 19, in the case related to the smuggling and forging of documents to import cancer drug.