The Ministry of Public Security in the afternoon of May 10, announced that the Police Investigation Department under the Ministry of Public Security (C46) prosecuted, arrested Nguyen Hoai Giang - former Chairman of the Executive Board, Pham Xuan Quang - former Chief Accountant of Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Co., Ltd, on the charge of “abusing position and power to appropriate assets.”
Customs officials in Sai Gon port and the department of smuggling prevention (C74) in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday announced to find around 3.3 tons of pangolin scales illegal imported from an African nation.
Police in the north-central Vietnamese province of Nghe An announced a 31 year old Bui Van Ba who was seen riding a motorcycle with his feet in a video that went viral on social media over the weekend received an administrative fine of VND7,150,000 ($314).
The customs office at Saigon Port under the Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department, in coordination with relevant forces, discovered and seized nearly 3.8 tonnes of pangolin scales which were hidden in two containers imported to Vietnam from Congo through Cat Lai port.
In a talk with Sai Gon Giai Phong reporter today, head of the National Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department (NAFIQAD) Nguyen Nhu Tiep said family-run coffee production facility owner in the central highlands province of Dak Nong can be criminally prosecuted as per the law.
On April 12, the fraud of ifan group accused of tripping 15 trillion dong is worsening when several investors strongly protested to Diep Khac Cuong's comments that he was not the co-founder of Modern Tech Company and not involved in the Ifan group project.
Phan Van Vinh, former Lieutenant General and former Director General of the Police General Department under the Ministry of Public Security (MoPS), has been taken into custody for the charge of “abusing position and power while performing duties” relating to a major online gambling ring.
On March 26, police officers from the Ministry of Public Security arrested two employees of Eximbank’s Ho Chi Minh City branch and seized boxes of documents related to an alleged fraud case of one customer valued at VND245 billion ($10.8 million).