Truong Quang Hoai Nam, deputy chairman of Can Tho city People’s Committee, yesterday afternoon answered press queries about the decision to return 20 diamonds and 19,910 artificial stones to Thao Luc Jewelry Shop in one hundred dollar exchange case.
Deputy chairman of Can Tho city People’s Committee Truong Quang Hoai Nam has assigned relevant agencies to do necessary procedures to exempt Mr. Nguyen Ca Re from the penalty of VND90 million (US$3,860) for selling an one hundred US dollar note to an ineligible jewelry shop.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Economic Court has once again adjourned the suit filed by taxi operator Vinasun against ride-hailing service Grab, which accuses it of unfair business practices and demands compensation.
The People’s Committee of Can Tho city yesterday presided over a working session with State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) in the city and the city’s Police Department on heavy penalty for one hundred US dollar note change.
Standing deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh yesterday required the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) to report the legality and rationality of Can Tho city People’s Committee’s Decision to fine a man VND90 million (US$3,854) for selling a one hundred US dollar note to a jewelry shop.
Police in the central province of Nghe An, in collaboration with the Drug Crime Investigation Department under the Ministry of Public Security, on October 26 discovered a group of Lao citizens smuggling drugs into Vietnam.
Can Tho city Police Department yesterday organized a press conference, providing official information about the case in which an electrician was penalized VND90 million for selling a US$100 note to an ineligible jewelry shop in the city.
The People’s Committee of Can Tho city on September 4 made a decision to impose a fine of VND90 million (US$3,857) on a man for selling US$100 note to a jewelry shop ineligible for buying foreign currency.