Remittances to HCMC reach US$3.45 billion in eight months

Remittances to HCMC reach US$3.45 billion in eight months

According to the State Bank of Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City Branch, overseas remittances to the city were estimated to reach US$3.45 billion in the first eight months of this year and are expected to exceed $5 billion this year.
Mr. Hoang Chi Hung (L), chairman of the Press Photo Club under HCMC Journalists Association gives delegates at the seminar photobooks on sea and islands (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC connects overseas Vietnamese up to national sea, island sovereignty

The Overseas Vietnamese Committee of Ho Chi Minh City yesterday hosted a seminar on the role of overseas Vietnamese to the country’s sea and island sovereignty with the attendance of former Vice President Truong My Hoa and overseas Vietnamese from many countries.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and overseas Vietnamese at Homeland Spring Program 2019 (Photo: VNA)

Overseas Vietnamese inseparable part of country: President Nguyen Phu Trong

General Secretary, President Nguyen Phu Trong last night said that overseas Vietnamese is always an inseparable part of Vietnam and Vietnamese people at the Homeland Spring Program 2019 organized by the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Affairs in Vietnam under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in coordination with Hanoi People’s Committee. 
Overseas remittances is forecast to reach US$15.9 billion this year (Photo: SGGP)

Overseas remittances to Vietnam continue increasing

Overseas remittances to Vietnam is expected to reach US$15.9 billion this year, making the country one of the largest remittance receiving nations in the world, forecast the World Bank (WB).
HCMC supports overseas Vietnamese to start business

HCMC supports overseas Vietnamese to start business

State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Affairs in HCMC yesterday organized a dialogue between city agency leaders and overseas Vietnamese businesses to supply information about the city’s assistance polices for overseas Vietnamese, especially young people, to return the country, start up and contribute to the city’s development.

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (R) and Ambassador Nguyen Phu Binh (Source: VNA)

PM urges further support for overseas Vietnamese

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has wished that the Association for Liaison with Overseas Vietnamese (OV) would offer more support to Vietnamese nationals abroad so that they can better contribute to national development at home.
Overseas Vietnamese scientists in Victoria State participated in the grand opening ceremony of the scientific club

Scientific club for overseas Vietnamese opened

A scientific club for Vietnamese scientists working overseas has just been formally introduced in Melbourne City of Victoria State in Australia. This is supposed to be a place for different Vietnamese scientists working in Australia to gather together and exchange professional knowledge as well as support one another in daily life activities. It will also act as a link to scientists in other Australian states and Vietnam.