|PM hosts Japanese businesses, Bulgaria minister|
|Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hosted a delegation of Japanese businesses led by Yoichi Kobayashi, Chairman of the Mekong-Japan Business Cooperation Committee from the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) in Hanoi on October 18.|
Flooding is a painful condition in Vietnam today. The rain in the past two months that affected many areas in HCMC.
|Japanese exchange of ODA to Vietnam in fiscal year 2016|
|Boosting startup spirit among Vietnamese companies|
|Vietnam carriers buy 40 Airbus planes|
|Vietnam first records US$2 billion trade surplus with G20|
The Trade Union of the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) and the All-Russian Electric Trade Union (ARETU) have signed an agreement on delegation exchange for 2016-2021.
|ASEAN health ministers join hand to combat Zika|
|HCM city and Osaka cooperates on low carbon emission|
|New plan aims to reduce poverty by 1-1.5 percent each year|
|Osaka helps transform HCM City to low carbon hub|
The official launch of Camelia Homes- the latest real estate product of renowned Malaysia-backed developer Gamuda Land Vietnam- is slated to take place this upcoming weekend (September 24) at 9am at Gamuda Gardens Club in Hanoi-based award-winning integrated township Gamuda Gardens, with special attractive promotions available for early-bird registrations.
|Calls for new property investment law|
|$4.1 billion tourism complex appeals for unprecedented incentives|
|Tourism property market picks up|
|Deputy PM urges more social housing|
Vietnamese and Indonesian artists are displaying their artworks at an international exhibition on contemporary dialogue at the Crowne Plaza West Hanoi until late this month.
|Hue sets out plan to build a museum street|
|Jackpot for Vietnamese film in China festival|
|Dak Lak to combine coffee-gong culture festivals|
|Dong Ho folk paintings|
On Oct., 12, National University of Civil Engineering (NUCE) and Shimizu Corporation co-organized a seminar “Advanced Construction Technologies of Japan” at NUCE.
- Tokyo University Completes Nation’s First Wave Power Plant in Northern Japan
- Hitachi Construction Machinery Opens ICT-Integrated Machine Demonstration Site in Ibaraki Prefecture
- JR East Reveals Architect Kengo Kuma’s Design of New Station on Tokyo’s Yamanote Line
- Japanese Contractor Shimizu Develops Rebar Placement Assisting Robot That Can Cut Labor by Half
Located in the southeast of the Red River Delta, Nam Dinh province retains many traditions, customs, beliefs, festivals, traditional crafts, and historical and cultural relics. The province has become a popular tourist destination in recent years.
|Vietnam has one of the least powerful passports in Southeast Asia|
|VN Administration of Tourism to review standards at 3 to 5-star hotels|
|EIU: Vietnam determined to promote tourism|
|Ninh Binh seeks to promote Trang An landscape complex values|
Artists from the Vietnam National Opera and Ballet will perform the romantic ballet “Giselle”at the Hanoi Opera House on October 21 and 22.
Folk dancing has long been an inseparable part of the K’ho ethnic minority culture.
|Hanoi to launch first book street in December|
|360 tourists book adventure tour of Son Doong Cave|
|Cham ethnic group celebrates traditional festival|
|Huế sets out plan to build a museum street|