Vietnam okays e-visa for citizens of 80 countries from July 1
The government also revealed a list of border gates and airports that will allow the entry of e-visa holders.
Administrative reform remains core in Vietnam gov’t drive for 5%-GDP growth
An expert suggested local authorities take the pro-active approach to review and streamline the approval process for foreign-invested projects in order to attract the next FDI wave.
Vietnam probes officials over allegation of accepting bribes from Japan firm
General To Lam, Vietnamese minister of Public Security, said the Vietnamese authorities are cooperating with Japanese parties to clarify the issue.
Vietnam to handle five corruption cases involving top leaders
Many senior officials, including a Politburo member, have been involved in the high-profile cases.
Vietnam finance ministry to investigate bribery allegation of Japanese firm
The allegation is a serious matter directly affecting Vietnam’s business environment at a time government agencies are determined to fight corruption, said Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung.
Vietnam repatriates citizens from Netherlands, France, Japan
So far, the country has repatriated nearly 4,000 citizens from dozens of countries.
Japanese firm alleged to bribe Vietnam tax officials with US$232,000
Head of Bac Ninh province Taxation Department said the information published on Japanese media could not be verified until the CEO of Tenma Vietnam returns to Vietnam.
Vietnam named best Covid-19 performer globally: Politico
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said the government's strict response had helped contain the virus.
Vietnam continues repatriating citizens as global coronavirus cases pass 5 million
The upcoming repatriation flights will help roughly 2,000 people fly home.
Vietnam yet to declare end of Covid-19 after 36 days without community infection
Vietnam should only declare Covid-19 free nationwide when all Covid-19 patients have been cured and there is no longer any risk of infection from overseas.
Vietnam takes lead in support for government’s pandemic handling
Up to 98% of local people are satisfied with the government's response to the crisis.
Time is ripe for Vietnam to join Abolition of Forced Labor Convention
Vietnam’s participation in Convention 105 will contribute to the implementation of Vietnam’s foreign policy of international integration.
Huge shipment of made-in-Vietnam personal protective equipment arrives in New York
This is a “huge” order of medical supplies including protective suits, face masks, and gloves that the US bought from Vietnam recently.
US CDC commits US$3.9 million for Covid-19 activities in Vietnam
Building on the partnership with US CDC, Vietnam is currently at the forefront of global efforts to prevent, detect, and respond to Covid-19.
Vietnam repatriates citizens from India amid tightened lockdown
Many Vietnamese people traveled thousands of kilometers from different parts of India to gather in New Delhi for the repatriation flight.
Vietnam leaders attend opening of parliament's month-long session
The month-long session will include an online meeting and gathering at the National Assembly Headquarters in Hanoi.
Vietnam parliament holds first-ever online meeting
No interpellations will be included at the month-long session.
Covid-19 - catalyst for Vietnam to reap benefits from global digital economy
Covid-19 showed the urgency for governments to go digital, and fast with their public services, said a World Bank executive.
Foreigners stranded in Vietnam due to Covid-19 can stay until June 30
Foreign visitors can stay or leave the country from now throughout June 30 without doing any paperwork.
Vietnam admiral stands military court over land mismanagement
The admiral may face a jail sentence to between 7 and 12 years after the three-day trial.