The Vietnamese Government looks to achieve 75 percent health insurance coverage in 2015 and 80 percent by 2020, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said on March 4th.
The central province of Nghe An granted investment licenses to 8 projects and signed 4 deals worth over USD967 million during an annual New Year meeting in Vinh city on March 4th.
Tariffs are scheduled to be eliminated on more than 95 percent of goods from Vietnam and Laos.
In 2014, Da Nang city spent nearly VND572 billion carrying out the program on building new style rural areas.
German expert Michael Waibel will make public a book of photographs on Hanoi titled “Hanoi – Capital city” on March 6th.
(CPV) - Top officials from Vietnam, the US and the international wildlife community on March 3rd launched the “Operation game change” campaign, coinciding with the World Wildlife Day.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has promised all possible help to Vietnam including introducing high-profile investors as strategic partners in the equitisation of Vietnamese State-owned enterprises (SOEs).
During the first days of the cold Spring in Ottawa, when the outdoor temperature of 20 below zero celsius visiting Burbs restaurant of Mr. Thanh and his wife named Loan, a couple of Vietnamese origin living in Canada’s Ottawa for over 30 years.
(CPV) - Vietnamese Taekwondo martial artists will compete in six events at the World Martial Arts Council Games 2015, to be held in Bangkok, Thailand from March 12th-22nd.
(CPV) – Foreign tourist arrivals to Vietnam in February 2015 reached 756,000, a 7.9% rise from the previous month, according the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Laos Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong arrived in Tokyo on March 4th, beginning his four-day official visit to commemorate the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries and expand bilateral political and economic relations.
Foreign business groups hailed Vietnam and HCM city's success in attracting FDI and boosting trade at a meeting with the city People's Committee on March 4th.
A 26-year-old photographer, named Michael Loffer travelled many places around the world including Vietnam to fight his depression.