This law version bans the debt collection service.
Many restaurants in Hanoi still open despite ban due to Covid-19 spread
Many restaurants in Hanoi are still open, ignoring the local authorities’ ban for Covid-19 prevention.
Daytime cargo transport ban: pros and cons
The Ho Chi Minh City administration is scrutinizing a plan to shift goods transport from the daytime to the nighttime to ease traffic congestion in the city center.
Experts propose banning electronic cigarettes in Vietnam
Many experts have proposed banning electronic cigarette sales, production and advertising in Vietnam as it contains nicotine that can cause cancer and damage people’s health.
Ban on drinking scenes on TV
As part of a new decree, actors on TV or in film will only be able to drink alcohol in scenes which depict historical figures or condemn this behaviour.
Hanoi bans lorries and construction during Tet
Vu Van Vien, director of the Hanoi Department of Transport speaks about its plan to keep good transport flow for Hanoi during upcoming new year festivals.
VN Health Ministry proposes e-cigarette and shisha ban
Nguyen Huy Quang, head of the Ministry of Health’s Legal Affairs Department talks to about the ministry’s proposal to ban e-cigarettes and shisha.
Vietnam bans drones from around airports
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has sent an urgent dispatch asking concerned ministries and agencies to strengthen management over unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), also known as drones, to ensure air traffic safety.
Dangerous weedkiller still used despite ban
Despite its negative effects on human health and the environment and a Government ban from February, Paraquat is still being traded in Vietnam, the Vietnam News Agency has reported.
Vietnam's Health Ministry warns against use of 'funky balls'
The Ministry of Health has issued a warning to not sell or use nitrous oxide N20, a colourless and sweet tasting gas, for recreational purposes.
Vietnam bans glyphosate-based weed-killers
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development issued a decision on April 10, banning the use of weed-killers containing glyphosate, which is deemed to do harm to both the environment and human health.