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A code of conduct for artists

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism is finalizing the draft code of conduct for Vietnamese artists.

Civil servants go to office to work, not to show off fashion

Dinh Van Minh, Director of the Legal Department under the Government Inspectorate supports the Ministry of Home Affairs' decision on banning civil servants from going to the office in jeans, T-shirts without lapels, shorts and high-cut skirts.


VN ministries set strict requirements on civil servants’ clothing at work

The codes of conduct previously released by other ministries and local authorities do not include detailed requirements on dressing at work or a ban on wearing jeans that was recently issued the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).

Ministry of Home Affairs asks civil servants not to work in jeans

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has told civil servants and public employees to dress properly at work, with no jeans.


Code of Conduct in the East Sea: a long and arduous road

During the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) on September 12, the ASEAN Foreign Ministers once again called for the early completion of the Code of Conduct in the East Sea (COC). But obstacles remain.

New code of conduct to be introduced in 2020 for securities business

 A new code of conduct will be introduced in 2020 to improve the ethical standards of brokerage firms and brokers, according to the Vietnam Association of Securities Businesses (VASB).


US senators oppose China’s actions in East Sea

Ely Ratner, former Deputy National Security Advisor to former Vice President Joe Biden, on July 29 (local time) posted on his Twitter a letter of four US senators opposing China’s actions in the East Sea.

Strong internal controls can enhance profitability

 VietNamNet Bridge – A strong internal control system would enhance efficiency and profitability and reduce risks and costs for companies, 

ASEAN, China senior officials talk East Sea code of conduct

 VietNamNet Bridge – A Vietnamese delegation led by Deputy Foreign Minister Pham Quang Vinh, attended the sixth ASEAN-China Senior Officials' Meeting, held in Suzhou city, Jiangsu province.