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Businesses and experts are still concerned over the impact on production of overtime hours that are not increased for seasonal jobs.
Experts reiterated the significance of respecting international regulations in settling disputes in the East Sea at a recent conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Over 50 experts from research institutes and universities in the Czech Republic gathered at a recent workshop in Prague on resolving disputes in the East Sea.
As new policies and trade deals change the focus of M&A inflows to Vietnam, the government needs to remove legal barriers and push SOE divestment.
Scholars, lawyers and experts from Russia, the US, the Philippines, Japan, Pakistan and Vietnam gathered at an international seminar in Moscow on June 27 to seek peaceful resolutions to the East Sea issue.
VietNamNet Bridge – The National Museum of History will develop a 3D exhibition showcasing valuable documents on Viet Nam’s sovereignty,
Some 130 former voluntary officers and experts in central Thanh Hoa province were granted orders and medals from the Lao Government for their services with its national liberation cause.
The Government's proposal to issue US$3 billion in international bonds may be the best solution to handle the country's rising national debt, said several vocal economic analysts and government officials.
Only those enterprises that are fully prepared for the battle to come will thrive and survive in regional and global integration.
VietNamNet Bridge – A pool of at least 1000 experts in different fields that can be tapped for consultative and analytical services for various projects will be developed by 2016, it was reported at a recent workshop.
VietNamNet Bridge – While the government agencies’ reports affirm the obvious recovery of the national economy, economists don’t keep such optimism.
VietNamNet Bridge – Only several overseas Vietnamese scientists and lecturers have been given the titles of professors or associate professors so far.
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in conjunction with Australia’s Monash University hosted an international seminar in Hanoi on June 5 to discuss policies to efficiently deal with climate change in Vietnam.