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At the Viet Nam Industrial Construction Corporation (Vinaincon)’s annual general meeting this year a report from its supervisory board said the company achieved only 77.5 per cent of its revenue target in 2018.

Vietnamese, Japanese Prime Ministers hold talks

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc held talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on July 1 as part of his attendance at the G20 Summit and visit to Japan.

Tourist schools receive big training orders as travel firms lack workers

Travel firms now tend to place orders for workers directly with training establishments, as some schools say the number of graduates ordered by travel firms has been increasing by 5,000 each year.

Efforts made to develop human resources in climate change studies

 

Vietnam is among the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change, with massive exposure to natural hazards.

 

Maritime industry lacks human resources

 VietNamNet Bridge – Universities need to train nearly 15,000 navigating officers and other shipping personnel by 2020 to address a shortage of human resources in the maritime industry, 

10 years on, Vietnam’s vision of strong sea-based economy faces rows of roadblocks

Vietnam is reaping the benefits of a national strategy laid out 10 years ago to garner riches from the country’s long coastline, over 3,000 islands and abundant water areas three times the size of its land mass.

More graduates needed for social sciences, humanities fields

 VietNamNet Bridge – Economic development in recent years has shown the importance of the social sciences and humanities, but the number of graduates trained in these fields has failed to meet demand, 

How is Vietnam preparing for AI in human resources?

VietNamNet Bridge - Data, algorithms and a good workforce are the three prerequisites that will determine the quality of AI products, according to experts.

Industry 4.0 response has to happen in real life

Chu Ngoc Anh, Minister of Science and Technology, talks to Viet Nam News Agency about advantages that the fourth industrial revolution presents to the country and steps that need to be taken to tap them.

Contemporary traits

Talentnet’s latest research reveals the attitudes of the new breed of managers emerging in the modern world of business.

Auspicious start to 2017 tourism in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam’s tourism sector has got off to a positive start this new year, with familiar destinations drawing in hundreds of thousands of visitors nationwide.

Most VN health clinics don’t test their tests

VietNamNet Bridge – Some 448 million medical tests are done in the country each year, but only a third of the country’s health facilities subject their tests to external quality assessments (EQAs). 

Human resource challenges in the digital age:

 VietNamNet Bridge – “Our people are hard-working but we lack creativity,” former Deputy Prime Minister Vu Khoan said, expressing his concern about the adaptability of Vietnamese workers in the digital age. 

Five major goals set for Paris Agreement

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam has initially outlined five major goals to implement the 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

VN makes efforts for dynamic, prosperous Mekong sub-region: FM

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam has been making practical contributions to turning the Mekong sub-region into a dynamic and prosperous economic area via CLMV and ACMECS cooperation frameworks.

PPP to boost science, tech progress

 VietNamNet Bridge – The upcoming pilot programme for Public-Private Partnership (PPP), which was recently approved by the Prime Minister, will focus on strengthening the country’s science and technology progress.

TV stations face YouTube challenge

 VietNamNet Bridge – Television stations and channels are investing money and human resources to produce more shows on YouTube, with most of them targeting young Vietnamese viewers.

University tuition fees must be publicised

 VietNamNet Bridge – Freshmen to universities with financial autonomy have called on the universities to publicise tuition fees so that they and their families can manage the sum actively.

Vietnam trade with ASEAN uneven

 VietNamNet Bridge – During her business trips to ASEAN member countries, Nguyen Hong Hoa of HCM City finds it very hard to find Vietnamese goods on supermarket shelves in Malaysia or Singapore.

A fundamental change needed for economic reforms

 VietNamNet Bridge – The change of the country's economic structure has once again become a hot topic among business people and law makers following the recent general election.