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The Vietnam National Quality Awards 2019-2020 were presented at a ceremony in Hanoi on April 25, honouring 116 companies with remarkable achievements
Subsidiaries of SOEs like Jetstar Pacific, Angkor Air, DAP-Vinachem, and Petrolimex Laos will come under special financial supervision.
Catfish exporters hope that orders from China will increase again as this country has passed the Covid-19 epidemic peak.
The State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV) will scrutinize 16 ministries and central agencies; 40 provincial-level governments; and a number of financial institutions, banks and State-owned firms next year.
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has assigned the Government Inspectorate to look into the change of land use purposes of the Thai Hung Eco City urban project in northern province of Thai Nguyen.
Under the new regulation released by the Ministry of Science & Technology (MST), agencies, during inspections, have the right to seize products and stop production of enterprises if they discover violations in product quality.
The Government Inspectorate of Vietnam (GIV) will begin inspection on the controversial Da Phuoc International Urban project, along with all investment and construction projects on the protected Son Tra Peninsula.
VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has asked employees at economic groups and general corporations to publicly declare their individual assets and 2016 incomes.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministries of Industry and Trade and Natural Resources and Environment will inspect cement manufacturing factories and thermal-power plants that pose a high risk of contamination.
The domestic automobile market witnessed a boom in 2015 with a series of records, but concerns still exist as manufacturers worry they cannot compete with imports after import tariffs are cut.
VietNamNet Bridge – Registered automobiles that have received appointment letters from police offices will qualify for inspection, starting from January 1, 2016, the Viet Nam Register said.
VietNamNet Bridge - Import/export companies are complaining about legal procedures requiring inspection of their products that cost them hundreds of millions or billions of dong.
While the government has been asked to remove business barriers to create favorable conditions for investors, the Ministry of Health (MOH) plans to create a new regulation that will require enterprises to spend VND1.1 trillion more a year.
In order to create one dong of profit, businesses have to pay VND0.7-1 for “under-the-table fees”.
VietNamNet Bridge – While businesses have to brace themselves up to overcome difficulties in the prolonged economic crisis, they are “harassed” by inspectors coming from various state agencies.
Vietnam welcomes 4.2 million int’l arrivals; HCM City-based tour to join Danang int’l marathon; Nation’s biggest freshwater fish aquarium comes at Dam Sen Park; Thua Thien-Hue stimulates tourism until year-end
In a short time, the Central Inspection Committee has decided to discipline and proposed to dismiss many provincial and ministry leaders for their violations in management, including having "affairs" with enterprises.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Government Inspectorate will work at the Vietnam Airlines in 10 days, starting from May 13, to clarify a number of issues related to the fight against corruption.
VietNamNet Bridge - After a series of overcharging cases against foreign tourists, Hanoi authorities will inspect several taxi firms that usually break the rules. The firms that repeat violations will have their license revoked.
VietNamNet Bridge – Motorcycle and bicycle drivers who wear helmets that do not meet the technical standards will be fined as those who do not wear helmets or do not fasten the strap properly.