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A high-tech agricultural cooperative in Quang Ngai Province has successfully debuted its first product made from spirulina, a type of blue-green algae that is used as a dietary supplement and viewed as a 'superfood' by health enthusiasts.

Vietnam faces challenges in ensuring sustainable development

As a rapidly growing economy, Vietnam is facing many difficulties in ensuring energy security, green and sustainable development, insiders have said.

Unilever wins Corporate Sustainability Awards 2022

Unilever Vietnam is honored to receive the Corporate Sustainability Awards by Nhip Cau Dau Tu Magazine for its ceaseless efforts on the journey of sustainable development over the past 27 years.

Third conference held to discuss sustainable development of Mekong Delta

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc talked about a new strategic viewpoint involving eight “Gs” on the development of the Mekong Delta while chairing a conference in Can Tho city on March 13.

Environmental changes driving era of responsibility

While Vietnam has so far succeeded in battling the pandemic, realising sustainable development with everyone on board is a much more difficult task as the threat of environmental changes seems less tangible

Reigniting private sector interest in renewables

Vietnam has reached new heights in renewable development over the years thanks to feed-in tariffs, however, it now faces challenges in spurring on clean energy for sustainable development.

Vietnam bolsters ASEAN cooperation in sustainable development

Vietnam, performing its roles as the ASEAN Chair in 2020 and a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council, will continue boosting cooperation in sustainable development for the goal of building a cohesive and responsive ASEAN, 

Time to build a comprehensive and inclusive environmental law: minister

Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Tran Hong Ha has said amending the Law on Environment Protection is urgent to ensure the country’s sustainable development.

Over 1,000 firms in HCM City to develop rooftop solar power

More than 1,000 businesses located at processing, industrial and hi-tech parks in Ho Chi Minh City are set to have solar panels installed on their rooftops in the next few years in an effort to promote green development.

Creating favourable conditions to attract talents to public sector

Minister of Internal Affairs Le Vinh Tan talks about Party and State policies to attract and utilise talents in the public sector.

Formation, development of Ha Thai lacquerware craft village

Ha Thai lacquerware is now enjoying a new vitality and has established a firm position among the famous craft villages in Vietnam, with most of its products being exported.

Working groups thrash out solutions for economic growth

Vietnam has never before received so many recommendations from international investors on sustainable development in all sectors of concern, with expectations to step up involvement in socio-economic development in the new decade. 

Deputy foreign minister pushes ratification of Vietnam-EU deals

Permanent Deputy Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son paid a visit to the European Parliament (EP) from January 13 to 16 to discuss the ratification of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA).

Green tourism: the way for Vietnam’s sustainable tourism development

Sustainable tourism on the basis of green tourism is the path for Vietnam to go in the next 10 years, experts say.

Farming swiftlets towards sustainable development

The rapid growth of the swift-breeding industry across the country could lead to negative effects if there is no long-term development plan, according to Ha Thuy Hanh, deputy director of the National Agriculture Extension.

S.Korea’s SK Group sets up US$860-million investment fund in Vietnam

Both SK Group and South Korea’s National Pension Service (NPS) would contribute US$430 million to the fund.

Vietnam-Laos trade hits US$940 million in ten months

Trade co-operation was the highlight of Vietnam-Laos relations in the first ten months of the year, with revenue reaching US$940 million.

Vietnam needs solutions for sustainable development of rivers

Vietnam's rivers have greatly contributed to socio-economic development, but over-exploitation in recent years has seriously affected this valuable resource, an expert has said.

Healthcare sounds clarion call to start digital transformation

Vietnamese pharma firms are increasingly investing in technological innovations to shore up sustainable growth, while international health technology groups are racing to seize the gains from these trends.

Energy industry deepens sustainability footprint

The Vietnamese government has enacted long-term development orientations and a strategy for the power sector, including energy efficiency measures to ensure national energy security.