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Bac Giang: More than 30,000 employees return to work from early July
23/06/2021
It is estimated that the number of workers returning to work in industrial zones of Bac Giang Province will be 30,000 from July, around 50,000 by the end of August, 100,000 by the end of October, and over 120,000 by the end of November.
Policy credit training for nearly 80 heads of Communal People’s Committee
10:08 24/06/2021
(CPV) - The Vietnam Bank for Social Policies’ branch in Hanoi held an online training course for nearly 80 chairpersons of the People’s Committees of communes and towns in the districts of Thuong Tin, Ung Hoa, and My Duc.
Credit enjoys two-fold increase against same period
10:06 24/06/2021
(CPV) - Thanks to synchronous management solutions, as of June 15, total credit in the economy expanded 5.1% from the end of 2020.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ party cells organize symposium about Uncle Ho
09:51 24/06/2021
On June 21, party cells of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs organized a symposium to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Uncle Ho’s departure to find a way to save the country (June 5, 1911).
Vietnamese Embassy in Switzerland raises funds for COVID-19 fight at home
09:39 24/06/2021
The Vietnamese Embassy in Switzerland organized an event to raise funds for COVID-19 fight in Vietnam on June 21.
Book “Vietnam Miracle” of Bulgarian journalist launched
21:44 23/06/2021
The launching ceremony of the book "Vietnam Miracle" by Bulgarian journalist Kadrinka Kadrinova was organized at the headquarters of the Bulgarian Press Union on June 17.
Photography exhibition highlights values and connection in times of COVID-19
17:14 23/06/2021
(CPV) - The Embassy of Belgium in Vietnam, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp, Belgium) and Matca Space for Photography will present Things That Count, a photography exhibition of conversations about values in times of COVID-19 between young European and Vietnamese photographers, from June 25 to July 7 in Hanoi.
As many as 5,100 dignity kits presented to COVID-19 affected women and girls
16:59 23/06/2021
About 5,100 dignity kits will be given to women and girls in Bac Giang, Bac Ninh, and Ho Chi Minh City, areas hardest hit by the 4th COVID-19 wave.
Prime Minister asks Germany to transfer COVID-19 vaccine technology
15:39 23/06/2021
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on June 22 suggested Germany create favourable conditions for Vietnam to early access vaccine supplies and transfer vaccine production technology to the Southeast Asian nation.
Vietnamese in Laos donate to national COVID-19 vaccine fund
18:12 22/06/2021
The Lao-Viet Joint Venture Bank present 50 million LAK to the Vietnamese Embassy in Laos on June 21 to contribute to Vietnam's national COVID-19 vaccine fund.