Daily Archives: June 13, 2020

Ways to boost economic recovery debated at NA

  NA deputies on Saturday discussed Vietnam’s socio-economic situation and budget performance of 2019, approval of state budget balance of 2020, and implementation of the 2020 plan. At the opening of the 9th session of the 14th NA, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan

PM congratulates Nhan Dan newspaper on Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Friday  visited the Nhan Dan (People) daily newspaper offering congratulations to the agency’s leaders and staff on the occasion of Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day, June 21.  In his address, the Prime Minister praised the

Outstanding journalists honored

  A conference to honor outstanding journalists was held in Hanoi on Saturday to mark Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day, June 21.  187 journalists were honored for their great achievements in journalistic activities.In his address, Permanent member of the Party Central

Thanh Hoa province calls for investment of 12.5 billion USD

The Ministry of Planning and Investment and Thanh Hoa authorities organized on Saturday a conference to promote investment in Thanh Hoa province. Speaking at the event, Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh said he hoped Thanh Hoa province will become

Vietnam urged to take advantage of EVFTA

The Vietnamese NA’s ratification of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement is a favorable step but Vietnamese enterprises need to take advantage of optimize mechanisms brought about by the deal, said a Trade Counselor at the Vietnamese Embassy in Germany.  In

WHO chief calls for Covid-19 vaccine to be shared as a public good

    Vaccines for the new coronavirus should be made available as a global public good, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, to ensure everyone has fair access to any life-saving products that are developed. Many leaders have

UK confirms Brexit transition period will not be extended

The UK on Friday told the EU it will not seek an extension to the post-Brexit transition period beyond December 31 this year. Michael Gove, UK’s senior minister for Brexit, chaired further talks with EU leaders on Friday and said

World economy could suffer “significant scarring” amid Coronavirus: IMF

The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic could inflict “significant scarring” worldwide and the outlook for recovery remains highly uncertain, IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath said Friday. The fund in April projected a global economic contraction of 3.0 percent, but