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Official Gazette

Thursday, March 30, 2017
Tags: Government
Govt set to relax farmland ceiling Gov’t set to relax farmland ceiling
The Government is considering relaxing limits on individual farmland holdings, a move largely welcomed by experts despite misgivings about some negative social impacts.
NA Standing Committee wraps up eighth session NA Standing Committee wraps up eighth session
The eighth session of the 14th National Assembly’s Standing Committee concluded on March 21 after working on a Government’s Decree on rescue activities of the fire-fighting force.
Vietnam slams Australias prawn ban Vietnam slams Australia’s prawn ban
The Vietnamese Government has accused Australia of "causing serious damage" to its prawn farmers and exporters and has asked the Federal Government to reconsider the ban on uncooked prawn imports.
Anonymous denunciations debated Anonymous denunciations debated
The 14th National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) convened its eighth session yesterday with debates focusing on amendments to the draft Law on Denunciations.
Government backs increase of farm-size limits Government backs increase of farm-size limits
The Government on March 7 issued the resolution of its February regular meeting, requesting cabinet members to regularly review and propose revision of laws hindering business activities, especially in agriculture.
BAC NINH province - a hi-tech development hotspot BAC NINH province - a hi-tech development hotspot
Bac Ninh is rich in culture and revolutionary tradition and well-known for a number of cultural and historical celebrities as well as folk art, particularly “Quan Ho” (love duets) singing that was recognized as a UNESCO Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Village democracy: past and present Village democracy: past and present
Only once the people really regard democracy promotion as their own cause and interest can the process of democracy enforcement make steady progress.
Vietnam needs a unified legal framework against natural disasters and climate change Vietnam needs a unified legal framework against natural disasters and climate change
Over the recent years, big and abnormal natural disasters, including typhoon, flood, flash flood, drought, whirlwind, etc., have appeared more frequently and complicatedly in Vietnam, causing unprecedented serious consequences.
How to apply for e-visas How to apply for e-visas
This article provides a foreigner with guidance on conditions and procedures for him to obtain an e-visa for entry into Vietnam.
Govt. set to further improve the business environment Govt. set to further improve the business environment
Raising productivity and competitiveness of the economy and improving the business environment continue to be at the top of the Government’s agenda this year.

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