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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Hosting ASOSAI 14 enhances prestige of Vietnam: NA Vice Chairman Hosting ASOSAI 14 enhances prestige of Vietnam: NA Vice Chairman
The hosting of the Asian Associations of Supreme Audit Institutions’s 14th Assembly shows the ASOSAI community’s high valuation of the State Audit of Vietnam, while contributing to enhancing the prestige of Vietnam’s external activities, including those of the National Assembly, said NA Vice Chairman Phung Quoc Hien.
World Economic Forum on ASEAN 2018 comes to a close World Economic Forum on ASEAN 2018 comes to a close
The World Economic Forum on ASEAN (WEF) 2018, themed “ASEAN 4.0: Entrepreneurship and the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, wrapped up on September 13 after three working days with nearly 60 discussions.
Vietnam speeds up toward digital government and digital economy Vietnam speeds up toward digital government and digital economy
Building e-government and then developing digital government and digital economy constitute a great policy that needs to be accelerated in the coming time, Minister-Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung highlighted in a recent article.
Thousands of unlawful documents issued last year: Justice Ministry report Thousands of unlawful documents issued last year: Justice Ministry report
Thousands of legal documents issued last year in the country were detected to be unlawful in one aspect or another, according to a recent report of the Ministry of Justice.
Government makes strides in reducing business conditions Government makes strides in reducing business conditions
The first half of 2018 saw great efforts of the Vietnamese Government in realizing its commitments to building market economy institutions in the country, especially removing legal hurdles for businesses. There have emerged some positive, significant “institutional reform” trends which are highlighted below.
Current Vietnamese law on environmental pollution control: loopholes and solutions Current Vietnamese law on environmental pollution control: loopholes and solutions
Environmental protection law plays a crucial role in protecting the environment and promoting sustainable development in Vietnam. The author points out existing loopholes in Vietnam’s current regulations concerning environmental pollution control and puts forward proposals for tackling them in the coming time.
Communications on sustainable development national competitiveness to be intensified Communications on sustainable development, national competitiveness to be intensified
The Prime Minister has recently approved a communications program to promote the country’s good, time-honored and motivational values, encouraging people from all strata to join hand in realizing the sustainable development goals and raising the national competitiveness.
Toward a more effective financial disclosure system in Vietnam: a discussion on the draft revised Law on Anti-Corruption Toward a more effective financial disclosure system in Vietnam: a discussion on the draft revised Law on Anti-Corruption
While an effective financial disclosure system requiring politicians and public officials to report on their assets and incomes can help detect and prevent corrupt practices, it can also help build public confidence and trust in the integrity of politicians and the public service.
Arbitral ruling in South China Sea will have long-term impacts: expert Arbitral ruling in South China Sea will have long-term impacts: expert
Two years ago, the United Nations delivered a historic verdict in the South China Sea territorial dispute between the Philippines and China, rendering China’s extensive claims over most of the sea baseless. Dr. Ha Anh Tuan, Director of the Center for Policy Analysis under the Institute for South China Sea Studies, writes to Vietnam News Agency on the legal implications of this ruling and its role in the path toward a final resolution.
Lawmakers still anxious about taxing unexplained assets of officials Lawmakers still anxious about taxing unexplained assets of officials
Measures to handle the assets of potentially corrupt officials remained the focus of debates about the revised draft Law against Corruption at the 25th session of the National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee which took place in Hanoi from July 11-13.

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