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Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Tags: production
Vietnams policies to lure foreign skilled workers Vietnam’s policies to lure foreign skilled workers
The fourth Industrial Revolution increases the demand for skilled workers, resulting in a shortage in the labor market. As the national education system is unable to satisfy the local demand, many countries around the world have adopted policies to attract foreign workers to offset the deficiency. This article analyzes Vietnam’s policies on attraction of foreign workers and proposes policy solutions to lure foreign scientists and technologists to work in the country.
Lam Dong: a future agriculture hub in Southeast Asia Lam Dong: a future agriculture hub in Southeast Asia
Located on three plateaus of altitude of between 800 and 1,000m above sea level and in the upper reaches of Da Dang, La Nga and Da Nhim rivers, Lam Dong province boasts big potential of minerals and perennial industrial plants, forestry, tourism, services and livestock breeding.
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.
Government poised to cut costs for businesses Government poised to cut costs for businesses
Vietnam would cut or simplify at least half of business conditions and lessen requirements in the areas of investment, land, construction, tax payment and social insurance so as to reach a mark equaling the average level of ASEAN-4 countries in the World Bank’s Doing Business survey by 2020.
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.
Life and customs of Gia Rai ethnic people Life and customs of Gia Rai ethnic people
The Gia Rai, also called Gio Rai, Cho Ray, To Buan, Mthun, Hbau, Hdrung, Chor or Gia Lai, is the largest one of the five groups of Malayo-Polynesian language family living along Se San, Ayun and Ia Pa river basins in the Central Highlands.
PM affirms resolve to curb inflation PM affirms resolve to curb inflation
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has reiterated the Government’s resolve to control inflation, noting that although the consumer price index in July fell slightly from the previous month, the pressure of rising inflation remains considerable.
Agricultural production and sale cooperatives associations to be strongly promoted Agricultural production and sale cooperatives, associations to be strongly promoted
The Government on July 5 issued Decree 98 on policies to promote cooperation and association in the production and sale of farm produce.