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Monday, August 8, 2022
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Japan works to curb charges Vietnamese trainees pay to brokers Japan works to curb charges Vietnamese trainees pay to brokers
Japan is creating a website that will allow Vietnamese to apply for apprenticeships in the country, as it hopes to cut out unscrupulous brokers that charge exorbitant fees, reported Nikkei Asia.
Nation to reach net-zero emission in transport sector by 2050 Nation to reach net-zero emission in transport sector by 2050
Vietnam will gradually reduce greenhouse gas emissions and eventually reach net-zero emission by 2050, according to a decision approving the national program of action on green energy transition in the transport industry recently approved by the Prime Minister.
Vietnams efforts to realize COP26 commitments Vietnam’s efforts to realize COP26 commitments
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in such spheres as energy, transportation, construction material production, agriculture and waste treatment is one of the main objectives of a scheme to realize the country’s commitments made at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26).
Banks capitalize on trade success of UKVFTA to boost lending Banks capitalize on trade success of UKVFTA to boost lending
Domestic banks have promoted lending to firms exporting to the UK to capitalize on the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) as Vietnam’s shipments to the market have been growing impressively after more than a year since the deal took effect.
Economic expert talks solutions for economic growth amid challenges Economic expert talks solutions for economic growth amid challenges
Economic expert Nguyen Bich Lam talks to Vietnam News Agency about Vietnam’s economic growth prospects in 2023 and ways to boost growth in the face of challenges created by supply chain breaks and geopolitical instability.
Recruitment of mandarins in feudal Vietnam Recruitment of mandarins in feudal Vietnam
In feudal Vietnam from the 15th to 19th centuries, mandarins were recruited mainly through “nhiem tu”; “khoa cu”; and “tien cu” or “bao cu”. During the Ly and Tran dynasties (1009-1400), nhiem tu was the major method of recruitment, by which various positions in the central and local administrations were assigned to royal family members. This method continued to be used in subsequent periods although it was no longer the major one.
2021 citizen survey findings show COVID-19 impact on local governance performance 2021 citizen survey findings show COVID-19 impact on local governance performance
This article is the second excerpt from the 2021 Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) Report. It presents key findings from the 2021 PAPI citizen surveys on how local governments performed in delivering on their mandates and public services across the eight PAPI dimensions.
Vietnamese Cambodian PMs highlight importance of deepening bilateral ties Vietnamese, Cambodian PMs highlight importance of deepening bilateral ties
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on June 20 attended a ceremony marking the 45th anniversary of Cambodian PM Hun Sen’s journey to overthrow the Pol Pot genocidal regime, held in Memot district of Cambodia’s Tbuong Khmum province.
Traditional bamboo and rattan weaving craft village in Hanoi Traditional bamboo and rattan weaving craft village in Hanoi
Located in Phu Nghia commune, Chuong My district, 27 kilometers to the southwest of Hanoi, the Phu Vinh bamboo and rattan weaving craft village is dubbed “the land of rattan” for its well-known handcraft decorative and utility products.
VBSP to roll out interest cuts worth VND 3 trillion this year VBSP to roll out interest cuts worth VND 3 trillion this year
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) said it had been working around the clock to ensure the smooth implementation of an interest rate package cut through the Vietnam Bank of Social Policies (VBSP).

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