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Saturday, January 23, 2021
Tags: healthcare
Binh Dinh province eyes hi-tech green investment Binh Dinh province eyes hi-tech green investment
Located in the southern central coast and central key economic region of the country, Binh Dinh province borders Quang Ngai province to the north, Phu Yen province to the south, Gia Lai province to the west and the East Sea to the east with a coastline of 134 kilometers.
Developing processing and manufacturing industry in Vietnam: perception and policy orientation Developing processing and manufacturing industry in Vietnam: perception and policy orientation
Dr. Tran Tuan Anh Member of the Party Central Committee Minister of Industry and Trade Contributions of the processing and manufacturing industry to GDP and job creation The gross domestic product (GDP) of a country is structured from different economic activities, which are normally grouped into three main economic sectors: agriculture, industry-construction and service. Agriculture and industry-construction create tangible products while services generate intangible ones. Tangible and intangible products are closely inter-related according to value chains and both bring about value for the economy. A value chain is a chain of operations that converts an idea into a specific product. After a product goes through a certain operation process, its value further increases.
Healthcare for female employees further guided Healthcare for female employees further guided
Female workers with under-12-month infants will be entitled to a 60-minute break per day to breastfeed them, pump and store breast milk, and rest while receiving full wages under their labor contracts.
New Law on Public-Private Partnership in Vietnam New Law on Public-Private Partnership in Vietnam
On June 18, 2020, the National Assembly of Vietnam passed the long awaited Law on Public-Private Partnership (PPP Law) which establishes an umbrella legal framework for all PPP projects and aims to attract more private investment to the development of Vietnam’s infrastructure. This article looks at some of the key changes under the Law, some positive and some less so, with respect to making the PPP framework more appealing to private sector developers, investors and lenders.
Forum suggests ways to bolster exports economic recovery Forum suggests ways to bolster exports, economic recovery
Boosting support for Vietnamese enterprises to capitalize on free trade agreements and engage more deeply in global supply chains is an important solution to fuel post-pandemic exports and economic recovery, the Export Forum 2020 held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 18 heard.
Government launches program to improve healthcare for the elderly Government launches program to improve healthcare for the elderly
By 2030, 85 percent of elderly people and their caretakers nationwide will have access to information on population ageing and the right to receive proper healthcare, according to the elderly healthcare program recently approved by the Prime Minister.
United Nations to remain as lighthouse for multilateralism: Deputy PM United Nations to remain as lighthouse for multilateralism: Deputy PM
The United Nations will remain as a lighthouse for multilateralism and an incubator of initiatives for global peace and development, said Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh at a reception to celebrate the UN’s 75th founding anniversary in Hanoi on October 23.
VN launches elderly healthcare program in response to ageing population VN launches elderly healthcare program in response to ageing population
A 10-year healthcare program for the elderly will start in Vietnam next year as part of the Government’s response to the country’s fast-ageing population.
US announces assistance to strengthen Vietnams e-government capacity US announces assistance to strengthen Vietnam’s e-government capacity
The Vietnam Government’s Office and the U.S. Agency for International Development on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop a strategic framework agreement for the Vietnam E-Government Capacity Building program.
Vietnams approach to COVID-19 treatment: compulsory licensing as solution in national emergency? Vietnam’s approach to COVID-19 treatment: compulsory licensing as solution in national emergency?
This article examines the concept of compulsory licensing under the TRIPS Agreement, the recent implementation of such mechanism in several countries, also its incorporation of the same into Vietnam’s legal framework and most importantly, its domestic practicability amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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