Danh sách tin

Ba Den Mountain to become tourism hotspot

With the opening of a modern cable car by the Sun Group this year, Tay Ninh province was expected to witness a boom in tourism. Due to COVID-19, however, the number of visitors has fallen this year, presenting a major challenge for the development of the province’s tourism industry.

People happy for outcomes of Party Central Committee’s 14th session

The 12th-tenure Party Central Committee reached high consensus on personnel work related to the 13th tenure Politburo and Party Central Committee Secretariat during the 14th session, which concluded on December 18 morning after nearly five working days, two days ahead of schedule.

Food safety - From farm to fork

Sustainable development is a trend and goal in every industry. In food, the “farm-to-fork” clean agriculture model is also becoming an inexorable trend. Clean and organic food with clear origin and processed right after harvesting is increasingly popular nowadays.

2020 trade surplus estimated at 7 billion USD

Export revenue in 2020 is estimated to reach 267 billion USD while imports are to reach 260 billion USD, resulting in a trade surplus of some 7 billion USD. Experts said 2020 has been a tough year for all economic sectors, but foreign trade has been profitable.

Tourism on Ly Son experiences a gloomy 2020

Ly Son Island district in central Quang Ngai province had secured a reputation as something of a “tourism haven” by welcoming thousands of domestic and foreign visitors in recent years. 2020, however, has been a tough year for the island’s tourism sector, given COVID-19 and recent storms and flooding.

Special lessons in the sky

Becoming a teacher and a mentor is not the right fit for everyone, flight instructors included. Only those with passion, discipline, and dedication are encouraged to pursue such a career.

Vietnam Airlines Group to offer 2.4 million seats for upcoming Tet

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, budget carrier Jetstar Pacific and Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO) will supply over 414,000 extra seats from January 27 to February 26, 2021 to serve increasing travel demands during peak season of Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.

Sea-based tourism contributing greatly to economy

To develop tourism quickly and in a sustainable manner, Vietnam has defined island and sea tourism as a breakthrough measure in the development of the marine economy. Island and sea tourism now accounts for 70% of tourism activities in the country and has become a driving force for Vietnam’s tourism development, contributing significantly to turning it into a spearhead economic sector.

Rising competition from RCEP

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (known as the RCEP), which was signed on November 15, is the largest free trade agreement in the world. While offering substantial opportunities to Vietnamese exporters, it will also make the competitive landscape even fiercer, both at home and abroad.

Vietnamese women affirm position in UN peacekeeping missions

With their gentle and loving nature, female Vietnamese officers in UN Peacekeeping Missions have gained the trust and respect of the local communities in their host countries, contributing greatly to successful operations

ASEAN defence ministers gather at 14th meeting

The 14th ASEAN Defence Ministers’ Meeting (ADMM-14) took place via videoconference on December 9 under the chair of the Vietnamese Minister of National Defence, Gen. Ngo Xuan Lich.

Defence foreign policy crucial for safeguarding sovereignty

Defence foreign policy has now become more critical than ever, as it plays an important role in creating a strategic enabling environment for both national defence and construction, especially in the maritime space.

Textile exports to fall for the first time in 25 years

Vietnam’s textile and garment exports is set to fall 15 percent to 34 billion USD this year, the first drop in 25 years, over Covid-19 impacts. With the Covid-19 situation remains serious in the U.S. and some European countries, exports to these markets will continue to face difficulties due to a shortage of orders, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said in a recent report.