At the same time, seeing the increasingly deepening international integration of Vietnam through the participation in the new generation of free trade agreements (FTAs) as well as the wave of the industrial revolution 4.0 and the trend of trade protection in the world, the National Office of Intellectual Property, Ministry of Science and Technology also organised a consultation workshop on the draft law to amend and supplement the current IP Law in Hanoi earlier this week. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS JANUARY 18
The leader asked the Committee members to continue bringing into play their sense of solidarity and responsibility in finishing the remaining work, and working as nucleuses so as to ensure the coming Congress a fine success that meets the expectation and hope of the whole Party and people./. … [Read more...] about Plenum completes preparation for Party Congress
From 2021 to 2030, Việt Nam aims to clear all road traffic accident hotspots and accident-prone sites. All new roads and those under maintenance will meet road safety criteria before opening for traffic. All new national highways and provincial highways and 75 per cent of the total length of existing highways across the country meet at least Level 3 of global road safety standards. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam’s ambitious plan to reduce the number of road traffic-relating death to zero by 2045.
The ministry, as chair of the Vietnam section in the Vietnam-U.S. Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) Council and the agency authorized by the Prime Minister to work with the U.S. in handling the case, welcomed the conclusion of the USTR’s report. … [Read more...] about U.S. not impose tariff or sanction on Vietnam’s exports
Speaking at the gathering, Nguyen Ngoc Tuong, deputy head of the city’s Traffic Safety Committee, stated that several promenades had been cleared over the past couple of months and many residents have been willing to keep their business off public space. … [Read more...] about Ho Chi Minh City to continue ‘sidewalk clearing’ drive: chairman