Speaking at the opening of the Vietnam Communist Party Central Committee’s conference on May 16, Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong raised the question "What will our country be in 2045?" The question of the top leader of Vietnam is one of many that need to be addressed at the upcoming XIII Congress, for which the Central Executive Committee is preparing. If the Party and the people's will unite, the problem can be solved no matter how difficult it is. In this regard, the will of the Party is taking shape. But what about the people? There are hundreds of ideas. VietNamNet would like to introduce an article by Dr. Dinh Duc Sinh about this matter. By 2045, the country's name will still be the Socialist Republic of Vietnam In 1945, the August Revolution gave birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. After 35 years, in 1980, the name of the country was changed to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam with the expectation of advancing rapidly, strongly and firmly … [Read more...] about What will Vietnam be in 2045?
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Vo Tuan Nhan, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, speaks on Vietnam’s resolve to improve human resources in the environmental sector. Vo Tuan Nhan, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment. Do you have any comment on human resources training in the environmental sector? At present, the natural resources and environmental sector has employed more than 51,000 Government officials, public employees and general workers, of which 1,000 are public employees and 10,000 civil servants. In addition, all industrial parks, State-owned economic groups and general corporations have their own staff working in natural resources and environment alongside the national environmental police. Besides, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) has paid attention to completing the legal framework and training documents for all its staff nationwide. The MONRE has six training centres which specialise in human resources training and in the natural … [Read more...] about Vietnam wants top environmental workers
Thailand has passed a plan to allocate its budget of 21.5 billion baht to help stabilize rice prices for Thai farmers. This subsidy program may affect rice exporters including Vietnam, according to local rice operators. Local farmers harvest rice. Thailand’s price subsidy program for rice may affect rice exporters including Vietnam The Thai Cabinet has agreed to extract 34.8 billion baht from the country’s budget for agricultural subsidy programs for rice and oil palm farmers, reported the Vietnam News Agency in Bangkok, Thailand. In particular, over 890,000 households that had registered their rice farming activities with the Thai Ministry of Agricultural and Cooperatives will be the beneficiaries of the rice subsidy program. The one-year program, which will take effect next month, will offer advantageous prices for rice farmers amid downward price volatility. According to the director of a rice exporting firm in the Mekong Delta, rice exporters may suffer negative … [Read more...] about Thailand’s rice subsidy program may affect Vietnam: rice operators
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong launched the 2019 Lunar New Year (Tet) Tree Planting Festival in Viet Cuong commune, Tran Yen district of Yen Bai (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) - During the past 10 days, activities have been held nationwide in response to the campaign on tree planting and showing gratitude to late President Ho Chi Minh. Vietnamese people have a special annual tree planting festival, which highlights the country’s traditional custom initiated by President Ho Chi Minh in the spring of 1960, in the hope of greening up the country. From then on, when spring and Lunar New Year (Tet) festival draw near, ministries, sectors, localities, agencies, organisations and people respond to the tree planting campaign, turning the festival into the nation’s annual custom and reducing erosion and floods. Growing more trees generates huge potential of wealth for every family and society. For urban areas and industrial parks, trees help create … [Read more...] about Tree planting – a traditional custom in Lunar New Year festival
PUT YOUR SHIRT ON IT: Will Frank be as successful as Chelsea manager as he was a player for them? — AFP Photo Paul Kennedy If you look hard enough in the vaults of YouTube, you will find a video from around 1996 of a young looking Harry Redknapp and an even younger looking Frank Lampard. At the time, Redknapp was the manager of West Ham and was speaking at a question and answer session with disgruntled supporters. One fan wasn’t too happy with the Hammer’s boss and let his feelings be known. He was particularly miffed at the decision to sell Matt Holland (Google him) and pick a teenage Lampard ahead of another midfielder, Scott Canham (Google him too). In typical Redknapp fashion, no-nonsense Harry jumped to the defence of a rather embarrassed looking Lampard sat a few places to his right, who incidentally is also his nephew. “He (Lampard) is good enough and he definitely will be good enough,” Redknapp said. “He will go … [Read more...] about Let’s be frank, it won’t be easy