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mercredi 20 février 2019

The plan to pay back public debt in 2019

Đinh Tiến Dũng, Minister of Finance, talks to Thời báo Kinh tế (Việt Nam Economic Times) about Việt Nam’s plan to pay back its foreign debts in 2019

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Gov’t agencies blamed for lack of corporate transparency

The slow listing of post-equitisation firms, including State-owned enterprises (SOEs), may make Vietnamese firms less attractive regarding a lack of corporate transparency and government agencies managing those firms must be blamed for the problem.

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dimanche 27 janvier 2019

Time for Vietnam’s next generation of clean leaders to step up

Last year marked the mid-point between Vietnam’s five yearly National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV). The eighth plenum of the CPV Central Committee met in October to initiate planning for the 13th Congress in 2021.

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vendredi 25 janvier 2019

Japan must stand with Vietnamese human rights activists

As Vietnam’s largest bilateral donor, Japan is in a unique position to raise human rights issues.

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jeudi 24 janvier 2019

Public healthcare in Vietnam drops ‘the public’

The ruling Communist Party of Vietnam increasingly sees public health as a financial burden and is now weaning the country’s healthcare system off of its subsidies, Minh Vo writes.

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lundi 21 janvier 2019

Vietnam’s political freedoms and its economic success

Vietnam has been on average the most rapidly growing economy in Southeast Asia for more than a decade. Its economic growth of 6 to 7 per cent a year over the past half-decade rivals that of China and its exports are worth just over the total value of its GDP.

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Vietnam’s Politburo clamps down

Nguyen Phu Trong and his proteges have consolidated their command of Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party and its government. Fuelled by foreign investment in manufacturing, the economy remains robust.

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jeudi 10 janvier 2019

Facebook allowed users in Vietnam to post anti-government content, state media says

Facebook has violated Vietnam's new cybersecurity law by allowing users to post anti-government comments on the platform, state media said, days after the controversial legislation took effect in the communist-ruled country.

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lundi 7 janvier 2019

Vietnam’s controversial cybersecurity law spells tough times for activists

The new law took effect on January 1, despite criticisms at home and abroad.

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mercredi 2 janvier 2019

To the dismay of free speech advocates, Vietnam rolls out controversial cyber law

A new cybersecurity law has gone into effect in Vietnam that puts stringent controls on tech companies operating inside the country and censors what its citizens read online.

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mardi 1 janvier 2019

The singer raising her voice against Vietnam's new cyber law

Do Nguyen Mai Khoi is among activists opposing controversial law government says will protect against cyber threats.

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vendredi 28 décembre 2018

Hanoi invites Card Parolin to visit the country 'in the near future'

The prime minister noted the “important progress in the process of developing relations between Vietnam and the Holy See” as well as the “positive and effective contributions of Vietnamese Catholics to the development of our country.”

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jeudi 20 décembre 2018

Vietnam: Big Brother Is watching everyone

Draft cyber security decree will seriously undermine rights

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mardi 23 octobre 2018

Vietnam parliament elects Communist Party chief as president

Vietnam’s rubber stamp National Assembly elected Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as the country’s president on Tuesday, consolidating his influence as the most powerful man in the Southeast Asian nation.

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lundi 22 octobre 2018

Vietnam's Communist Party chief set to become president

General secretary's presidential bid raises concern about political power of Nguyen Phu Trong amid corruption crackdown.

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vendredi 12 octobre 2018

Riptides in Vietnam’s top leadership

On 3 October, the secretary-general of the Vietnamese Communist Party, Nguyen Phu Trong, received overwhelming support from the party’s central committee for assuming the role of the country’s president, which has been vacant since the death of Tran Dai Quang on 21 September.

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jeudi 11 octobre 2018

Vietnam to enforce tough new cybersecurity law that would require Google, Facebook to store personal data locally, stifling online dissent

Vietnam has been increasingly aggressive in prosecuting dissidents for anti-government Facebook posts, and activists have called on the company to do more to resist the government’s censorship

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lundi 8 octobre 2018

Is Vietnam sliding deeper into authoritarianism ?

Vietnam's Communist Party has nominated a top party leader to simultaneously hold the posts of general secretary and state president. DW spoke with a Vietnam expert about the implications of consolidated rule.

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lundi 24 septembre 2018

Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh becomes first female president of Vietnam

Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh will be the acting president until the National Assembly elects a new leader

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jeudi 9 août 2018

Vietnam deputy police minister sacked amid corruption crackdown

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Wednesday fired the deputy police minister, the highest ranking police official to be removed in a corruption crackdown in the Communist-ruled country, the government said.

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mercredi 8 août 2018

Vietnam restructures public security ministry

Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security has undergone a major restructuring, with six general departments scrapped and many divisions merged to build a "lean machine."

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vendredi 27 juillet 2018

Why did Vietnam suspend a popular newspaper?

A closer look at the reasoning behind a move that has sparked headlines.

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lundi 23 juillet 2018

Vietnam suspends information minister amid telecoms scandal

Vietnam on Monday suspended its minister of information and communications for mismanagement at a state telecoms firm, official state media Vietnam News Agency reported, amid a crackdown on corruption.

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vendredi 20 juillet 2018

Vietnam says controversial cybersecurity law aims to protect online rights

Vietnam’s new cybersecurity law is designed to protect online rights and create a “safe and healthy cyberspace,” the foreign ministry said on Thursday, although critics have warned it gives the Communist-ruled state more power to crack down on dissent.

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mardi 17 juillet 2018

Major online newspaper suspended for three months in Vietnam

Prominent news site Tuoi Tre Online has been suspended after the Press Authority deemed it had published “untrue,” “nationally divisive” content.

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dimanche 22 avril 2018

Expats confused over Vietnam’s profile picture requirement for phone users

Some have no idea about the requirement, others find it invasive while network providers can’t guarantee help in English.

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dimanche 4 février 2018

Vietnam’s Thatcherism could use an extra push

Vietnam’s Thatcherism could do with fewer Hanoi characteristics.

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vendredi 19 janvier 2018

Google under pressure from Vietnam to open rep office to boost internet control

Google has removed thousands of ‘toxic’ videos and anti-government games, but Vietnam says it's not enough.

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mercredi 17 janvier 2018

Vietnam’s corruption crackdown is targeting the powerful. Has it gone too far ?

The world learned of Vietnam’s anti-corruption drive on a warm summer day in Berlin, when park goers reportedly watched as agents crammed a Vietnamese oil executive into a car.

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dimanche 14 janvier 2018

Vietnam : drop charges against Nguyen Van Oai

Vietnam should drop charges of violating probation against the veteran human rights activist Nguyen Van Oai and allow him to go home, Human Rights Watch said today. The People’s Court of Nghe An province will hear his appeal on January 15, 2018.

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