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dimanche 14 septembre 2014

Gov’t approves Vietnam Airlines privatization plan; IPO to launch late Nov

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has received a go-ahead from the government for its plan to sell a 25 percent stake in a privatization drive, with an initial public offering (IPO) of shares slated for the end of November, an official said Thursday.

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jeudi 11 septembre 2014

French Prof sends letter to Vietnam education minister over doctoral training flaws

French Professor of Physics Pierre Darriulat has recently sent a letter to the Vietnamese Minister of Education and Training, pointing out shortcomings in doctorate training in Vietnam.

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jeudi 27 mars 2014

Vietnam government welcomes freeing up of business registration

Government leaders Friday approved amendments to the Business Law which will free firms from having to register their business purposes and sticking to them.

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jeudi 13 mars 2014

Vietnam to stop licensing new media agencies

The government has ordered the Ministry of Information and Communications to stop issuing new media licenses and revoke the licenses of those found flouting media regulations.

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mardi 18 février 2014

Vietnam senior official, accused of receiving $510,000 in bribes, dies of cancer

Deputy Minister of Public Security Pham Quy Ngo, accused of receiving US$510,000 in bribes at a recent high-profile corruption trial, died of cancer at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

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jeudi 23 janvier 2014

Vietnam's cyber troops take fight to U.S., France

IT experts say hackers backed by the Vietnamese government are blocking, hacking and spying on Vietnamese activists around the world. The pro-government hacking squad has conducted attacks well beyond Vietnam's borders. Attempts to monitor and harass dissidents online mirror the government's efforts to suppress them on the ground.

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lundi 13 janvier 2014

Ministry makes New Year’s resolution to privatize Vietnam Airlines

The Ministry of Transport has pledged to finish the process of privatizing state-owned carrier Vietnam Airlines within this year after failing to do so during last year.

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mercredi 1 janvier 2014

Vietnam budget income meets target

Despite forecasts that Vietnam’s budget income will fall short this year, the Ministry of Finance announced on Monday that state revenues have met 99 percent of the 2013 target.

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mercredi 18 septembre 2013

Loopholes plague decree requiring Vietnam officials, lawmakers to declare assets

A government decree that supersedes an existing one and requires officials and lawmakers to reveal their incomes and assets annually fails to plug major loopholes that enable people to get away with corruption, analysts said.

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vendredi 6 septembre 2013

Vietnam decrees financial transparency from officials

HANOI—To promote transparency, the government of Vietnam has decreed that state and government officials and lawmakers reveal their income and assets yearly, the Ministry of Finance said.

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vendredi 19 avril 2013

Viet minister backs same-sex unions

The Vietnamese Health Ministry has called for same-sex marriage to be legalised, warning that research shows stigma against lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) people can damage their physical and mental health.

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mercredi 10 avril 2013

Vietnam study finds unofficial earnings at gov’t offices

A study by Vietnamese government inspectors has found that many government officials earn income from "unofficial" sources.

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mercredi 6 mars 2013

Fear of change in Vietnam

Fear has long underpinned the authoritarian rule of Vietnam's Communist Party. Fear of change; fear of the people over which they rule; fear that the people might soon demand more freedom, accountability and transparency than their once revolutionary leaders are willing to allow.

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samedi 2 mars 2013

Vietnam government’s call for constitutional suggestions backfires as critics weigh in

HANOI — Vietnam’s leaders sought to boost their flagging legitimacy by asking the public for suggestions on constitutional reform. What they got instead was rare open criticism of one-party rule, a fired journalist turned poster boy for dissent, and another lesson on how the Internet has changed the rules of governance.

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vendredi 28 septembre 2012

Vietnam starts criminal proceedings against Gia, Lao dong says

Vietnam has started criminal proceedings against Tran Xuan Gia, former chairman of Asia Commercial Bank, and three other officials for alleged economic mismanagement, Lao Dong newspaper reported on its website today.

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mardi 6 mars 2012

State's role needs to be clarified

Vietnam needs to clearly define the role of the State in the market-driven economy as the country is deeply integrating itself into the global economy, said experts at a seminar in Hanoi this week.

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