Vietnam speeds up high-speed railway projects
The two high-speed trains are expected to be put into operation by 2030.
17:39, 2020/39/14Over 460,000 people in Vietnam urged to take shelter from Vamco typhoon
Typhoon Vamco is predicted to directly impact Vietnam's North and Central Region from now until November 15.
16:31, 2020/31/13Growing FDI commitments reinforce Vietnam investment competitiveness: WB
Close attention should be on the capacity of the Vietnamese economy to firm up its recovery from the coronavirus crisis, noted the World Bank.
17:59, 2020/59/12Vietnam stays alert of upcoming typhoon
As projectory of typhoon Vamco is complicated, it will be very dangerous and catastrophic if residents in the central regions are not on the high alert.
11:06, 2020/06/09ADB to provide US$2.5 million to support Vietnam disaster response
ADB’s grant will augment the wider government response to deliver immediate, life-saving assistance to people who need it the most.
16:44, 2020/44/07Hanoi to cooperate with central region to promote domestic tourism post Covid-19
A tourism development forum with the participation of Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and major provinces/cities in the central region, is slated to take place in Quang Nam province on November 27-28.
18:58, 2020/58/02Vietnam continues to stay alert against Covid-19 in 2021: PM
As Covid-19 remains unpredictable globally, it would be a “big mistake” if Vietnam relaxes the vigilance against the pandemic, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.
17:59, 2020/59/19Vietnam raises natural disaster alert in central region
The natural disaster evolution in Vietnam's central region is still very complicated and its impacts are likely to be even greater.
21:22, 2020/22/18Vietnam’s top leader calls for support for flood victims in central region
Vietnam’s top leader asked local Party committees, governments, the Vietnam Fatherland Front and agencies to urgently prevent and fight floods and storms.
00:55, 2020/55/18Hanoi supports flood victims in central region
Hanoi's Party chief ordered the allocation of VND7 billion (US$305,000) from Hanoi’s relief fund to the five hardest hit localities.