— Vuong Dinh Hue was Thursday approved to leave his post as Finance Minister to take on the post of Head of Central Economic Commission, during the third working day of the National Assembly’s 5th session.
— All ministries, sectors and localities should fortify the implementation of the Public Administration Reform (PAR) Master Program for 2011-2020, including the publicity of the PAR Index and an establishment of an e-public administration network, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said in a directive issued Thursday.
— Ho Chi Minh City’s government is considering allowing buses to carry ads on their sides, in a bid to reduce the city’s subsidy for this public transportation.
— HCMC’s market watchdog officers seized Thursday more than 1,600 children’s toys smuggled from China following raids over a toy store in District 6.
— The Prime Minister has signed a document approving the plan to establish the Phu Quoc Economic Zone in Kien Giang province.
— The State Bank of Vietnam will not issue new money to buy bad debts, it announced Thursday.
— The national energy security has come under scrutiny after the whole power grid of the south went out on Wednesday on after being hit by a small truck.
— A kindergarten in Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai Province had to temporarily shut down for 10 days starting Thursday after four cases of children infected with hand-foot-mouth diseases were found at the facility.
— Three of the robber gang that attacked as many as eight gold shops in HCMC and neighboring localities were Thursday sentenced to death while one was jailed for life.
— Four Chinese nationals were captured and prosecuted under charge of “using computer, internet, and telecom network to appropriate assets.” The Chinese men have stolen VND6 billion from Vietcombank and Viettinbank using fake credit cards from March 16 to 26.
— The limbless inspiration Nick Vujicic told local businesspeople to look at and learn from late President Ho Chi Minh for his bravery and dare to dream, during his second lecture in Vietnam on Thursday.
— The Vietnam Football Federation meeting was Thursday delayed until mid-October because the applications of the two candidates for the chairman post has yet to be completed, the federation said in a statement.
— An 8 – 0 victory against Bahrain is an incredible result, coach Chen Yunfa of the Vietnam’s women football team said of his team’s impressive opening at the 2014 AFC Women’s Asian Cup.
Đăng ký: VietNam News