Vietnam facilitates long-term operations of foreign firms: Spokeswoman

Vietnam facilitates long-term operations of foreign firms: Spokeswoman

Vietnam has paid due attention to improving its investment environment and creating conditions for foreign enterprises to do long-term business in the country, Spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang told a press conference on May 26.
Vietnam, UK strive to lift trade and investment relations

Vietnam, UK strive to lift trade and investment relations

Vietnam wants to see more investment from the United Kingdom (UK) in hi-tech agriculture, from cultivation to processing, preservation and distribution of farm produce and foods, said Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Phung Duc Tien.

Vietnam closely monitors people returning from 12 countries with monkeypox

Vietnam closely monitors people returning from 12 countries with monkeypox

Today, in its dispatch, the Department of Preventive Medicine under the Ministry of Health asked institutes of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Pasteur institute, and health departments in provinces and centrally-run cities to strengthen supervision and prevention of monkeypox following the continuous increase in monkeypox cases in many countries around the world.
Vietnam, US plan several cooperative ventures

Vietnam, US plan several cooperative ventures

The recent very successful visit of Vietnam’s Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh to the United States is expected to boost further investment and trade between the two countries. Business experts foresee a remarkable growth in future in both exports as well as tourism.
Vietnam cooperating with WHO to closely monitor monkeypox

Vietnam cooperating with WHO to closely monitor monkeypox

The General Department of Preventive Medicine (under the Health Ministry) yesterday announced that functional units in the country are carefully monitoring the status of monkeypox to prevent the disease from entering Vietnam, while continuously working with WHO to timely update the status of this disease worldwide, along with responding measures.

Vietnam makes effort to deter people from poaching wild, migratory birds

Vietnam makes effort to deter people from poaching wild, migratory birds

Currently, more than 900 species of birds have been recorded in Vietnam, but many of them are at risk of extinction. Therefore, in order to conserve wild, migratory birds as well as to prevent and stop hunting, catching, destroying, and destroying the habitats of wild and migratory birds, Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh today signed Directive No. 4/CT-TTg on some urgent tasks and solutions to conserve wild and migratory birds in Vietnam.