Maritime transport activities in dire need of human resource

Maritime transport activities in dire need of human resource

Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The on September 17 proposed localities to create conditions for maritime transport activities, aiming to effectively maintain the supply chain of import and export goods at the current tough time.
Pandemic-hit businesses are expected to continue benefit from more support measures (Photo: VNA)

More tax, fee cuts to benefit pandemic-hit enterprises, people

About VND118 trillion (US$5.16 billion) worth of taxes, land rent, fees, and charges are expected to be reduced or have payment deadlines extended in 2021 to assist enterprises and people affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The police force of Binh Chanh District is handling a case of spreading fake news in the area.

HCMC fiercely combats against cyber fake news

Accommodating a huge number of Vietnamese users, the Internet, especially social networks, has become a common place to update news. Lately, however, Ho Chi Minh City is witnessing the phenomenon of spreading fake harmful news, mostly related to Covid-19. The city is determinedly putting that phenomenon under control at all cost.

State President receives visiting Japanese Defence Minister

State President receives visiting Japanese Defence Minister

State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc on September 12 received visiting Minister of Defence Kishi Nobuo of Japan, asking the country to continue supporting Vietnam with vaccines and helping it to access vaccine sources against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Defence Minister General Phan Van Giang (R) welcomes Japanese Defence Minister Kishi Nobuo (Photo: VNA)

Japanese Defence Minister visiting Vietnam

Japanese Defence Minister Kishi Nobuo is making an official visit to Vietnam from September 10-12 at the invitation of his Vietnamese counterpart, General Phan Van Giang.
Employees of Nidec Co. in Saigon Hi-tech Park are being vaccinated. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC supports businesses to resume operation

As the latest Covid-19 outbreak becomes increasingly complicated in Vietnam, stricter and stricter social distancing regulations have been introduced to help cope with the situation. This, however, has also led to over 84,000 businesses going bankrupt in the first 8 months of 2021 due to disruptions in supply chain flow. Ho Chi Minh City, therefore, is now trying to implement flexible support policies to help existing businesses restart their work.

It is estimated that 11,822 children were F0s (COVID-19 patients) and 27,334 others are in close contact with COVID-19 patients as of August 31, 2021.  (Photo: SGGP)

Covid-19: Disadvantaged children to get more support

Babies with mothers infected with Covid-19, born between April 27 and December 31, 2021, will be provided with VND1 million (US$44) each, according to the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
Nearly 760,000 people to be evacuated as storm Conson nears coast

Nearly 760,000 people to be evacuated as storm Conson nears coast

To avoid a dual disaster from the current complicated Covid-19 pandemic along with storm Conson, the Northern, North-Central coastal regions have prepared to evacuate nearly 760,000 local people as the storm could bear down on the mainland with a gusty wind of level 11 moving 100-115 kilometers an hour.