HCMC People’s Council gives 376 medicine bags to support families

HCMC People’s Council gives 376 medicine bags to support families

Ms. Nguyen Thi Le, Deputy Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee cum Chairwoman of the People's Council of HCMC, handed over 376 medicine bags to the Steering Committees for Covid-19 Prevention and Control of District 3 and District 5 under the Program "10,000 medicine bags to support families" implemented by the People's Council on the morning of August 31.
Strengthened pandemic prevention measures show positive signals

Strengthened pandemic prevention measures show positive signals

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his delegation had a working session with the authorities of Ho Chi Minh City on the implementation of stricter social distancing and measures to prevent the Covid-19 pandemic in the city on the afternoon of August 26.
Hepza stops new registration of three-on-site production model

Hepza stops new registration of three-on-site production model

The Ho Chi Minh City Export Processing and Industrial Zones Authority (Hepza), on August 21, issued an urgent document No.2428 on strengthening some measures to prevent and control the pandemic in export processing zones and industrial parks in the city.
Enterprises ask for solutions to reduce costs amid Covid-19

Enterprises ask for solutions to reduce costs amid Covid-19

Amid the complicated developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, many enterprises said that they need authorities to research and find solutions to help them reduce costs, especially costs related to the implementation of three-on-site production.
Tan Thanh Border Gate resumes operations as of August 18

Tan Thanh Border Gate resumes operations as of August 18

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), on the morning of August 18, informed that the Tan Thanh Border Gate in Lang Son Province, where agricultural products and cross-border traded goods are exported to the Chinese market, will be reopened from today after the two sides have been consensus on customs clearance process.
MoIT proposes two solutions to resolve rice congestion in Mekong Delta

MoIT proposes two solutions to resolve rice congestion in Mekong Delta

Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien has just signed an official dispatch proposing the Prime Minister to direct the opening of the green channel to ease congestion and difficulties for the rice market in the Mekong Delta with two options.
Traditional markets not ready for reopening

Traditional markets not ready for reopening

Vice Chairwoman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Phan Thi Thang, in a recent meeting, asked departments, Thu Duc City, and districts to quickly reorganize local supply points of goods with an appropriate method, resume operations of points of sale of food and essential foods at traditional markets. The decision of the leaders of the People's Committee of HCMC is right, but in reality, reopening traditional markets is not an easy task.
Vietnam integrates databases for Covid-19 prevention, control tasks

Vietnam integrates databases for Covid-19 prevention, control tasks

Along with the active work of the medical staff, the technology human resources are trying to develop useful software pieces to serve Covid-19 prevention and control tasks in hope of putting the latest outbreak under control at the earliest time.

HoSE temporarily suspends reception of direct customers

HoSE temporarily suspends reception of direct customers

The Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE), on August 9, informed that through the process of the Covid-19 screening test for its employees, who were performing the three-on-site operations, on August 4, some cases of Covid-19 were detected.
City strives to prevent disruption of supply chain of essential goods

City strives to prevent disruption of supply chain of essential goods

Ms. Phan Thi Thang, Vice Chairwoman of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, on August 3, chaired a meeting on removing difficulties with food and foodstuff producers. Many enterprises said that the inconsistent application of social distancing measures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic among localities had been causing many difficulties for businesses, especially small and medium-sized ones.