Check out what is in the news today: Politics — Speaking at a conference jointly organized by the World Bank on Tuesday, Minister Mai Tien Dung, head of the Government Office, confirmed Vietnam’s ongoing efforts in establishing the e-government model. Society — A number of streets in downtown Ho Chi Minh City will be re-routed starting January 21, the municipal Department of Transport has announced. — Airport road tolls continue to raise eyebrows in Vietnam as drivers of any four-wheeled vehicle are still required to pay a fee at most aerodromes across the country despite the Government Inspectorate’s conclusion outlawing the collection nearly three months ago. Business — Vietnamese mobile carriers are allowed to offer up to 20 percent discount rates to prepaid subscribers in a bid to keep a better check on junk and fraudulent text messages, which have been a perennial grievance for cellphone users, while postpaid subscribers are still entitled to a 50 percent rate, according to a circular recently released by the Ministry of Information and Communications. — Real estate firms in Ho Chi Minh City have showered their potential clients, particularly apartment buyers, with promotional gifts as the lunar year is nearing its end to…
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