HCM City (VNS/VNA) – Ho Chi Minh City plans to complete inventory and check the status of State-owned houses and land in the city this year to ensure that housing and land are being used for legitimate purposes. The city will check housing and land quantity, area, shape, position, legal documents, management, purposes for use, as well as the current housing and land usage of offices, organisations, enterprises and individuals. The city will fine violators of regulations and withdraw land use licences of State-owned vacant houses and land or those that were taken illegally. The city's People’s Committee has told relevant agencies including the Department of Natural Resources and Environment to strengthen checks and supervision after issuing certificates of land-use rights. The department is expected to check the leases of State-owned land that rent at low prices and then set up a proper price framework. This land should also be withdrawn to create a fund for … [Read more...] about HCM City improves oversight of State-owned housing, land
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Similar to what we were doing with the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, the MoIT has drafted an action plan for the implementation of the EVFTA which has set forth clear tasks and objectives. The main tasks are divided into the five following core groups: diffusion about the deal and EU markets; regulatory work; boosting competitiveness and human resource development; guidelines and policies towards trade unions and other organisations caring for the labourers at enterprises; and policies on social well-being, environmental protection, and sustainable development. … [Read more...] about Scrutinising the implications of new deals on Vietnam’s economy
Vietnamese electronics makers have until the end of this quarter to find alternative sources for their input materials as inventories run low and supply would likely remain disrupted due to outbreaks of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in China and S. Korea, according to the Vietnam Electronic Industries Association (VEIA). … [Read more...] about As supply runs low, electronics makers forecast further disruption
Most-favored-nation treatment (MFN) is the basic principle in WTO’s international trade, whereby a member country must be given the same treatment as all other WTO members, regardless of developed countries or developing countries. However, he affirmed that the change won’t have impact on Vietnam in reality. … [Read more...] about What if the US no longer considers Vietnam a ‘developing country’?
Hanoi (VNA) – As many as 4,849 out of the 8,902 communes nationwide, or 54.47 percent, have been recognised as new-style rural areas, said the central coordination office on new-style rural area building. The average number of criteria achieved per commune hit 15.66. However, 1,210 communes reached less than 10 criteria, accounting for 13.59 percent. As of January, 114 units at district-level were honoured with the recognition. The national target programme on building new-styled rural areas was initiated by the Government in 2010 with the aim of developing rural regions. It initially had 19 criteria, but that increased to 20 in 2015. The list of criteria includes the development of infrastructure, the improvement of production capacity, environmental protection, and the promotion of cultural values. After 10 years of implementing the programme, positive results have been recorded./. … [Read more...] about Over 54 percent of communes recognised as new-style rural areas