If the administration in any locality decides to let students stay home for a longer period of time, they will have to make sure local students take enough classes to complete their curriculum and wrap up the school year on the designated date, which is prior to June 30. … [Read more...] about Vietnam education ministry suggests students return to school in early March
Uk proposes six year prison sentence
U.S., India at odds over trade as Trump heads for encounter with Modi - U.S. officials The Saigon Times Daily Sunday, Feb 23, 2020,18:19 (GMT+7) U.S., India at odds over trade as Trump heads for encounter with Modi - U.S. officials … [Read more...] about U.S., India at odds over trade as Trump heads for encounter with Modi – U.S. officials
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - Vietnam could cease to have an operating train system in less than two weeks unless a funding issue at the Vietnam Railways Corporation (VNR) is resolved, an official has said. The stunning revelation came this week when Vu Anh Minh, Chairman of the VNR's Member Council, spoke at a meeting between the Government’s working group and the Committee for Management of State Capital at Enterprises (CMSC). The railway operator hasn't received a single VND from the State since November 2018, when a change in how it was managed stopped the flow of cash, leaving the corporation without a budget for vital railway maintenance. The VNR used to be under the management of the Ministry of Transport but in November 2018, it was transferred to the CMSC, as part of efforts to separate State capital management from corporate administration. Before the transfer, annual budget estimates allocated to the VNR for maintenance work were made by the transport ministry, which can no … [Read more...] about Train services derailed by funding chaos
After a three year boom, in mid-2019, the condotel market suddenly received irs first shock: the local authorities revoked the certificate for long-term land use rights from a project in Da Nang and gave a certificate for fixed-term (50 years) land use rights instead. … [Read more...] about Will new legal document bring investors back to condotel market?
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - The State Bank of Vietnam should consider developing a roadmap to remove regulations on credit growth limits and interest rate caps as it isn’t suitable due to the country’s achievements in stabilising the nation’s economy, according to experts. The General Statistics Office (GSO) reported that the country’s GDP growth reached 7.38 percent in the first quarter of 2018, the best first-quarter performance in the last ten years, backed by growth in manufacturing and agriculture, as well as momentum from high GDP growth rates of 7.46 percent and 7.65 percent in third and fourth quarters of 2017. Meanwhile, January-March average annual inflation was also controlled at 2.82 percent, GSO reported. Based upon this positive growth, Nguyen Xuan Thanh, Director of the Fulbright Economics Teaching Programme, suggested that it is time to remove the regulations and replace them by indirect ones based on market principles, bizlive.vn reported. Thanh … [Read more...] about Interest rate caps not needed: experts