New policies are coming into effect in September, including regulations relating to policies to support poor students, export tariff cuts for environmentally friendly products, and tightened State control of chemical substances.
Viet Nam stated position of Vietnam on Arbitral Tribunal’s ruling issuance on July 12: Vietnam has welcomed the issuance of the final ruling by the Arbitral Tribunal on July 12, Foreign Ministry’s Spokeperson Le Hai Binh stated the country’s response to the decision.
Vietnam policies take effect in June 2016 including: A series of polices on road maintenance, investments from the social insurance, health insurance and unemployment insurance funds and sanctioning of administrative violations in the fields of plant varieties and plant protection and quarantine.
Vietnam new policies take effect in April 2016: highlight: Decree No. 11/2016/ND-CP dated February 3, 2016 guiding the implementation of some articles of the Labor Code is among new legal documents that take effect in April.
Vietnam attends the 2016 Nuclear Industry Summit (NIS 2016) in Washington, D.C. from March 31- April 1 with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh.
Vietnam new policies take effect in March 2016: Regulations on management, provision and use of radio and television services, conditions on setting up foreign traders’ representative offices and the number of Vice Chairpersons at provinces.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung receives WB Group President. Viet Nam appreciates the assistance and cooperation of the World Bank (WB) for its socio-economic development process, especially in poverty reduction and sustainable development and expects to receive the WB’s continued assistance in human resource development and policy consultancy and in realizing development goals.
Vietnam demands China immediately stop sending rockets to Paracel islands, said the spokesperson Le Hai Binh on February 19 in Ha Noi. Viet Nam was extremely concerned over China’s building of a military helicopter base on Quang Hoa Island and its deployment of HQ-9 surface-to-air missiles to Phu Lam Island of Viet Nam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago.