HCM City to tackle river and canal encroachment Ung Van Thiem encroaches on thousands of square metres used to protect Saigon River The inspection taskforce, led by Mr. Tuan, includes deputy directors from a number of municipal departments and agencies. The results will be issued in a report to the HCM City People's Committee in December. According to Mr. Tuan, the problem of encroachment is not a new issue in HCM City and municipal authorities have taken actions against violators. Recently newspapers, particularly Nguoi Lao Dong, have reported on many cases that have not yet been dealt with properly. The inspection is aimed at assessing the city's current land use management and policy for the canals and rivers to prevent and settle violations, Tuan added. Ly Thanh Trong, Chief Inspector of the HCM City's Department of Construction, said to date, 11 out of 24 local districts have reported on their river and canal encroachment activities. Le Thanh Tan, Deputy Chief Inspector … [Read more...] about Social Highlights for November 5
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Being recognized as one of 12 socio-economic programs in Dong Nai province, the poverty reduction task in the past 5 years has made some remarkable breakthroughs, contributing to raising people's living standards, ensuring social security, and promoting sustainable socio-economic development in Dong Nai province. Women at Vinh Tan commune, Vinh Cuu district with poverty reduction model … [Read more...] about Poverty reduction in 5 years: ensure social security
On November 30th morning, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development held a meeting to sum up and evaluate 5-year implementation of cooperative and farm economy in Dong Nai province (for the 2002-2007 period). Attending and addressing at the meeting was Vice-Chairperson of the provincial People's Committee Ao Van Thinh. Orchid displayed at the meeting … [Read more...] about Summing up and evaluating 5-year implementation of cooperative and farm economy in Dong Nai province.
Thinner. Lighter. Faster. Simpler. The moment the iPhone 5 was unveiled we knew that it was checking off all the right boxes, folding in all the improvements and refinements people have been demanding over the past year yet plenty of folks still went to their respective social networks to type out their bitter disappointment. The iPhone 5 is here -- or will be soon, anyway -- and it's every bit the device that people were asking for when the iPhone 4S came out. Its new design has less mass yet leaves room for a larger display and LTE wireless, all while increasing battery life. In nearly every respect, this is an upgrade over the 4S that came before, though it arrives almost a year later than many had hoped. Is it too late to keep pace with the rapidly iterating Android offerings, or is it so good it was worth waiting for? The answer lies below. Hardware The iPhone 5 is a clear evolution of the stark, industrial design introduced two years ago with the iPhone 4. That collection … [Read more...] about iPhone 5 review
Mr Colin Day, Vice President of Compliance & Financial Crime Solutions at SunGard tells what emerging markets like Vietnam can do to better fight money laundering activities. Why have you chosen now to talk about money laundering in Vietnam? There are few countries in the world without recent or pending money laundering legislation as governments continue their international fight against money laundering and terrorist financing activities, and this includes Vietnam. However, complying with money laundering regulations is becoming more complex and challenging, as regulators around the world constantly raise the bar by introducing more stringent requirements and hike their expectations when it comes to effective compliance. Regulations prescribing Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance are expected to continue evolving and will mean that banks will have to continuously adapt. Banks in emerging markets such as Vietnam face increased regulatory scrutiny that is driving them to … [Read more...] about Keeping clean