(VOVworld) –Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked Military Zone 5 to further uphold the entire people and political system, consolidate defensive capacity, and develop people’s national defence. Mr. Phuc made the statement during his Tet visit on Friday to the military, adding that as a strategic area, the zone’s soldiers should heighten revolutionary vigilance in the new situation. Deputy PM Phuc also visited and sent Tet greetings to Da Nang authorities and people, where he praised the achievements of the city last year. In 2016, he called on the city to focus on improving human resources and prepare for international integration. … [Read more...] about Deputy PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s Tet visit to Military Zone 5
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The 11th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam identified uniform and comprehensive implementation of external activities, proactive and active international integration, maintenance of a peaceful and stable environment, and creation of favorable conditions for national sustainable development as steps to turn Vietnam into an industrialized and modernized country by 2020. 1- Internationalization and globalization is an objective development trend of the era and, after all, is decided by the constant development of production forces. International integration is a subjective behavior of countries and nations towards this objective trend. Almost all countries, small and large, rich and poor alike, have to integrate themselves to seize development opportunities, while staying aware of the numerous challenges to be overcome during the international integration process. Vietnam is not an exception. Globally, there are the United Nations (UN) and specialized organizations inside and … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s options during international integration trend
What are the most striking characteristics of Vietnam's defense policy after 38 years of reunification? VietNamNet would like to introduce the translation of the interview with Deputy Minister of Defense, Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh, a Party Central Committee member on Tuoi Tre Newspaper.Behind China's suggestion of COC Each person, based on their particular circumstances, will have their own feelings. But there is one thing in common: it is the victory of the people of Vietnam and we are proud to pass an arduous war by the power of the entire nation. This victory has built the lasting peace, which is also a very important condition for the development of the country. To go to the day of victory, we had to pay a very expensive price, with many people falling down. Perhaps after the April 30 victory, a few people thought that almost 40 years later, and perhaps beyond, our country must continue to make every effort to rectify the consequences of the war. First and foremost … [Read more...] about The outstanding feature of the Vietnamese defense policy
In 2010, Vietnam overcame numerous difficulties and challenges to march forward. That was a year when Vietnam's proactive and comprehensive diplomacy effectively served the cause of national defense and development and gained successes to welcome of the 11th National Party Congress. In 2010, Vietnam overcame numerous difficulties and challenges to march forward. That was a year when Vietnam's proactive and comprehensive diplomacy effectively served the cause of national defense and development and gained successes to welcome of the 11th National Party Congress. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s diplomacy in 2010: Firmly marching on the road of integration and development.
Labor-intensive firms to benefit from tax payment delays Enterprises employing more than 300 workers and cooperatives in certain sectors will have their 2011 tax payments delayed for one year, according to a prime ministerial decision. Decision 54/2011/QD-TT inked by the Prime Minister last week following a Ministry of Finance proposal is aimed at helping enterprises cope with current tough market conditions such as high inflation and high interest rates. In addition to labor-intensive businesses, cooperatives in sectors such as agriculture, forestry, aquaculture, textiles, footwear, electronic components, and infrastructure construction will not have to pay 2011 taxes until next year. The taxes whose payment can be delayed from the end of next month should be roughly calculated every quarter and declared in the firm's tax statements for 2011, excluding the tax on incomes from other activities than business and production. Tax payments in Q1 will be rescheduled to … [Read more...] about BUSINESS IN BRIEF 26/10