With the Prime Minister's Directive No. 16 on social distancing measures coming into force from April 6, Quang Ninh has requested that relevant forces move to strengthen supervision over the actions of local residents in public places. Moreover, steps should also be taken to strictly punish people who refuse to wear masks in public, gather in groups of two people or more, or go out onto the streets for non-essential reasons. … [Read more...] about Quang Ninh gets tough on social distancing violations
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I am convinced that Vietnam will emerge stronger from this crisis with a prudent monetary and fiscal policy. The role of the Vietnamese economy in the world will grow. In view of the foreseeable fall in asset prices, particularly in the EU, good investment opportunities will arise for Vietnam within the framework of the ratified EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement. In any case, free trade will help all participating nations to get back on their feet more quickly. So far, it seems that the current Vietnamese crisis policy can indeed serve as a role model for others. … [Read more...] about Coping with the outbreak in the Vietnamese way – a role model?
During a teleconference on April 7, the officials also consented to propose the Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms Group (Viettel) to support a connection line for Laos, especially between hospitals of the two countries so that they can share experience and methods in treating COVID-19 infections. Apart from a relief package given to Laos in early April, the Vietnamese Ministry of Health has also pledged to provide its Lao counterpart with additional medical equipment such as diagnostic tools, face masks, and protective clothing, Long said. … [Read more...] about Vietnam, Laos discuss ways to fight COVID-19
This drop in positive sentiment is a direct result of the impact of COVID-19: Over 90 per cent of business leaders said that COVID-19 has had a negative impact on their enterprise, with more than half reporting a "significant" negative impact. Meanwhile, almost 80 per cent said that their business had incurred higher costs from measures taken to protect their workers and prevent the spread of the virus. … [Read more...] about European enterprises welcome Vietnam’s COVID-19 action despite blow to business
Since the national educational level framework will create a significantly positive change in training programs among universities when being applied and will encourage abroad studying, Dr. Vinh added that this framework should not be a pure administrative document but a guidance for the systematic unity of state management units, employers, and learners. … [Read more...] about Higher educational programs in Vietnam to be standardized