Schaeffler Vietnam launched the project by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with LiLama2 International Technology College to jointly conduct the 3-year pilot program for theoretical and practical training. Leaders from both sides signed the MoU at a special ceremony at the college on October 30, 2020. Schaeffler management from Singapore and Southeast Asia joined the event virtually via a video conference. … [Read more...] about Schaeffler expands its global apprenticeship program with pilot project in Vietnam
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Free trade agreement: In June, Vietnam ratified a free trade agreement with the European Union (EVFTA), becoming the second Southeast Asian state to do so with the 27-country bloc. In mid-November, Hanoi played host to an ASEAN summit where the world’s largest trade pact the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was signed and the country is a signatory. … [Read more...] about How Vietnam weathers global health crisis and rises?
Currently, there are 12 taxi and bus firms with more than 4,000 vehicles and over 20,000 payment points at shops, supermarkets and airports integrated with QR Pay. It is expected that the number of payment points will be increased to 50,000 by the end of 2018. … [Read more...] about VN PAY recorded as only QR code developer on mobile banking apps
CMC Telecom Data Centre is the first and only Data Centre in Việt Nam that has PCI DSS certificate. — Photo courtesy of CMC TelecomViet Nam News HÀ NỘI — CMC Telecom was voted one of the top 25 Managed Service Providers in the Asia Pacific by APAC CIO Outlook magazine. It is the only Vietnamese telecommunications company in the list. … [Read more...] about CMC Telecom among top 25 Managed Service Providers
Kuala Lumpur (VNA) - Malaysia's Cabinet has approved legal amendments that will allow college and university students to participate in political activities on campus. The amendments to the Universities and University Colleges Act (UUCA) 1971 will involve abolishing sections which curtail students' questioning of politicians and prevent students from engaging in party events where they study, said Malaysian Education Minister Maszlee Malik in a media statement. He said this move is in line with the political transformation brought by the government in strengthening democracy and to provide more room for university students to speak up and engage in political activities on campus. This move will also produce graduates who are "balanced" and able to "express opinions" on current issues, he said. The Malaysian government has also announced plans to lower the voting age to 18 years old, from 21 years old currently. The UUCA provisions were tightened up to restrict student activism in … [Read more...] about Malaysia’s Cabinet lifts ban on political activities in universities