$113 million auto assembly and manufacturing complex licensed

$113 million auto assembly and manufacturing complex licensed

Thua Thien-Hue gave the in-principle approval to Bach Viet Automobile Manufacturing Industry JSC to develop an automobile assembly and manufacturing complex.
Gov’t to loosen conditions for auto imports

Gov’t to loosen conditions for auto imports

The Government will soon issue a revision to Decree 116/2017 on the conditions for production, assembly, import and business of automobile warranty and maintenance services, removing a number of regulations relevant to auto imports.
US capital pouring into assembly in Danang

US capital pouring into assembly in Danang

Downtown Danang will receive trillion dongs of investment in assembly projects from US-based KeyTronicEMS and Universal Alloy Corporation (UAC).
THACO may bring back BMW assembly to Vietnam

THACO may bring back BMW assembly to Vietnam

THACO has just revealed to resume assembling BMW cars in Vietnam a decade after the German carmaker stopped manufacturing operations in the country.
Apple manufacturers looking to shift business from China to Vietnam

Apple manufacturers looking to shift business from China to Vietnam

To avoid the $200 billion tariff slapped on Chinese goods, Apple’s manufacturers are looking to shift business to Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries.
Vietnamese, Russian legislatures set stronger ties

Vietnamese, Russian legislatures set stronger ties

Vietnam and Russia have agreed to enhance co-ordination between their two legislatures to further develop the comprehensive strategic partnership, for the benefit of the two peoples and business communities in various fields, from central to local levels.
Top officials to face reviews on “confidence”

Top officials to face reviews on “confidence”

Vietnam’s highest ranking officials will face annual votes of confidence by secret ballot starting next year under a new mechanism adopted by the National Assembly.
NA wraps up

NA wraps up

The 13th National Assembly’s fourth session concluded yesterday with a series of important national issues highlighted.
Challenging road to travel

Challenging road to travel

The 13th National Assembly Legislature’s second session has ended with the successful mapping out of crucial waymarkers for Vietnam’s socio-economic development until 2015.
National Assembly lays out future challenges

National Assembly lays out future challenges

The 13th National Assembly’s second session opened this morning in Hanoi with a focus on approving five laws, one resolution and making targets for 2012 and 2011-2015.
British parliamentarians offer sage advice

British parliamentarians offer sage advice

A UK Houses of Parliament delegation last week  visited Vietnam to leverage relations between the UK and Vietnam, which are now strategic partners under a deal signed late last year.
National Assembly wraps up key session

National Assembly wraps up key session

The first session of the 13th National Assembly was wrapped up this afternoon, with the new leadership team elected and ready to lay firm groundwork for Vietnam’s new development era.
New chairman for National Assembly

New chairman for National Assembly

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung has been elected as new chairman of the National Assembly.

Oil giant under close scrutiny

PetroVietnam, which will enjoy a huge volume of state reinvestment in 2011, will remain under the thumb.

Roadmap drawn by National Assembly clear direction

The country’s future socio-economic development pathway is looking clearer.This is due to important outputs gained from the 12th National Assembly Legislation’s seventh session which wrapped up last week.
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