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With its 27 years of development in Vietnam via fostering sustainable values for the community, Bac A Commercial Joint Stock Bank has been accompanying the government’s efforts to fight the pandemic and protect public health.
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The government will soon promulgate a new financial and technical solution aimed to assisting domestic production and business activities in order to recover economic growth.
On the occasion of the World Environment Day this year themed “Reimagine. Recreate. Restore.”, Caitlin Wiesen, resident representative of the United Nations Development Programme in Vietnam, talked with VIR’s Thanh Dat about Vietnam’s efforts to protect the environment in pursuit of sustainable development.
The ongoing fight against the COVID-19 pandemic has led to huge demands for capital for Vietnam to support local production. The country is cementing cooperation with the international community to fuel its efforts, amid expectation of a continued deficit in the state budget.
Bac A Commercial Joint Stock Bank (BAC A BANK) and VietinBank Insurance (VBI) have officially forged a bilateral co-operation to develop non-life insurance services.
Vietnam’s new National Assembly for the 15th tenure will soon be elected, with high-quality members facilitating the country to materialise its dream to become a more affluent nation in the years to come.
Vietnam is to continue speeding up disbursement of public investment, with a focus on infrastructure development, in a bid to spur on economic growth and create more space for private enterprises.
Locally-invested TH Group is applying high technology to produce electricity to fuel its production, save costs, and contribute to ensuring national energy security and environmental protection.
Acall has been made for Vietnam to revise the regulations on the management and use of state capital in enterprises to create state-owned groups that can operate more effectively and contribute more to national economic development in line with the direction of the 13th National Party Congress.
With its growing international prestige and great success in the first half of its journey last year as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council for the 2020-2021 tenure, Vietnam has begun its role for the second time as chair of the organisation in April with great hopes of contributing more to the international community.
Vietnam is seeking solutions to ensure better management over water resources for sustainable development. Laurent Umans, first secretary of Water Management and Climate at the Embassy of the Netherlands to Vietnam, talked with VIR’s Thanh Dat about these efforts, with a need to call for more private investment into the sector.
As chair of the UN Security Council (UNSC) in April, Vietnam will continue being a full-year non-permanent member of the body with great responsibilities for the second year, demonstrating its strong commitment to stay united with the international community to solve the issues shared by humankind.
Despite the ongoing health crisis, a large-scale vaccine administration scheme plus a continued rise in production and business confidence in the first two months of the year are expected to help the economy hit the desired growth for the first half of 2020 and beyond.
On March 3, locally-invested lender Bac A Bank officially listed 708.5 million shares on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) under the transaction code of BAB.
Vietnam will run for the United Nations Human Rights Council’s 2023-2025 term to spur on human rights in the international arena and its own relevant achievements.