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South China Sea: Vietnam, Britain say China's reclamation threatens peace, stability -- David Cameron is in Hanoi

By Truong Son, Thanh Nien News

HANOI – Thursday, July 30, 2015 

Viet Nam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (L) and his British counterpart David Cameron during a welcome ceremony on July 29, 2015. 438 more words

Vietnam Today: Shaking Hands with Brazil and the IMF

According to the state-run news agency, Vietnam News, the country’s prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung met with the Brazilian Foreign Minister (MRE) Mauro Luiz lecker Vieira, while President Truong Tan Sang met with IMF representative in Vietnam and Laos, Sanjay Karla. 96 more words

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Chinese Vice-Premier Zhang in Vietnam for official visit

China’s Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli wll hold talks with top officials in Vietnam, amid simmering maritime tensions between the two neighbours.

By Tan Qiuyi

HANOI:China’s Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli was to arrive in Vietnam Thursday (Jul16) for an official visit expected to further mend China-Vietnam ties and soothe simmering tensions over competing claims in the South China Sea. 285 more words

Vietnam Announces New Pension Reforms

Vietnam’s parliament has announced changes to state pension laws that favour employees, although the revelation of the new laws will also be seen as a U-turn in a previously unfavourable and controversial planned rule change. 267 more words

Asia

131. Vietnam waives visas for 5 more European countries

Vietnam waives visas for 5 more European countries

Tourists from India, Canada, Australia and New Zealand may have to wait a little longer.
In an explicit gesture to resuscitate the ailing tourism sector, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has signed off on visa waivers for five more nationalities, a move highly welcomed by industry insiders. 467 more words

Việt Nam

Regular Dialogues with Vietnamese Citizens

Vietnamese Prime Minister, Nguyen Tan Dung, has opined a simplification of administrative procedures and issued a new decree to allow ministers, heads of ministerial-level agencies and the chairmen of cities’ and provinces’ People’s Committee to hold regular dialogues with Vietnamese citizens. 115 more words

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