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Changes in tuition fee in 2019

As per the decree No. 86, public schools and self-financing facilities are entitled to raise tuition fee once every two year whereas other public higher educational institutions subsidized by the government will change tuition fee annually. Tuition fee in subsidized schools is VND700,000 – VND900,000 higher ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Domestic labour market to hit 56 million in 2019

Vietnam’s labour market is predicted to reach 56 million in 2019, the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) has announced. According to Le Quang Trung, deputy head of MoLISA’s Employment Department, the domestic labour market is witnessing a positive movement from untrained workers to ...

VNA Reporter

Vietnam faces threat of trade deficit in 2019

Việt Nam faces a possible return to a trade deficit this year after three years of enjoying surpluses, experts said pointing to the sharp rise in imports and increasing difficulties facing exports.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

North-South Expressway a top priority for government in 2019

Eleven components of the North-South Expressway are among the top priority this year, the government has said. Three of them are publicly funded and the rest will be built under a public-private partnership (PPP) model.Keep reading ...

Dat Nguyen

Vietnam to continue removing 50% business conditions in 2019

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested ministries and government agencies to remove and simplify at least 50% business and investment conditions in 2019.  []The success of the business community would bring prosperity for Vietnam in the next decades. Keep reading ...

Nguyen Tung

National population & housing census to begin on April 1, 2019

The General Statistics Office has announced that the 2019 national population and housing census will begin on April 1 next year. The census will collect essential information on the population and housing situation nationwide to serve the research and analysis of the population and housing development ...

VNA Reporter

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