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Việt Nam on the way to end TB by 2030

Around 12,000 people die from tuberculosis each year in Việt Nam – that’s one and half times higher than those killed in traffic accidents over the same period.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

Vietnam’s education making the grade

Vietnam is drawing closer to the target of raising the ­education system to advanced regional level by 2030, and ­accomplishing the tasks set out by a government resolution on regulating comprehensive reforms in education five years ago.Keep reading ...

Hai Ha

Vietnam commits to wiping out tuberculosis by 2030

Minister of Health Nguyen Thi Kim Tien has committed to wiping out tuberculosis (TB) in Vietnam by 2030 while addressing the High-Level TB Meeting, held on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly in New York. Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Hanoi determined to build smart city by 2030

Hanoi is determined to build a people-centered and business-oriented smart city by 2030, said Permanent Vice Chairman of the Hanoi City People’s Committee Nguyen Van Suu during the sixth World Cities Summit (WCS) 2018 held in Singapore on July 9.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Industry goals for the coming years

Việt Nam’s industry will contribute 40 per cent to the national GDP by 2030, according to a newly issued resolution. Under Resolution 23-NQ/TW to develop the national industry until 2030, with a vision up to 2045, issued recently by the Politburo, the processing and manufacturing industries ...

VNS Reporter

Hanoi to become a smart city by 2030

Hanoi set the target to turn into a smart city by 2030 in accordance to the capital’s revised information and technology strategy in the 2016-2020 period.Keep reading ...

Nguyen Huong

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