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VNG asked to cut off violent content from its online game

In Uncategorized on October 13, 2010 at 7:50 am

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Information and Communications September 19 asked Vietnam’s top online game firm VNG to cut out violent content from its online game entitled Biet Doi Than Toc (Sudden Attack). 

An ad for Biet Doi Than Toc (Sudden Attack), a role-playing online game released by VNG Corporation

The department also asked VNG to stop creating valuable assets in its online games to sell to gamers, and selling game cards which gamers buy to credit money to their accounts to buy or rent assets in games.
 
The department ordered Internet service providers to take technical measures to block violent content in the Sudden Attack game, and report results to the department by September 30.
 
The city’s district people’s committees were ordered to ask Internet shops to stop offering the game with violent content, and administratively penalize them if they don’t.
 
Sudden Attack is the second online game after Special Force of FPT Online Company found to contain violence.

Source: SGGP

Health official asked to explain his revealing to press

In Uncategorized on October 13, 2010 at 7:49 am

The Ministry of Health ordered a health official to explain for what he told the media about inspection results of Tamiflu scandal, said deputy health minister Trinh Quang Huan at a press briefing in Hanoi on September 21.

The Ministry of Health shoud carefully consider destruction of nearly 10 millioncapsules of Tamiflu to avoid collosal waste (Photo: SGGP)

The Ministry of Health shoud carefully consider destruction of nearly 10 million capsules of Tamiflu to avoid collosal waste (Photo: SGGP)


The ministry’s Legislation Department deputy director Nguyen Huy Quang must write an explanation about his revealing a report on inspection results of Tamiflu scandal to the media when the report was not approved by the Government.


The media released last month the report of Government inspectors who accused the ministry and four local drug makers of wasting financial resources because of overestimating the need for Tamiflu in November 2005.


Mr. Huan said the report had no legal validity because of lacking government approval and ministry’s opinion.


The ministry has ordered the destruction of a controversial reserve of over 9.7 million capsules of Tamiflu while some health experts say it is a waste, suggesting to recycling the drug because Vietnam, one of bird flu-hit countries, has high bird flu cases only after Indonesia.


In addition, avian influenza virus circulation and high load of other flu strains could lead to mutation and a human influenza pandemic. Therefore, the country planned to earmark US$211 million for fighting against pandemic for the period 2011-2015.


 

Source: SGGP

Ha Tinh asked to draw more investors to Vung Ang EZ

In Uncategorized on July 5, 2010 at 4:09 pm




Ha Tinh asked to draw more investors to Vung Ang EZ


QĐND – Monday, July 05, 2010, 21:26 (GMT+7)

The central province of Ha Tinh needs to invest more in infrastructure in the Vung Ang Economic Zone (EZ) and create favourable conditions for businesses that are carrying out projects there.


Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung made the request at a working session with the provincial leaders during his trip to Ha Tinh province on July 4, focusing on its socio-economic performances in the first half of 2010 and development directions for the 2011-2015 period.


PM Dung urged the province to take full advantage of Vung Ang deep-water seaport, step up investment promotion and simplify administrative procedures, in order to attract more investors to the Vung Ang EZ.


Ha Tinh province must utilise from 6,000 km2 of land, including 100,000 ha for farming and 250,000 ha for afforestation, and a population of almost 1.3 million, he said, adding that it needs speed up the application of scientific-technological advances to cow breeding and rubber growing.


The government leader asked Ha Tinh to upgrade and build more healthcare and education facilities, develop human resources, ensure social security and reduce traffic accidents.


PM Dung praised the socio-economic achievements the province has reaped over the past five years, referring to its annual average economic growth rate of 9.6 percent and preliminary successes in developing industrial and economic zones and seaports.


However, the PM also pointed out a number of shortcomings facing Ha Tinh such as low per capita income, which stands at VND11 million a year, equivalent to just half of the nation’s average, a high rate of poor households and poor socio-economic infrastructure’s facilities.


During his visit, PM Dung inspected the construction of resettlement areas and the construction tempo of major projects in the Vung Ang EZ, including the Vung Ang 1 thermal power plant and the Son Duong steel complex and seaport. The EZ has so far attracted more than 90 projects with a combined registered capital of almost VND200 trillion (US$10.5 billion).


The government leader also called at the monuments to the late Party General Secretaries, Ha Huy Tap and Tran Phu, and the Dong Loc T-junction relic site.


Source: VOVNews/VNA


Source: QDND

Media agencies asked to raise news quality

In Uncategorized on June 21, 2010 at 4:32 pm




Media agencies asked to raise news quality


QĐND – Monday, June 21, 2010, 22:17 (GMT+7)


The National Assembly, Party and Government leaders have asked the media to further enhance its news quality while asserting its important role in social life.

At his meeting in Hanoi on June 20 with journalists on the occasion of Vietnam’s 85th Revolutionary Journalism Day (June 21), NA Chairman Trong praised the media as “a close friend” and “an important information channel” of the National Assembly.


“Whether the National Assembly’s sessions can drum up public interest or not are largely attributed to the press,” Chairman Trong said, urging the media to improve the quality of coverage so that readers can understand the legislative body’s activities more thoroughly.


He particularly hailed the press in general, and the newspapers of the NA in particular, for disseminating information on activities related to the NA, its committees and the people’s councils.


Mr Trong said he expects the media to focus more on covering positive trends in society and combating negative phenomena as well as sabotage schemes under the guise of democracy and human rights to undermine the national unity.


The same day, To Huy Rua, who is politburo member, secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC) and head of the CPVCC’s Education Commission, visited the Vietnam News Agency (VNA).


Rua spoke highly of the VNA’s contributions to the national construction and development, emphasising that the VNA has successfully fulfilled its role and responsibility as an important and reliable strategic information channel of the Party and State. Its provision of timely and accurate information has served well the policy-making and execution as well as meeting the research and information demands of other agencies.


He also affirmed that the VNA has well performed its tasks to bring the news to the Vietnamese community and foreign friends abroad.


The VNA should continue to raise the quality, effectiveness and competitiveness of its services, and develop the multi-media news service, including the creation of its own television channel, Mr Rua noted, expressing hope that the country’s only news agency will be able to keep pace with regional and international news agencies.


Later, Mr Rua made a tour of the Nhan Dan (People) newspaper, Radio the Voice of Vietnam, the Communist Review, the Quan doi Nhan dan (People’s Army) newspaper, the Vietnam Television, the Cong an Nhan dan (People’s Police) newspaper, and the Journalism and Propaganda Institute.


Congratulating the journalists on their anniversary, Mr Rua asked the media to focus on covering on Party congresses at all levels in preparation for the 11thth National Party Congress, and the implementation of the campaign “Studying and following the moral example of President Ho Chi Minh” and other major events in 2010.


The same day, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan held a working session with the staff of the Governmental e-portal, where he asked them to improve the accuracy, timeliness and efficiency of the information.


The portal should also provide in-depth analysis of the Government’s viewpoints and policies to help the public gain a better understanding, Mr Nhan said.

Source: VNA/PANO

Source: QDND

Provinces asked to prepare for storms and floods

In Uncategorized on May 9, 2010 at 4:51 pm




Provinces asked to prepare for storms and floods


QĐND – Sunday, May 09, 2010, 22:4 (GMT+7)

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has asked provinces to ensure the reservoirs before storm and flood season this year.


Accordingly, provinces and cities in the northern and Highland regions must be finished with repair and upgrading work before May 31.


Construction work in the Central Highlands should be accelerated to ensure timely protection against floods.


Source: VOV


Source: QDND

Vietnam, Cambodia women asked to tighten links

In Uncategorized on April 15, 2010 at 4:17 am

Women’s unions of Vietnam and Cambodia should increase regular meetings to share experiences and conduct activities for development and advancement of the two countries’ women, said a Party official.


Ha Thi Khiet, Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Mass Mobilization, made the suggestion during a reception for a delegation of the Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD) association, led by Senator Mean Sam Ann, member of the CWPD’s executive board.


Khiet, who is also Secretary of the Party Central Committee, congratulated Cambodia on its achievements in women’s affairs and improving the lives of its women and children.


Mean Sam Ann, member of the Cambodia People’s Party Central Committee, said women from Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos have enjoyed close relations and they need to boost cooperation and support for mutual progress during the current socio-economic development process.


CWPD is trying its best to implement commitments signed with the Vietnam Women’s Union in an effort to tighten the relations between the women and people of the two nations, the official added.

Source: SGGP

State-owned corps asked to lead economic development

In Uncategorized on March 24, 2010 at 4:44 am

State-owned businesses need to contribute more to stabilising the macro-economy, maintaining growth and curbing inflation to achieve this year’s growth target of 6.5 percent, said a government leader.








PM Nguyen Tan Dung (2nd L) meets representatives of state-owned groups and corporations at a meeting held in Hanoi on March 10 to discuss solutions to implement their development plans this year ( Photo: VNA)

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung delivered this request while chairing a session in Hanoi on March 10 between the cabinet and state-owned groups and corporations on tasks and solutions to implement the plans set for 2010.


To reach these targets, PM Dung suggested state-owned enterprises re-examine their production and business plans and deploy projects on schedule, shooting for an annual average growth rate of 10 percent.


The government will create favourable conditions in terms of procedures for businesses to carry out projects effectively, the PM said, noting that as soon as each power, cement or fertiliser plant goes on line, they begin to contribute to raising the nation’s output and its GDP and to generating more jobs for workers.


To rein in inflation, the leader urged the state-owned sector to make specific calculations so as to prevent speculation in goods.


Regarding social security, PM Dung called upon the economic giants to step up production and business activities, increase the income of workers, and support the country’s 62 poorest districts in socio-economic development.


He took this occasion to applaud the efforts of the state-owned sector in observing the Party and government’s guidelines and thus contributing to the nation’s general socio-economic achievements in 2009.


Despite various difficulties and challenges, Vietnam managed to record a growth rate of 5.32 percent, and state-owned groups and corporations made up 42 percent of the nation’s GDP, the PM elaborated.


However, PM Dung also pointed out weaknesses and shortcomings faced by such businesses, citing their low productivity, weak competitiveness, scattered investments and limited application of scientific and technological advances.





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Google Maps asked to correct mistake

In Politics-Society on March 21, 2010 at 7:28 am




Google Maps asked to correct mistake


QĐND – Saturday, March 20, 2010, 20:53 (GMT+7)

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Nguyen Phuong Nga has asked Google Maps to correct its description of the land demarcation line between Vietnam and China.


Google Maps presents an incorrect boundary line between Vietnam and China, and Vietnam requests that Google correct the mistake according to the official map of Vietnam, Ms Nga said in response to reporters’ questions on March 20.


Vietnam and China signed a protocol on border demarcation and landmark planting, an agreement on land border management regulations and an agreement on border gates and regulations on land border gate management in November 2009.


With the signing of these documents, Ms Nga said, the border between Vietnam and China has been positioned clearly on the map.


Both sides are to ratify the documents according to the law of their respective countries to bring them to life, she said.


The new documents will be deposited at the United Nations and supplied to global mapping and publishing organisations, alongside the 1999 Vietnam-China border demarcation treaty and relevant documents still in effect.


Source: VOV


Source: QDND

Banks asked to provide sufficient loans

In Vietnam Banking Finance on November 22, 2009 at 12:27 pm

The State Bank of Vietnam’s governor ordered commercial banks November 20 to provide sufficient loans for production and business. 








Processing tra catfish for export at a factory in the Mekong Delta, one of the sectors which will be prioritized for loan grants following a directive from the Central Bank (Photo: SGGP)

Banks were asked to provide loans for agricultural, forestry and aquaculture production, agricultural product, processing and exports.  
 
The Central Bank asked banks to stabilize and mobilize funds especially in dong, closely monitor credit growth, and adjust their credit structure according to sector, field, and area, and limit the granting of loans to non-productive sectors.
 
Banks were also asked to re-schedule debt payment and interest rates for enterprises and production households who have sustained losses due to natural disasters.  
 
Credit growth has exceeded 33 percent leaving enterprises facing difficulties in obtaining loans. 


Source: SGGP Bookmark & Share

North central region asked to boost vocational training

In Vietnam Society on September 21, 2009 at 7:46 am

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan on September 19 urged northern central provinces to build more vocational training establishments to meet the increasing demand for high-quality human resources.








A hi-tech welding class at Viet Duc Vocational College in Ha Tinh Province.

Addressing a conference, held in Ha Tinh province on September 19, to promote investment in human resource development for the northern central provinces, Deputy PM Nhan said the number of vocational training schools should be two to four times more than that of universities in the region, which comprises asked Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh and Quang Tri provinces.


The Deputy PM who is also Minister of Education and Training, said the training of local high-skilled workers is a major task to turn the northern central region into a centre for industry, commerce and tourism in the coming years.


He called on businesses to provide financial supports for training establishments and receive trainees for practice periods.


The northern central region has by now attracted US$17 billion in registered capital from foreign investors, ranking third among the country’s eight key economic regions in term of foreign investment attraction.


A series of big domestic and foreign projects are being deployed in the region, prompting need for 391,000 skilled workers by 2015 and 550,000 by 2020.


During the conference, the Ha Tinh university and Formosa group of Taiwan have signed an agreement on metallurgy and business management training cooperation and the Republic of Korea’s Visionland company has inked a deal with the Vung Ang economic zone’s management board on the building of a university and a vocational school in the zone.


Source: SGGP