The State spends big money to build and operate schools for the gifted, but many people think it is a waste of resources. In Vinh Phuc province, students at the schools can receive VND2.2 million to buy school supplies and personal belongings and live in dormitories for free. … [Read more...] about How much money will the state pour into schools for the gifted?
Photo for illustration: vov.vn All equipment of the kindergarten of Nam Vi commune in Muong Nhe district was swept away. Floods also destroyed a primary school in Sen Thuong commune of Muong Nhe district. … [Read more...] about Flash floods leave one missing in Dien Bien
Tien said that there are still not enough conditions to promote the law effectively, saying though the linking transactions were controlled in the law of tax administration, there was no content defining the basis for determining the associated transactions in the Law on Corporate Income Tax, which was a basis for calculating the income of the enterprise. … [Read more...] about Guiding decrees needed to fight with transfer pricing in Vietnam
In general, the province has received particular praise for its workforce training, the safety of its legal institutions, and the pioneering role of local governance, all of which are drawing attention from long-term investors. This explains why local and global giants, especially Europe and America, are keen on the province. One of the outstanding success stories is Piaggio which has two plants in the province. The other is De Heus, a high-quality European animal feed producer, one of the five largest animal feed manufacturers in Vietnam that is making extensive contributions to the agricultural development of not only Vinh Phuc but the whole country. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 7
A boy brings a life saver which is an inflated old tire. Many parents said they prefer having their children come to the lake to swim after class, which keeps them away from the TV and video games. … [Read more...] about Lakes provide Hanoi youth respite from scalding heat