Fair play for all partiesBy Phan Minh Ngoc What traditional taxi firms need to do is fight for equal treatment between them and Grab, or find ways to toughen the legal requirements set down on Grab to the level applied to them, or vice versa - PHOTO: LE ANH Decision 24 of the Ministry of Transport on the pilot management of transport service providers using technology applications expired a year ago (January 2018). Now, how this business model should be managed still depends on the Government’s deliberation. Obviously, the law has lagged far behind reality. On December 28, 2018 the HCMC People’s Court ruled that Grab must pay Vinasun VND4.8 billion plus court fees as compensation for the latter. Grab immediately appealed against this verdict. As one among those who rarely use the services of Grab in Vietnam, the author however supports the launch of its app-based ride service, since it gives consumers another option that is generally cheaper than traditional taxis. … [Read more...] about Fair play for all parties
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Party, State, Government and National Assembly leaders and former leaders at the memorial service General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong delivers the eulogy Party, State, Government and National Assembly leaders and former leaders pay their last respects to former Party chief Do Muoi. The coffin of the former Party leader is draped in the national flag. The gun carriage carrying the coffin of the former Party chief departs from the National Funeral Hall to his hometown in Dong My commune, Thanh Tri district, Hanoi. The memorial service for former Party leader Do Muoi at Thong Nhat Hall, Ho Chi Minh City on October 7 morning Party, State, Government and National Assembly leaders and former leaders at the memorial service General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong delivers the eulogy Party, State, Government and National Assembly … [Read more...] about Memorial services for former Party Chief Do Muoi
Memorial, burial ceremonies for former Party chief Do Muoi held todayThe Saigon Times Daily High-ranking leaders at the tribute-paying ceremony for former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Do Muoi - PHOTO: VNA HCMC – Following the respect-paying ceremony yesterday, the memorial service is held at 9:00 a.m. today, October 7 for former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Do Muoi, who passed away on October 1 at the age of 101, VietnamPlus news site reported. The memorial service is held at the National Funeral Hall, No. 5 Tran Thanh Tong Street, Hanoi, and the burial ceremony will follow from 1:00 p.m. the same day in his hometown in Thanh Tri District, Hanoi City. The Communist Party of Vietnam’s Central Committee, the National Assembly, the State Presidency, the Government, and the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee yesterday paid tribute to former Party chief Do Muoi in the national mourning etiquette at the National … [Read more...] about Memorial, burial ceremonies for former Party chief Do Muoi held today
LPRP General Secretary and President of Laos Bounnhang Volachith writes in the condolence book for former Party General Secretary Do Muoi. (Photo: VNA) – Vietnamese embassies across the world held ceremonies to pay tribute to and open condolences books for former Party General Secretary Do Muoi, who passed away in Hanoi on October 1 at the age of 101. Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan pays last respects to Do Muoi at the Vietnamese Embassy. (Photo:VNA) Cuban Secretary of the Party Central Committee José Ramón Balaguer writes in the funeral book at the Vietnamese Embassy in Cuba. (Photo: VNA) Do Muoi, who passed away in Hanoi on October 1 at the age of 101, served as General Secretary of the CPV Central Committee from June 1991 to December 1997. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese embassies open funeral books for former Party chief
Nation Who pays the dear price? The Saigon Times Daily Sunday, Mar 4, 2018,22:37 (GMT+7) Who pays the dear price?The Saigon Times Daily Authorities of the central coast city of Danang have finally come to a painful solution to the persistent pollution caused by two steel factories, Dana Y and Dana Uc, in Hoa Vang District, determining last Friday to shut down the steel mills with immediate effect. Such a bold decision follows angry protests spanning several months by the people, who have suffered from worsening pollution since the steel mills were set up there over ten years ago. At a meeting with representatives of the steel mills and villagers on Friday, Danang City Vice Chairman Ho Ky Minh announced a decision by the city’s Party leadership to cease production at the facilities. This is a hard-fought decision, as there has been much infighting in the past few years over whether to shut down the pollution-causing factories or … [Read more...] about Who pays the dear price?