International NGOs donation in 2014 reached US$300 million

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International NGOs donation in 2014 reached US$300 million

(VOV) - Despites world economic difficulties in 2014, international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) still provided US$300 million for Vietnam, focusing on social issues and socio-economic, health, educational and natural resource development.

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Hanoi: Not smooth pilot metro line

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Hanoi: Not smooth pilot metro line

In addition to remarkable cost over-runs, construction on Hanoi’s pilot metro line from Nhon to Hanoi train station also risks dropping behind schedule.

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Int’l organisations’ AIDS prevention efforts hailed

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Int’l organisations’ AIDS prevention efforts hailed

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has praised the positive assistance and effective coordination of foreign countries and international organisations in the fight against AIDS, drugs and prostitution in Vietnam.

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Vietnam’s public debt is still within sustainable threshold

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Vietnam’s public debt is still within sustainable threshold

VietNamNet Bridge – Many questions have recently surfaced over a lot of macroeconomic issues in Vietnam, especially the use of official development assistance (ODA), the country’s rising public debt, and institutional changes among others. The Saigon Times Daily talked with Victoria Kwakwa, country director for the World Bank in Vietnam, about such controversial issues.

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Foreign donors vow to support Vietnam’s development

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World Bank (WB) Country Director Victoria Kwakwa has affirmed development partners’ willingness to support Vietnam through providing policy consultancy and capital sources at the Vietnam Development Partnership Forum which opened in Hanoi on December 5.

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Foreign donors vow to support Vietnam’s development

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Foreign donors vow to support Vietnam’s development

World Bank (WB) Country Director Victoria Kwakwa has affirmed development partners’ willingness to support Vietnam through providing policy consultancy and capital sources at the Vietnam Development Partnership Forum which opened in Hanoi on December 5.

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China to end use of prisoners' organs for transplants next month

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China to end use of prisoners' organs for transplants next month

BEIJING, Dec 5 - China, the only country that still systematically takes organs from executed prisoners for use in transplant operations, plans to end the controversial practice from next month, a local newspaper said on Friday.

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Foreign donors vow to support Vietnam’s development

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Foreign donors vow to support Vietnam’s development

(VOV) - World Bank (WB) Country Director Victoria Kwakwa has affirmed development partners’ willingness to support Vietnam through providing policy consultancy and capital sources at the Vietnam Development Partnership Forum which opened in Hanoi on December 5.

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World Bank raises Vietnam's 2014 growth forecast to 5.6 percent

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World Bank raises Vietnam's 2014 growth forecast to 5.6 percent

The World Bank said on Wednesday it has revised its forecast for Vietnam's economic growth this year to 5.6 percent from 5.4 percent previously, after the government said it expects the economy to accelerate this year.

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Dialogue focuses on tackling corruption

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The importance of prevention and asset recovery was stressed at the 13th anti-corruption dialogue between the Vietnamese Government, international donors and other development partners held in Ha Noi yesterday.

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Anti-corruption dialogue focuses on prevention measures

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The 13th anti-corruption dialogue between the Vietnamese Government and international donors and development partners was organised in Hanoi on November 26, seeking measures to prevent bribery and taking back bribes.

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Fishermen's monthly income: $190

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VietNam News English 3 week(s) ago

Fishermen have an average monthly income of VND4 million (US$190) and 84 per cent of them work more than eight hours a day, according to a study presented by the Viet Nam Labour Federation's Worker and Trade Unions Institute at a seminar in Ha Noi on Monday.

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Vietnam, foreign donors cooperate to realise development goals

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Vietnam’s ministries, sectors and their development partners need to promote cooperation and information sharing so as to swiftly achieve the country’s development targets set forth in 2013, said Victoria Kwakwa, Country Director of the World Bank in Vietnam.

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Vietnam, foreign donors cooperate to realise development goals

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Vietnam, foreign donors cooperate to realise development goals

Vietnam’s ministries, sectors and their development partners need to promote cooperation and information sharing so as to swiftly achieve the country’s development targets set forth in 2013, said Victoria Kwakwa, Country Director of the World Bank in Vietnam.

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High-skilled workers needed to accelerate industrialisation

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Vietnam needs competent technicians and engineers who could produce high-quality goods and ensure operational efficiency in a bid to increase the country’s economic competitiveness, Head of the Economic Board of the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam , Nagai Katsuro, said in a workshop in Hanoi on November 4.

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