Monday, 11/12/2017
  • Women in leadership and management in Viet Nam

    Women’s in leadership and management has been an issue of higher concern in the world in the 21st century. Since the Party was established in 1930, and all through the revolutionary process, woman empowerment has received much attention from the Party and State. In the years of renovation, the concern was demonstrated by the Decree 37-CT/TW on 16 May, 1994 of the Party Central Committee Secretariat on “Some issues in the work of woman cadres in the new situation” and the Resolution 11-NQ/TW on 24 July 2007 of the Party Political Bureau on “The work on woman in the period of industrialization and modernization”.

  • Renovation of salary policy in the period of 2011-2012

    Policies on salary have affected tens of millions of paid laborers. Well-developed salary policies are driving forces for well social and human development. This was one of the issues discussed at the 11th National Congress of the Communist Party of Viet Nam.

  • Modernization of the army - A tendency after the cold war

    The “collapse without war” of the Soviet Union - one of the strongest military powers - makes quite a few nations feel that military force is no more significant as in a world there is no ideological confrontation between the two international political systems. However, continued wars, conflicts and increasingly fierce political and geo-economic contradictions after the dissolution of the Soviet Union have caused nations to return to traditional thinking that war with armed force is still the succession of politics. Hence a trend of military modernization in recent years.

  • Price subsidization

    The Party and Government have implemented policies and taken solutions to improve the people’s living standards, assist localities and poor people in difficulties. Almost all of these regulations have accountd for poor people and difficult areas. However, in reality, sometimes this concern has not yielded expected results as not all people in difficulties can benefit from these policies as financial resources have fallen short of demands.

  • Difficulties in stabilising petrol prices

    Apart from different views on how to use the price stabilisation fund, the price management is getting more difficult as the coal, electricity and water supply sectors are asking for an increase of their selling prices.

  • Difficulties in stabilising petrol prices

    Apart from different views on how to use the price stabilisation fund, the price management is getting more difficult as the coal, electricity and water supply sectors are asking for an increase of their selling prices.

  • The true colours of so-called “Organisations struggle for democracy and human rights” in Vietnam

  • “Democracy and human rights” an obsolete label

  • Party’s view and policy on human rights

  • The participation of non-professional investors in the securities market

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