Ho Chi Minh City will host the latest collective wedding for 100 couples who are local workers, teachers and labourers on Sep. 2.
In a seminar held last month in Ho Chi Chi Minh City, The HCMC Tourism Association continued to petition the authorities to retain the visa waiver scheme for nationals of seven countries — and in fact to expand it — and not to hike visa fees.
Revelations that Coca-Cola has not paid any tax after over a decade of operating in Vietnam has raised a wave of anger locally. The case is similar to the widespread furore which engulfed the UK after Starbucks also avoided tax payments despite profits over a long period.
Six agencies in the central city of Danang will collaborate with one another to handle accidents, robberies, fraud, rip-offs and nuisances reported by foreigners.
Poor workers, students and labourers can buy their meals for just VND2,000 at Nu Cuoi 3 social dining shop at 298A Huynh Tan Phat, Q7. After the successful launch of Nu Cuoi 1 at 6 Ho Xuan Huong, Q3 and Nu Cuoi 2 at 46/22 Nguyen Ngoc Nhut, Tan Phu eight months ago, this is the third food shop in the project Tro giup suat an gia re (supporting meals at low prices) by the Ho Chi Minh City Charity Foundation, an organisation that has received sponsorship from benefactors to cover the VND12,000 extra for each meal.