ASEAN's central role in East Sea issue to be strengthened

Foreign Ministers of Vietnam and Indonesia discussed ASEAN-related issues, including the East Sea , and agreed that in the current context, it is necessary to consolidate and strengthen the group’s central role in the region.

National Vice Chairwoman: US investors are welcome in Vietnam

The Vietnamese Government and National Assembly always welcome and create favourable conditions for foreign investors, including those from the US , to do business in the country. 

Da Nang seeks more US investment

A delegation of the central city of Da Nang led by Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Van Huu Chien has paid a working visit to the US to promote investment and seek cooperative opportunities. 
 

Vietnam, US boost economic and trade relations

US Under Secretary of State Robert Hormats has participated in a roundtable discussion with outstanding Vietnamese entrepreneurs, seeking ways to boost economic and trade relations between the two countries. 

Foreign Minister holds talks with US counterpart

Vietnam and the US have agreed to increase the exchange of delegations at all levels and promote bilateral ties in various fields, of which economics, trade and investment will continue to be the focus and momentum for the two countries’ relations.

Vietnamese leaders welcome Secretary Hillary Clinton

CPV General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on Tuesday received US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who is on a two-day official visit to Vietnam.

Vietnamese leaders congratulate US on Independence Day

State President Truong Tan Sang and Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung sent congratulations to US President Barack H. Obama on the occasion of the 236th US Independence Day (4/7/1776 - 4/7/2012).
 

Vietnamese National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan paid a working visit to the US

Vietnamese National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan has paid a three-day working visit to the US from June 24th to 26th.

Vietnam's MOFA presented a note protesting CNOOC’s bidding

VNA - On June 27th 2012, Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented a diplomatic note to the Chinese Embassy in Hanoi protesting CNOOC’s erroneous activity.

Vietnam protests Chinese oil company's bidding plan

Vietnam strongly protests and requests that China cease the invitation of international bids for 09 oil and gas lots within Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone and continental shelf, said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Luong Thanh Nghi on June 26.

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