Dragon Law Firm - Viet Nam, Korea to boost legal knowhow
Viet Nam wants the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) and Viet Nam Television (VTV) to boost their information co-operation, specifically to help improve public knowledge on legal matters and cultures.
The request was made by Minister and Chairman of Government Office Nguyen Xuan Phuc at a reception for KBS President Kim In Kyu in Ha Noi yesterday.
Phuc highlighted the importance of television channels to help resolve matters related to mixed marriages between Vietnamese and Korean people, and finally to help enhance the trust between the two nations.
KBS president said KBS and VTV had reached some agreement on information exchange and collaboration in reporting.
Also in Ha Noi yesterday, Phuc received executive director of the Japan-Viet Nam Economic Forum Bunshichi Fujioka.
Bunshichi expressed his hope to speed up the construction of a science park in Viet Nam, which includes education and training institutions and advanced science zones, to meet the development demand from Viet Nam.
Phuc said Viet Nam supported the idea but also noted the need to choose a suitable place to build the park.
UK labour unionists visit Ha Noi
HA NOI — The issue of how to improve union capacity in labour negotiations topped a meeting between the Viet Nam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL) and a delegation from British Trade Union Friends of Viet Nam, held in Ha Noi yesterday
The VGCL was represented by its vice president, Nguyen Hoa Binh, while his guests included David Letcher, member of the executive committee of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers; Gerald Keith Newson, member of the executive committee of the Musicians' Union; and James Macdonald, member of the Union of Construction, Allied Trades and Technicians, all under the British General Confederation of Trade Unions. They are also members of Trade Union Friends of Viet Nam in the United Kingdom. — VNS
During their stay in Viet Nam, the British guests are scheduled to visit some professional and local trade unions.
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