PSNews - The Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office (VECO) in Chinese Taipei confirmed that it had received official information on the death of a Vietnamese citizen from authorised agencies of China’s Taiwan.
Hanoi - All countries in and outside the East Sea share benefits as well as responsibility for maintaining peace and stability in the area, Vietnamese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Le Hai Binh said on September 22.
Three Taiwanese-funded enterprises on March 21 signed deals to invest a total of 30 million USD at the Minh Hung Sikico industrial park in the southern province of Binh Phuoc.
Authorities are augmenting support for the Vietnamese workers victimised by a fire at a company in Taiwan on February 6.
Eleven out of 152 Vietnamese tourists who were suspected of fleeing in Taiwan were detained by the local authorities for investigation, according to the Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei.
The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said on December 26 that it is working to clarify details on the case of 152 missing Vietnamese tourists who were suspected of fleeing in Taiwan.
Taiwan plans to shorten the visa waiver for Vietnamese visitors from a 30-day stay to 14 days, starting in August.
Vietnam on August 23 demanded that Taiwan (China) immediately cease all live-fire drills on Ba Binh (Itu Aba) Island in Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago and refrain from such actions in the future.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc received the CEO of Pou Chen Group from China’s Taiwan, Tsai Pei-Chun, in Hanoi on April 21, noting that he believes the firm will reap more successes while operating in Vietnam.