Capital strives for 100% of safe agro-food chain coverage


VGP – The Capital City of Ha Noi has set a plan to call on 100% of enterprises to join QR code to identify the origin of 550 agricultural products. 

HN contributes to building ASEAN cultural and social community


VGP – Ha Noi will implement activities to build cultural, integrated, and equal community, serving to protect human rights and sustainable community. 


Capital generates 25,000 jobs


VGP – The Ha Noi municipal People’s Committee reported that the city generated 24,900 jobs in the first two months of 2018. 


HN to have additional three metro lines by 2025


VGP – The Capital City of Ha Noi will continue to invest in building three metro lines by 2025. 


Supermarkets strive for 100% card payment by 2020


VGP – The authorities of Ha Noi have  set a goal in which by late 2020, 100% of supermarkets, restaurants, commercial centers, and modern distribution establishments would have deployed non-cash payment systems. 


Steering Committee on int’l integration sets targets for 2018


VGP – Chairman of the Ha Noi municipal Peoples Committee Nguyen Duc Chung, Head of the Steering Committee on international integration presided over a meeting to summarize performance in 2017 and set targets for 2018 on February 5 in Ha Noi. 


Ha Noi aims to generate most favorable business environment


VGP – In 2018, the local authorities of Ha Noi set to improve the business environment and support business start-up, investment, production, business. 


Capital bans Uber, Grab from 13 streets during rush hours


VGP – The authorities of Ha Noi have prohibited Uber and Grab cars from entering 13 streets in rush hours  in an effort to reduce traffic congestion. 

HN targets 7.5% GRDP growth rate by 2020


VGP – The capital city of Ha Noi aims to achieve a 7.5% Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) growth rate by 2020.

HN to issue international driving licenses online


VGP - The Ha Noi Department of Transport will provide a level-four online service for issuing international driving licenses from the first quarter of 2018 as part of the city’s administrative reforms to save time and money for citizens.