New work permits will not be granted to foreign workers from COVID-19-hit areas during the time of the epidemic
He has been running the business without permission on a land plot zoned for agriculture
Several streets cannot handle the high traffic volumes brought about by newly built projects
Over the past year, a mountain in UNESCO-recognized Ha Long Bay’s peripheral area in northern Vietnam’s Quang Ninh Province has been blasted so a local company could build a road without a permit.
Urban planners worldwide can learn a lot from the sidewalk communities of HCMC, says Annette Kim, Associate Professor of Urban Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has approved a project to issue work permits to local artists and models to minimize performing violations.
A work permit project that puts limitations on performers’ actions, if approved, will take effect by 2016. There is concern regarding exactly who the project should apply to.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism recently gave its nod to the issue of work permits for local singers and models, and the Performing Arts Office who’s working on the specific plan said it won’t exceed US$48,077.
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