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[en] Since 1996, gaining the approval of Ministry of Science and Technology, Vietnam Conference on Nuclear Science and Technology (VINANST) has been successfully co-organized by Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute (VINATOM) and Vietnam Atomic Energy Society (VAES). As a biennial event, the conference aims to bring together Vietnamese scientists as well as foreign specialists for the exchange of information on the latest research findings and applications in the field of nuclear science and technology, and hence, to foster research and business partnerships among the Institutes, universities and the industry. In addition, VINANST is considered to provide an ideal opportunity for young researchers to approach great sources of specialized knowledge and a range of competencies and skills in their particular disciplines. Following the success of VINANST-12, the conference VINANST-13 has taken place in Halong Bay, a World Heritage site in Vietnam on 7-9 August 2019 in close collaboration between VINATOM and Quang Ninh Department of Science and Technology. As usual, the event held attention for domestic and international experts, scientists, senior managers, researchers, especially representatives from IAEA and its Member States with developed nuclear science and technology.
[en] We report on the competition problems given at the 39th International Physics Olympiad held in Hanoi, Vietnam, which consist of three theoretical and one experimental problems. The abbreviated solutions are presented. The distribution of marks for the problems is also shown.
[en] In this paper the first results of the statistical approach for Cold-Heat diagnosis standardization as a first work in the ''eight rules diagnoses'' standardization of Traditional Vietnamese Medicine are briefly described. Some conclusions and suggestions for further work are given. 3 refs, 2 tabs
[en] Full text: Paper describes the role of publishing VINATOM Annual Report in development, retention and sharing of nuclear knowledge in the Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute and in Vietnam. Activities and experience in process of publishing and distribution of VINATOM Annual Report to advance the publication quality is presented. (author
[en] Vietnam is a country in rapid evolution, opening up communications with the rest of world and encouraging foreign investors. Although there is more ground to make up, the heady mixture of communism and free market they are aiming for is along the same lines as China. Jean Tran Thanh Van , who left Vietnam about forty years ago, judged that it was the right time to bring together Western and Vietnamese physicists. He promoted and organized the ''Rencontres du Vietnam'' on high energy physics and cosmology, which from December 13-18 brought together about one hundred physicists, half from Vietnam and half from abroad, in Hanoi for an intense programme to review the status of particle physics and its deep implications for cosmology
[en] Paper describes the role of publishing VINATOM Annual Report in development, retention and sharing of nuclear knowledge in the Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute and in Vietnam. Activities and experience in process of publishing and distribution of VINATOM Annual Report to advance the publication quality is presented. (author)
[en] Vietnam was one of the five poorest countries in the world in the 1980's. Since then, Vietnam has adopted a market economic policy, and she has made substantial economic progress. In the last 10 years Meanwhile Vietnam's per capita income has increased by 3 times, the volume of export doubled very two years, and the inflation rate was reduced to 4.5 % in 1997 from 775 % in 1986. The GDP also has increased, the exchange rate with the US$ was stabilized and foreign direct investment (FDI) and trade has increased. There was about US$35 billion were invested by the foreign investors between 1987 to the middle of June 1998. However, the current crisis in the economies of Southeast Asian countries has put pressure on Vietnam to rethink seriously her future reform program with respect to stabilization and sustainable current economic policies. Since FDI is an imperative for the development of a country like Vietnam, it is necessary to use this capital very careful for her economy. Thus, the main objective of this dissertation is to study the role of FDI in the development of Vietnam. To examine this objective, various investigations were made, especially focusing on development dimensions such as reforming state enterprises, foreign trade policy, foreign investment and so on. Therefore, in the future, FDI and privatization policies should be strengthened to maintain and create an international market. Moreover, there are some major reforms required to transform the state sector into a private sector with appropriate policy measures, such as improving management of financial companies, developing the agricultural sector and minimizing bureaucracy and red tapism of the government. This dissertation provides a set of recommendations how to strengthen Vietnams economic and market situation in the 21st century. (author)