The signing ceremony took place in the presence of Vladimir Putin, President of Russia and Nguyen Phu Trong, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee.
What does CPVN stand for?
CPVN stands for Communist Party of Vietnam
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- Certificate of Pre-Vocational Education
- Correction for Partial-Volume Effects
- Commercial Passenger Vessel Environmental Compliance (program; Alaska)
- Chinese People's Volunteer Force (Chinese force supporting North Korea in Korean War)
- College Park Volunteer Fire Department (University of Maryland)
- Cook Partisan Voting Index (also seen as the Partisan Voting Index, PVI)
- Cambio para Vivir Mejor (Spanish: Change for Better Living; Bolivia)
- Cisco Performance Visibility Manager
- Community Plant Variety Office (EU)
- Centrum Pro Verejnou Politiku (Czech: Center for Public Policy; Czech Republic)
- Certified Process Validation Professional (medical job)
- Chicago Project for Violence Prevention
- Committee for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (Saudi Arabia)
- Calculated Peripheral Vascular Resistance (cardiology)
- Cedar Park Vista Ridge (Texas)
- Computer Perception and Virtual Reality (Bern University of Applied Sciences; Switzerland)
- Congenital Pulmonary Venous Stenosis
- Cyclic Pulse Voltammetric Stripping (organic additives)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Executive Summary Political Policy and Trends -- The Communist Party of Vietnam won the 2011 elections.
The general secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong, is also scheduled to visit India on November 19.
Political party: Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) with over 3 million members, formerly (1951-76) Vietnam Worker's Party, itself the successor of the Indochinese Communist Party founded in 1930.
Pham Xuan Son, Vice Chairman, Central Commission for External Relations, on behalf of Ta Minh Chau, First Vice Chairman, Commission for External Relations, Communist Party of Vietnam, Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
It has now been admitted by the Communist Party of Vietnam.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam has reiterated the leading role of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the country's economy, a party document said Wednesday.
The reluctance exhibited by the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) to loosen its grip on political power is a clear demonstration that a true democracy is still beyond the horizon.