The average export price of Vietnamese rice in the first seven months jumped to $487.2 per tonne, the highest level since 2011.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered the lifting of restrictions on rice exports, imposed for a month to ensure food security.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has called for lifting restrictions on rice exports and a return to normalcy from May 1.
With the Thai baht weakening, Vietnamese rice is fetching 3 percent higher prices in global markets than varieties from Thailand.
The Finance Ministry has proposed that export of regular rice is stopped until mid-June to build reserves and ensure national food security.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has asked the government to lift a ban it imposed on rice exports, saying that the position now is comfortable.
Vietnam is among nations hardest hit by cryptomining attacks this year, says Moscow-based multinational cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab.
Vietnam has lifted its ban on rice exports with immediate effect, allowing 400,000 tonnes to be shipped this month.
Many Vietnamese YouTube channels have produced comedy videos portraying ethnic minority life through distorted facts and smutty jokes, causing community backlash.
An exhibition in Hanoi goes back 64 years, when the French troops officially withdrew from Vietnam.
Coteccons will replace two board members with nominees of two major shareholders with whom the management has had a running battle since 2017.
Viet, Nam, Hanh and Phuc whose first names combine to mean "Happy Vietnam" are healthy quadruplets growing in the southern province of Dong Thap.