Traditional metrics like GDP and unemployment, however, may overlook and even contribute to inequalities. If the overall picture is strong, then governments may elect to forego additional support even though certain groups may be lost in the statistical shuffle. In response, some economists have proposed more targeted metrics to measure recovery. For example, there are calls for the Federal Reserve in the US to consider the unemployment rate of black Americans as opposed to the general unemployment rate when setting monetary policy. Basing economic monetary and fiscal policy on the most economically vulnerable has the potential to address systematic inequalities, but how could the concept be imported to a middle-income country like Vietnam? … [Read more...] about Is Vietnam’s economy recovering from COVID-19? Ask female entrepreneurs
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Every section of the 20-ha facillity in Cu Chi district tells its own story, said Director Tran Thi Tuyet Nga, citing the Hill of Eggs as an example, saying it tells a folk legend of Lac Long Quan and his wife Au Co who gave birth to a brood of a hundred eggs from which a hundred of children hatched and became the ancestors of all Vietnamese people. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS JANUARY 19
ISPH is the second international school operated by the ParkCity Group, which opened a sister school in Malaysia in 2011 – The International [email protected] Kuala Lumpur(ISPKL). ISPKL currently has more than 1,100 students representing more than 50 different nationalities, and it was recently judged to be an 'Outstanding School' through accreditation with the Education Development Trust and was awarded the International Schools Quality Mark at Gold Level. This success will be emulated at ISPH. … [Read more...] about The newest international school in Ha Noi to open in August 2019!
Phạm Xuân Tiến, deputy director of the Hà Nội Department of Education and Training, expressed regret about the case of one student being killed and two others being injured on a roller coaster in Phú Thọ Province during the picnic. … [Read more...] about Schools urged to prevent accidents during extracurricular activities
The low income, plus the flooding of cross-stitched embroideries sourced from China, has discouraged local people to continue the career. Young people often leave the village for cities where they find jobs in companies. The number of embroiderers is now so modest that it ‘can be counted on one’s fingers’. … [Read more...] about The once-famous village in Hanoi where people got rich with embroidery products