At the event At the reception, General Vinh underlined that the defense cooperation between Vietnam and India has been enhanced in recent years with positive outcomes. He hoped that the newly-appointed Indian diplomat would make significant contributions to fostering the bilateral relationship in general and the military cooperation in particular, especially at the 12th Vietnam-India Defense Policy Dialogue, which will take place in Vietnam this October. For his part, Ambassador Pranay Verma reaffirmed that the defense relations have become an important pillar of the Vietnam-India comprehensive strategic partnership thanks to its developments in various walks of life. He pledged to exert his utmost efforts to contribute to the success of the upcoming 12th Vietnam-India Defense Policy Dialogue. Translated by Trung Thanh … [Read more...] about Vietnam, India continues to bolster defense ties
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Increasing numbers of airlines and aircraft are putting serious pressure on Viet Nam’s aviation infrastructure. Aircraft at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in HCM City. Competition in Viet Nam's aviation sector looks to soar as more new players enter the fray. — Photo vnfinance.vn As competition for market share and skilled labour intensifies, the Government must take measures to ensure a fair playground and long-term development, said industry experts and authorities. The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has recently approved an air operator’s certificate (AOC) submitted by Vietstar Airlines, bringing the total number of licensed air operators in the country to seven. CAAV also confirmed two more AOC applications submitted by Vinpearl Air and Vietravel Airlines were pending. Vinpearl Air said it would field a fleet of six aircraft in July next year and bring in 30 more by 2025 to fly both domestic and international routes. Vietravel Airlines said … [Read more...] about Competition in Vietnam’s airline industry set to intensify
Half of global top 10 locations are European with four from Asia and one from the US Beijing's Wangfujing is ranked 11th in the global list and 6th in the Asia Pacific list Seven locations across Greater China made the top 20 in the Asia Pacific listChallenging retail market is putting pressure on rents in some areasOnline retail sales are growing rapidly around the world.HONG KONG, CHINA - Media OutReach - 13 November 2019 - Hong Kong's Causeway Bay has retained its crown as the world's most expensive shopping street, followed by New York's Upper 5th Avenue and London's New Bond Street, according to new data from Cushman & Wakefield. Beijing's Wangfujing is the other city across Greater China to break the top 20, with a global rank of 11.The annual 'Main Streets Across the World' report tracks rents for 448 locations across 68 markets - the largest number ever included since it started in 1988. The report ranks locations by their prime rental value using Cushman … [Read more...] about Hong Kong retains first place in global ranking of most expensive shopping streets
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Malaysian carrier remains keen on Vietnam's aviation market despite failure of fourth attempt at establishing a low-cost airline. AirAsia is continuing to look for new partners for it to join Vietnam’s aviation market after the failure of its deal with local tourism company the Thien Minh Group, a representative from AirAsia told VET. At the end of 2018, AirAsia announced its cooperation with the Thien Minh Group to establish a low-cost airline in the country. Under the agreement, AirAsia would own 30 per cent of the new joint venture, which is the maximum a foreign company can own in Vietnam’s aviation industry. However, in April, AirAsia issued a notice terminating its cooperation with the Thien Minh Group after more than a year of negotiations. It was its fourth effort to penetrate into Vietnam’s aviation market. Previously, the Malaysian airline proposed cooperating with Pacific Airlines, the predecessor of Jetstar Pacific, but failed to agree to terms with its … [Read more...] about AirAsia still seeking partners in Vietnam