For bookings and staying period from now until the end of October, families wishing to have some memorable moments at this stylishly intergrated resort should not miss Mövenpick Cam Ranh's Family Offer with discounts of up to 50 per cent. Book a Seaview Superior Room and get 50 per cent discount on the second room with daily breakfast for your children under 13 years old. In addition, you can also get access to Little Juniors & Teens Club with a variety of activities for children of all ages, private beach, swimming pool, and giant water slides. … [Read more...] about Exclusive holiday packages on offer at Mövenpick Resort Cam Ranh
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In the leading food processor Vissan, State capital will account for 67.76 per cent of the capital after equitisation. The figures are 90 per cent at Ngọc Đồng Food Co Ltd, 55.68 per cent at HCM City General Material Import Export JSC and 51 per cent at Bình Điền JSC. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 8
Pasta Danza offers a wide range of colourful homemade pastas. The meal is very eye-catching with pasta dyed from natural colours such as traditional yellow pasta made from wheat, green colour from spinach, red from beetroot, black from squid ink and orange from gấc (red baby jackfruit). There are about 40 types of pasta on the menu to check out. … [Read more...] about Don’t go hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic
On the other hand, Tech In Asia assessed that maybe investors prefer Shopee over Garena. This is reflected by SEA’s initial public offering (IPO) in 2017, when Shopee was the main factor that helped SEA lure in more investors. Notwithstanding, everything has changed. After the failure of WeWork, investors are more interested in profitability. That means even if the companies produce high growth rates or show positive prospects but are far from making profit in the short term, they will not be appreciated by investors. … [Read more...] about Should SEA Group stop pouring capital in Shopee?
Vietnam’s government has reacted to the pandemic early and fiercely. Schools were closed, events were cancelled, the population was reminded to be careful, and now, borders were closed and entry to the country has been restricted. Nevertheless, nowhere in Vietnam was any sign of a similar panic to what can be seen now in the increasingly hectic European Union. After the danger had initially seemed to be ignored in the West, headlessness is now apparent. Moreover, thanks to the starving European Central Bank’s (ECB) policy of recent years, essential monetary policy instruments are now missing in the EU. This is different in Vietnam, as we shall see. … [Read more...] about Coping with the outbreak in the Vietnamese way – a role model?