On that day, when examining a container in HCM City’s Cát Lái Port, police found 40kg of methamphetamine hidden in granite blocks in the container. At the time of inspection, the container was set to be sterilised before being shipped to Incheon Port in South Korea. … [Read more...] about More drugs found as investigation into ring led by former Korean police officer expands
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Middle-income Vietnam managed to jump 30 notches, from 94th in 2010 to 64th in 2016, on the list of the world’s biggest beer-drinking countries, Nguyen Tuan Lam, a WHO advisor for Vietnam, told an event held to discuss a draft decree on preventing alcohol abuse in Hanoi last week. … [Read more...] about Why do Vietnamese drink so much?
At the meeting This NEC, she went on, was established a session earlier than in the previous tenure, so that it can have more time to guide the implementation of new regulations in the law on the election of deputies to the NA and People’s Councils, the law on the organisation of the NA, the law on the organisation of the Government, and the law on the organisation of local administrations, which were recently amended, in the run up to the elections of the 15th-tenure legislature and all-level People’s Councils for 2021-2026. … [Read more...] about National Election Council convenes first meeting
The Covid-19 pandemic and US-China trade tensions have made companies look at the need to diversify their supply chains. For example, Japan recently announced a first list of companies it will subsidy to relocate from China to Japan or South East Asia. News reports suggest 30 companies plan to move to Southeast Asia. Half of these could move to Vietnam to produce medical equipment, semiconductors, phone components, air conditioners and power modules. … [Read more...] about Vietnam economic outlook remains positive despite Covid-19 resurgence: HSBC