PARIS — France will gradually ramp up police checks to ensure people wear face masks where it is mandatory and respect social distancing amidst a new surge of COVID-19 infections, the government’s spokesman said on Wednesday. … [Read more...] about France to ramp up police checks to ensure masks are worn
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The Sponsor is saddened to discover that it appears substantial amounts of EHT's cash, potentially worth millions of dollars, is being spent each month as retainer fees for professional consultants who are refusing to work with the Sponsor to find a way out of the crisis. Instead of working with the Sponsor, announcements have been published without reflecting submissions from the Master Lessee and its US Counsel over the last few months. This has left the Sponsor with no choice but to serve the Legal Notice and also to highlight that EHT has legal obligations to the Master Lessee which are not being fulfilled. … [Read more...] about Urban Commons Issues Notice of Breaches to Eagle Hospitality Trust
Tourism, a huge source of hard foreign currency, depends as much on female managers, supervisors and dozens of other jobs. At a time when tourism numbers are down, senior management positions are limited by Vietnam’s traditional emphasis on, and preference for, male leadership. Even members of the National Assembly have commented on the lack of female members participating in senior government. … [Read more...] about Women and flowers: Happy Vietnamese Women’s Day!
Domestic airlines adjust flights from/to Da Nang Domestic airlines have announced adjustment of flights from/to the central city of Da Nang in accordance with new developments of the COVID-19 pandemic and an order by the Ministry of Transport. … [Read more...] about Suspension of flights from and to Da Nang extended
Therefore, the Ministry will work with the Vietnam's trade mission in India to clarify the information and request India not to impose detrimental policies on the import-export of pepper between the two countries. … [Read more...] about India to re-consider Vietnamese black pepper import