The Government leader underlined that the province needs to focus on developing organic agriculture to produce high added value for its products while continuing to boost its role as aenergy hub of the country, creating a breakthrough in regional connectivity and having a greater part in the new economic corridor. It should also further expand its transport infrastructure and settle issues relating to irrigation to ensure water resource security, he added. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS JANUARY 17
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Deputy Foreign Minister To Anh Dung emphasised this during a seminar on co-operation in response to immediate medical challenges, held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in co-ordination with the French Embassy on January 15 in Hanoi. Those in attendance at the event included French Ambassador to Vietnam Nicolas Warnery, Kidong Park, chief representative of the World Health Organization (WHO), and Nguyen Thi Kim Tien, chair of the Vietnam-France Friendship and Cooperation Association. They were joined by an array of representatives of a number of ministries, localities, hospitals, and enterprises which work alongside France in the health sector. In his opening remarks at the function, Deputy Minister Dung assessed that the seminar is of significant importance, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic still threatening the lives of millions of people globally. It also provides a platform for delegates to exchange and share public health policies and measures relating to … [Read more...] about Vietnam ready to join hands with other countries in COVID-19 fight
By the end of 2019, it had eight stores located in golden destinations in popular shopping malls in big cities with stellar leasing prices. For example, with a rate of $102 per sq.m at Vincom Dong Khoi, H&M has to pay nearly $225,000 a month after its 2,000 sq.m store. Other places charge $50-100 per sq.m a month for stores of a similar size. … [Read more...] about Is H&M unfit to pursue strategy to grow number of stores?
However, the industry expects to encounter greater difficulties in the coming months, exacerbated by the seventh lunar month, which began on August 19 and is traditionally considered taboo by most Vietnamese for spending large sums of money on purchasing real estate and cars. As demand shrinks, caused by both psychological fear and the difficult economic situation, automobile brands are left with little choice other than providing discounts to help push up sales and maintain market share. … [Read more...] about Vietnam auto market rolls out huge discounts
A road in Da Lat is covered in fog in the early morning hours. Photo: Tuoi Tre Da Lat’s famous ‘lonely pine’ standing near Suoi Vang Lake. Photo: Tuoi Tre A place nicknamed ‘San May’ (Cloud Hunt) in Da Lat, where visitors can observe clouds flowing under their feet. Photo: Tuoi Tre Suoi Vang Lake in the outskirts of Da Lat. Photo: Tuoi Tre Da Lat is covered in fog in the early morning hours. Photo: Tuoi Tre Da Lat is covered in fog in the early morning hours. Photo: Tuoi Tre The Cau Dat tea-growing farm in Da Lat. Photo: Tuoi Tre A place nicknamed ‘San May’ (Cloud Hunt) in Da Lat, where visitors can observe clouds flowing under their feet. Photo: Tuoi Tre Xuan Huong Lake in downtown Da Lat. Photo: Tuoi Tre A pine wood near Tuyen Lam Lake in Da Lat. Photo: Tuoi Tre A forest in Da Lat is covered in fog in the early morning hours. Photo: Tuoi Tre Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to get the latest news about Vietnam! … [Read more...] about The most beautiful season to visit Da Lat in Vietnam