Early reports said that the couple slammed into the policeman at 10:00 am on the National Road No. 32 section near the Son Tay traffic circle in Son Tay Town, Hanoi. … [Read more...] about Couple runs red light, knocks down policeman in Hanoi
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The ministry sent a report to the government on Tuesday, suggesting that solar power projects approved before November 23, 2019 that begin operating before January 1, 2021 should enjoy fixed feed-in-tariffs (FIT) of 7.09 cents a kWh for plants on land and 7.69 cents for floating plants. … [Read more...] about MoIT no longer keen on bidding mechanism for solar power price
According to the report, exports to markets that did not have other trade deals with Viet Nam except for the CPTPP saw strong rises, including Canada (up 29.9 per cent) and Mexico (up 27.6 per cent). Viet Nam ran a trade surplus worth more than $5 billion with these two markets, more than 50 per cent of the country’s total trade surplus recorded last year. … [Read more...] about VN investment inflow below expectations after CPTPP
“Japan is known for creating efficient and successful small metropolitan towns, and they are confident they can do the same in Vietnam,” said Chau. “Not only is building these satellite towns a wise business choice for Japan, but it has also expressed interest in Vietnam. The building of smart cities is attractive for investors, the government, and potential residents.” … [Read more...] about Firm appeal for Japanese developers
Hun Sen had already expressed scepticism about the risks posed by the virus and offered to go personally to the Chinese city of Wuhan - the centre of the outbreak - to tell frightened Cambodians living there that they must stay put for the sake of relations with China, a vital ally for his country. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: How did Cambodia’s cruise ship welcome go wrong?