The State spends big money to build and operate schools for the gifted, but many people think it is a waste of resources. In Vinh Phuc province, students at the schools can receive VND2.2 million to buy school supplies and personal belongings and live in dormitories for free. … [Read more...] about How much money will the state pour into schools for the gifted?
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In fact, Vietnam is among the most developed snack markets in the ASEAN, joining Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia in the $3.5-billion club, according to a recent report from Japanese consultant Corporate Directions. This has attracted many foreign brands to capitalise on the market growth. Among them, snacking heavyweight Mondelez Kinh Do is taking the lead in the market. Other foreign snack brands such as Oishi (Liwayway), Poca (PepsiCo), and Choco Pies (Orion) have also stepped up their game to tap into Vietnam’s snack boom. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 7
Victoria was responsible for 191 of the 199 new cases reported nationally on Tuesday, the biggest one-day rise since early April. The spike has worried officials, even though the national total of almost 8,800 cases and 106 deaths is far below many other countries. … [Read more...] about Australia’s second largest city heads back into coronavirus lockdown
The development team at City Garden, coming off its success at the luxury City Garden complex in Binh Thanh, knows that it is working with the prime location in the premier development area of one of the most dynamic cities of Asia. It is quite simply a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Relying on its experience that takes every detail into consideration, and staying faithful to the master development plan and principles of sustainability, the designers and planners at Garden City are committed to making The River an address well known to not just Vietnamese but people throughout Asia and the world over. … [Read more...] about The city of tomorrow in Saigon
Giau highlighted the message from the President of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA) 2020 Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan in her letter sent to heads of AIPA members on March 30, which called on AIPA member states to be more active in partnering with governments in their fight against COVID-19 through upholding the role of parliaments and issuing measures and policies in that regard. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia on April 22