No one left behind: Hanoi's dialysis patients get help amid COVID-19 Dialysis patients at Hà Nội-based Bạch Mai Hospital have seen their difficulties increase in recent days, because not only do they have to self-quarantine but also follow medical treatment and take measures to avoid the SARS-CoV2 virus. … [Read more...] about How Hanoi penalizes offenders of COVID-19 pandemic prevention rules?
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Sharing the same view, Nguyen Ngoc Dung, Vice Chairman of Vietnam E-commerce Association, says that with B2C and B2B applications being readily available through e-commerce channels, Vietnamese businesses will have greater opportunities to sell products to more customers throughout the world in a fast and convenient manner. … [Read more...] about Wood firms seek new market channels amid COVID-19
Despite sharp price cuts of hundreds of million of dong, cars still cannot find buyers. The automobile market is predicted to see a minus 15 percent growth rate this year. As for luxury model BMW X7 2020, one can buy it at VND7.149 billion now instead of the officially quoted price of VND7.499 billion. … [Read more...] about Prices plummet, factories halt operation, auto market hit hard by Covid-19
When looking at consumption, 82 percent stated they are unlikely or very unlikely to buy wildlife products in illegal and unregulated markets in future. However, it pointed out four in ten intended buyers are persistent and continue to consume wildlife products during the new coronavirus outbreak. … [Read more...] about Majority Vietnamese averse to wildlife markets as source of Covid-19: survey
Many shops in the city’s old quarter have been closed for days, except for some selling essential goods. Others have been selling solely to acquaintances, taking and giving cash under almost fully closed shutters without coming face to face. … [Read more...] about Hanoi shops, buyers adjust to social distancing