Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son (C) works with doctors at Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City on January 23. Photo: Tuoi Tre / Thien Chuong While the son is said to have already recovered, the father has also been conscious, able to breathe smoothly with the assistance of an oxygen ventilator, and had steady blood pressure. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s first novel coronavirus patient has recovered
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In June 2019, the prime minister enacted Decision No.681/QD-TTg setting a roadmap to achieve the country’s sustainable development goals through 2030. Targeted GDP growth rate will be maintained at 5-6 per cent in the 2020-2030 period. Average GDP per capita will increase 4-4.5 per cent yearly. Labour productivity growth rate will be kept at 5 per cent annually. The digital transformation and Industry 4.0 will accelerate in the coming decades. The increasing global uncertainty emphasises the importance of inclusiveness in the growth agenda. These are vital factors to be incorporated into the development strategy toward 2030. … [Read more...] about New decade of growth built on diligent and smart work
It’s a welcome break from the usual noise to be replaced by amateur karaoke blasting out the front doors after the main four days of Tet has passed but folks still have a few more days off work. For myself, it’s quieter than normal – the neighbors have built three houses over a year and a half and the unqualified mechanic who loves revving up the motorbikes a few houses up from me disappears for a few days. I think his method is if it’s loud then it’s fixed. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s festive season
Ms. Jerilyn Brusseau, the Co-founder of the organization PeaceTrees Vietnam Brusseau shared that she is the sister of an American soldier who was killed in Vietnam during the war in Vietnam in 1969. It was the most sorrowful period of time that she and her family members had experienced in their lives. … [Read more...] about The woman who bridges Vietnam-U.S. friendship
Yet the fact that communities were cut off due to roads swept away by days of rain and there are few alternative routes available shows how much still needs to be done to connect the country. Vietnam’s ‘el cheapo’ road production is costing the nation dearly. Let’s hope next year’s highway construction work will address this and reduce the road death toll too. … [Read more...] about APEC and Damrey in Vietnam: Whew! It’s over!