In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s southern metropolis, where eight domestic infections have been recorded since July 25, the seventh edition of the ao dai (traditional dress) festival, originally scheduled for March, will be moved online after two delays in April and July. … [Read more...] about Second Covid-19 wave dampens Vietnam’s festive spirit
Vietnam coffee industry
Samsung’s mobile phones and phone parts are getting more sophisticated and smaller, which change every six months. It is a challenge for Vietnamese enterprises to renovate production lines and technologies, which requires huge capital. “If Vietnamese vendors can provide products with quality, meeting requirements, and at stable reasonable prices, there won’t be a reason for Samsung to refuse to buy products from them,” he said. … [Read more...] about How do VN businesses join the global supply chain?
Statistics from the General Department of Customs showed that Việt Nam’s pepper export was estimated at 166,800 tonnes in the first half of this year, worth $356 million, a drop of 5.7 per cent in volume and 21.1 per cent in value over the same period last year. … [Read more...] about India might tighten pepper imports from VN, ministry warns
The group will effectively carry out coordination mechanisms and cooperation agreements with the Ministry of National Defence, the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to fully conduct its tasks in controlling and exploring oil and gas. … [Read more...] about PVN to boost development of new and renewable energies in 2020-25 period
Vietjet’s Vice President To Viet Thang said: “All Vietjet flights are guaranteed to comply with the highest safety standards for passengers and crews. All passengers are equipped with free medical protective clothing, have their body temperature taken, fill medical declaration, wear masks and follow medical and aviation authorities’ instructions to ensure safety as well as the pandemic prevention and control”. … [Read more...] about Vietjet to transport more than 800 passengers from pandemic centre Da Nang back home