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!
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On the other hand, it can be seen that choices for office locations for international clients, especially with convenient access to different parts of the city and with reasonable prices, are few and far between. Average prices of Grade A commercial space is around US$40/m²/month and with the minimum floor area at 150m², leaving a tenant with around $6,000/month in rent. This is considered to be a sizable budget amount for a foreign representative office with two or three employees in the process of exploring the Vietnamese market. … [Read more...] about Business centers – a practical trend for international firms
Viet Thuan Sky ship loading goods at Cam Pha Port, Quang Ninh Province on the first day of the Lunar New Year 2020 on January 25 - Photo: NDO Under the contract, Viet Thuan Sky received 42,500 tonnes of coal at Cam Pha Port to supply to Vinh Tan 1 Power Company Limited for domestic consumption. … [Read more...] about First tonne of coal exported on first day of Lunar New Year
Accompanying Vietnamese veterans, volunteer soldiers, and advisors to the beautiful and hospitable country of Laos, we, reporters of the People’s Army Newspaper, understand the fierceness and the hardships faced during the national construction and defense cause of each country as well as the Vietnam - Laos close-knit relationship which is a model of faithfulness, special solidarity, and comprehensive cooperation. A faithful relationship like that of Vietnam and Laos is rarely found in international relations. Generations of cadres, troops, and people of the two countries learnt by heart President Ho Chi Minh’s verses, “Vietnam and Laos, our two nations’ relations are deeper than the Red and Mekong rivers” and President Kaysone Phomvihane’s famous saying, “Rivers may dry up and mountains may wear out, but the Vietnamese and Lao people’s affection and gratitude will stay forever.” … [Read more...] about Forever Vietnam – Laos relationship
Hanoi (VNA) – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked ministries, agencies and localities to stay vigilant to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (nCoV). The virus has been reported in 30 out of 31 cities and provinces of China, and spread to 18 countries and territories worldwide. No vaccine or specific treatment for 2019-nCoV infection is available. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has assessed the public health risk of this virus to be very high in China, and high at the regional and global levels. In Vietnam, two Chinese nationals have tested positive for nCoV and the country is facing high risks of being affected by this dangerous and rapidly spreading acute respiratory disease since it is a popular destination of Chinese tourists and shares a long borderline with China. In Directive No. 05/CT-TTg dated January 28, PM Phuc said the prevention and control of the virus must be regarded as the fight against an enemy, and … [Read more...] about PM calls for joint efforts against nCoV