The southern metropolis has been subsidizing its public bus system since 2002, increasing the amount each year, though bus services have not been able to gain a bigger market share. Experts have ascribed the problem to heavy congestion, poor quality services and increasing competition from ride-hailing services. … [Read more...] about Covid-19 hurts public bus service in HCMC
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In addition to organising concerts involving world-famous artists, Nam is putting every effort into bringing jazz to a wider Vietnamese audience. This includes the Tuan Nam Jazz Fusion concerts taking place in Hanoi on August 16 and in Ho Chi Minh City on August 23. … [Read more...] about The man who brings Kenny G, Modern Talking to Vietnam
An individual looks at an electronic board displaying stock information. Bluechip stocks were the top contributors to the local stock market’s growth today, August 13 – PHOTO: TNO HCMC – Bluechip stocks hogged the limelight and were the top contributors to the local stock market’s growth today, August 13, with the VN-Index on the southern bourse beating the level of 850 points, which was established before the second coronavirus wave hit Vietnam in late July. … [Read more...] about Bluechips shine bright, propping up stock market
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?
The woman, Đặng Thị Phú, a resident from Nghệ An Province’s Diễn Châu District, was travelling with her husband, her sister and her daughter from Dĩ An Station (Bình Dương Province) to Vinh Station (Nghệ An Province) when she went into labour. … [Read more...] about Snakes on a plane? No, baby on a train