Foreign investors continued to be net sellers for the fourth straight session to the tune of VND98 billion ($4.21 million) on all three bourses, focusing on offloading VHM of Vinhomes, which kept its opening price, and NVL of real estate developer Novaland, which went down 0.5 percent. … [Read more...] about VN-Index returns to recovery streak
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Currently, 86 per cent of people living in urban areas can access clean water. About 87.5 per cent of solid waste in urban areas is collected and treated. Street lights are available in all main roads and 90 per cent of branch roads and more than 65 per cent of hamlet roads. … [Read more...] about More regulations for developing green cities and climate-resilient urban areas in Vietnam
"I hope the 14 days go quickly, and I will not receive any news about my loved ones testing positive for Covid-19 or becoming too weak," she said, adding she and the husband have tried to lift their children's mood by organizing games and talking to them. … [Read more...] about Covid-19 prevents Hoi An family from collecting body of loved one
A recent conference on world food security pointed out the demand for more women in the STEM sector. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics. Female access to the same physical and economic resources as men, they claimed, could raise farm output by as much as 10 to 20 percent - undeniably important with the Mekong’s uncertain future food output. … [Read more...] about Women and flowers: Happy Vietnamese Women’s Day!
People wearing face masks walk on a street in Ankara, Turkey, on Monday. The UN's International Labour Organisation said on Tuesday the career prospects of people aged 18 to 29 were taking a hit from the COVID-19 pandemic. — XINHUA/VNA Photo … [Read more...] about UN says pandemic could inflict severe damage on youth