A cashew processing line at Nhat Huy JSC in the southern province of Binh Duong. — VNA/VNS Dinh Hue Agriculture, beauty and personal care and home and gardening are three potential export industries in which Vietnamese small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) can grab the opportunity to grow their business in 2022. Alibaba.com – one of the leading B2B e-commerce platforms – has published its annual Digital B2B Outlook 2022 for the Viet Nam market. The outlook sums up the promising situation of Viet Nam’s import and export sector after turbulent years by promoting successful SMEs on the platform, as well as highlighting current global market trends. Alibaba.com has summarised the top three best-selling agricultural products on the platform. Cooking oil is the best-selling product, witnessing around 300+ active buyers, and about 250,000+ more items needed. Countries such as India, Lebanon, Indonesia, the US, and China recorded the most consumers for this product. Nuts and kernels … [Read more...] about Top three potential export industries in 2022 released
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Nearly half of the cases are related to the health sector, in which the alleged offenders are accused of abusing power for profiteering during the Covid-19 pandemic. Ten corruption cases will be brought to justice this year to boost the anti-corruption fight in Vietnam as required by Secretary General of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong. Secretary General Nguyen Phu Trong, head of the Central Steering Committe for Anti-corruption, at the meeting on Jan 20. Photo: VNA The cases, including four in the health sector, are typically serious with the involvement of senior officials, reported at the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption’s meeting chaired by the secretary general on January 20. Trong directed the thorough investigations to bring to court any offender regardless of positions. Ten cases include that on violations of public asset management rules causing losses in Binh Duong Producing and Trading Corp; power abuse and … [Read more...] about Vietnam to bring to justice 10 corruption cases in 2022: General Secretary
A housing complex by Ba Ria - Vung Tau House Development JSC in Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province. The company's shares hit the ceiling at VND82,600 ($3.59) per share on Thursday. - Photo hodeco.vn This was the second rising day of the southern market’s index after a four-session losing streak. On the Ha Noi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index advanced for the first time in the past four sessions, up 0.61 per cent to end at 411.8 points. Bargain efforts pushed many real estate stocks to the ceiling. They were mostly small and mid caps such as An Gia Real Estate Investment and Development (AGG), DRH Holdings (DRH), An Duong Thao Dien JSC (HAR), Ba Ria - Vung Tau House Development (HDC), Hoang Quan Consulting-Trading-Service Real Estate (HQC), Investment and Trading Of Real Estate (ITC), Long Giang Investment & Urban Development (LGL) and Saigon Reai Estate Group (SGR). On the other side, FLC Group (FLC) slumped for eight sessions in a row. Its shares lost about 50 per cent since … [Read more...] about VN-Index grows for second day after realty stocks recover
In the event that sea levels rise by 1 metre, it will engulf 47.29% of the Mekong Delta area, approximately 17.15% of the area of Ho Chi Minh City, and 13.20% of the Red River Delta area, according to the 2020 climate change scenario. Average temperature and rainfall show upward trend According to the 2020 version of the climate change scenario, which has recently been announced by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, there are many important factors for relevant agencies and localities to study. Indeed, they must refer these as part of the process of updating planning strategies and development plans moving forward. In terms of temperature, the average annual temperature will increase nationwide in periods throughout the 21st century, with the end of the century seeing temperature increases at even higher levels. The northern region will consistently record the highest increase, gradually descending to the south, while the lowest will be recorded in southcentral … [Read more...] about Many Vietnamese regions at risk of deep sinking due to rapid sea level rise
PANO – On May 23 rd , Senior Lieutenant General Vo Van Tuan, the Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army, received a delegation of the Indian National Defense University (INDU) led by Major General Satinder Singh, who is on a business trip to Vietnam. At the reception At the reception, Senior Lieutenant General Vo Van Tuan warmly welcomed the INDU delegation’s visit to Vietnam. He commended the results of the working session between the INDU delegation and the National Defense Academy (NDA) of Vietnam. He stressed that the visit of the delegation reflects the fine relationship between the armed forces of Vietnam and India. The Vietnamese general hopes the NDA-INDU cooperation on staff and commanding officer training will become more practical and effective in the future. Major General Satinder Singh said the fine Vietnam-India relationship will help boost INDU-NDA cooperation and relations, as well as boosting the armed forces of … [Read more...] about Deputy Chief of General Staff receives INDU delegation
Since Covid-19 appeared and turned the world upside down two years ago, much has changed for humanity. Life's usual travails paled into insignificance or compounded it as the novel coronavirus claimed millions of lives and crippled whole nations. Today, in Vietnam, there does not seem to be much room left to think about and prepare for Tet , the Lunar New Year festival that usually sees millions upon millions return to their homes for eagerly awaited family reunions, traditional feasts and other celebrations. This year, many have decided to stay back in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and other big cities instead of returning to their hometowns, because one's own health and that of the family has become a dominant concern. Even more importantly, Tet has lost some of its unique luster and become not very distinguishable from other holidays. It is no longer that grand festival with full wardrobe changes and scrumptious feasts and endless trips to pagodas and relatives' homes. Covid-19 has … [Read more...] about In the new normal, is Tet losing its uniqueness?