Mourinho's praise of Juventus contains sting for UnitedThe Saigon Times Daily Juventus' Leonardo Bonucci and team mates celebrate after the match at Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain October 23, 2018 – PHOTO: REUTERS MANCHESTER (REUTERS) - Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has mastered the art of the “double-edged compliment” and his praise for Juventus, after Tuesday’s 1-0 defeat by the Italians, will have made uncomfortable listening for executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward. United were outclassed by the Serie A giants and Mourinho made no effort to sugar-coat that reality, but his comments were a thinly-veiled critique of the club’s direction. “Juventus is champions for seven years, I think seven years in a row, two Champions League finals in the last four or five years and not happy with what they have, they want more, they want more,” the former Inter Milan coach told reporters. “They want more. They had (Gonzalo) … [Read more...] about Mourinho’s praise of Juventus contains sting for United
Viet Nam News by Võ Thị Dung If you want to try some new and unusual accommodations while travelling, spending a night at a hostel made from discarded containers might the choice for you. Why Not Hostel is the first lodging facility of this kind in the central province of Quảng Bình, home to the world-famous natural heritage site Phong Nha Kẻ Bàng Cave. With unique design and decorations as well as an environmentally friendly atmosphere, the hostel has become a favourite choice of accommodation that has attracted an increasing number of visitors to this beautiful coastal province. While other hotels and hostels are built with concrete, the whole structure of Why Not Hostel, located in the centre of Đồng Hới City, is made of recycled old containers and other discarded materials. However, these recycled building materials still create comfortable and impressive accommodations, offering the visitors new and interesting experiences. … [Read more...] about Why not sleep in a container?
Vietnam, whose main wheat suppliers include Russia, Australia and Canada, has been battling with imports contaminated with thistle seed, or cirsium arvense seeds, since May. The government is concerned that the contaminated cargoes could cause the Canada thistle weed to spread across the country and potentially harm domestic crop yields. Last month, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s plant protection department said cargoes containing cirsium arvense would have to be re-exported starting in November. The department also proposed the agriculture ministry consider halting imports of wheat cargoes contaminated with the thistle seeds, though it did not give a time frame, sparking opposition from local businesses that use wheat. On Wednesday, Mai Tien Dung, the head of the Government Office, which supports the Prime Minister, and acts as a spokesman for the government, said it would recommend the agriculture ministry recall the re-export order while … [Read more...] about Vietnam may recall re-export order of wheat containing thistle seed -govt
Illustration photo The Ministry of Transport has inked a decision on expansion of Quang Binh - Dinh Vu ICD, which is located at Dinh Vu Industrial Park, Hai An District, Hai Phong City. The construction of the depot aims to exploit and launch services and import-export procedures in line with the Decree No. 38/2017/NĐ-CP on construction and operation management of inland container depots. The depot is invested with more than VND400 billion and launched within 50 years. The Quang Binh-Dinh Vu ICD will be developed in three phases, with the first phase including a warehouse capable of handling 100,000 tons of goods per year and the yard’s capacity of 400,000-500,000 TEU per year. By Thuy Dung … [Read more...] about First inland container depot to be launched in Hai Phong
Once operational, the Dinh Vu-Quang Binh Inland Container Depot will be able to handle 100,000 tonnes of goods and have yard capacity of 400,000-500,000 TEU per year (Source: baogiaothong.vn) Hanoi (VNA) – Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Van Cong recently signed a decision on the opening of the Dinh Vu-Quang Binh Inland Container Depot (ICD) at the Dinh Vu Industrial Park in the northern port city of Hai Phong. Covering some 26 hectares, the more than 400 billion VND (17 million USD) project will be the first ICD in Hai Phong and one of the biggest in the northern region. Once operational, the three-phase project will be able to handle 100,000 tonnes of goods and have yard capacity of 400,000-500,000 TEU per year. The Transport Ministry has asked Quang Binh Import & Export JSC – the project’s investor - to use the depot only after the company completes necessary procedures, while ensuring safety, security and firefighting and preventing pollution. The … [Read more...] about Hai Phong has first inland container depot