People should eliminate mosquito breeding sites Specifically, the city recorded 1,080 dengue cases last week, a decrease of 24.2 percent compared to the average of four weeks ago, the number of inpatients decreased by 37.8 percent and the number of outpatients decreased by 9.7 percent. During the week, no deaths were recorded. Since the beginning of the year until now, the city has recorded 77,378 dengue cases, an increase of nearly 7 times compared to the same period in 2021. Amongst 77,378 dengue cases, roughly 1,873 are serious cases; generally, the ratio of severe cases to the total number of dengue cases was 2.42 percent, an increase of more than 3.2 percent over the same period in 2021. The total number of deaths from dengue since the beginning of the year so far is 29 cases, an increase of 23 cases over the same period last year. In the past week, the city recorded 62 new dengue outbreaks in 49 wards and communes in 15/22 districts and Thu Duc City, a decrease of 15 new … [Read more...] about Dengue cases decrease but 29 die
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Binh Duong has attracted over 3 billion USD in FDI so far this year. (Photo: VNA) Binh Duong (VNA) – The southern province of Binh Duong has so far this year attracted over 3 billion USD in foreign direct investment ( FDI ), taking the lead in the Southeast region, according to Nguyen Tam Duong, chief of the Office of the provincial People’s Committee. GRDP per capital at 170 million VND (7,100 USD), he said at a press conference on the local socio-economic situation in 2022. Its budget revenue is estimated at 61.9 trillion VND, equal to 103% of the estimate and budget expenditure is forecast to reach 18.5 trillion VND. VNA … [Read more...] about Binh Duong attracts more than 3 billion USD in FDI this year
Illustrative image. (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The national COVID-19 caseload rose to 11,518,511 with 362 new cases recorded on December 6, according to the Ministry of Health. With 151 patients given the all-clear during the day, the number of recoveries rose to 10,609,139. Meanwhile, there are 72 patients needing breathing support. One death from COVID-19 was recorded in the past 24 hours. The total fatalities rose to 43,178. With 38,012 doses administered on December 5, the total number of doses of COVID-19 vaccines injected rose to 264,761,289./. VNA … [Read more...] about Vietnam logs 362 new COVID-19 cases on December 6
Workers in a firm process shrimp for export At the eighth session of the People's Council in Ca Mau Province for the tenth tenure today, Chairman Huynh Quoc Viet said that shrimp processing and fertilizer production in 2022 will continue to be the bright spot of the province’s industry. According to his report, shrimp processing output is estimated at 200,000 tons, exceeding 27 percent of the plan, increasing by more than 11 percent over the same period meanwhile fertilizer output is estimated at 1 million tons, completing the province’s target. Export turnover was estimated at US41.3 billion, of which seafood, mainly shrimp, reached more than $1 billion, satisfying the province’s goal, up 5 percent over the same period. Fertilizer is estimated at $215 million, exceeding 275 percent of the plan with a 145 percent year-on-year increase. According to Mr. Huynh Quoc Viet, the surge in export turnover is due to the effective exploitation of the export market as soon as countries … [Read more...] about Ca Mau, Soc Trang post high export revenue
An additional 528 Covid-19 infections were confirmed in the past 24 hours in Vietnam, bringing the national tally to over 11.51 million, the Ministry of Health reported on Thursday. Illustrative photo According to the ministry's report, the national caseload has so far increased to 11.519.539. On December 8, an additional 113 more patients recovered from the disease, raising the number of recoveries in the country to over 10.60 million. On Thursday evening, no deaths from Covid-19 were recorded, the country's total fatalities stayed at 43,178, accounting for 0.4 per cent of total infections. By December 8, the country had injected over 264 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines. Around 98 percent of residents in HCM City have been found to carry antibodies against Covid-19, according to a survey of 839 random people. The survey was jointly conducted in September by the city’s Centre for Disease Control, the HCM City Hospital for Tropical Diseases and … [Read more...] about Additional 528 Covid-19 cases confirmed on Thursday
Infographic by HSBC Since the advent of US-China trade tensions, Viet Nam has been one of the biggest beneficiaries in terms of both trade and FDI diversion, boosting its export share in the US market in particular. As a result, Viet Nam has become increasingly vulnerable to a US economic slowdown. In its recent 'Vietnam at a glance' report, HSBC said Viet Nam has been hit hard by a global trade slowdown, seeing the first meaningful year-on-year decline in its exports in two years. In particular, the decline has been led by an economic slowdown in the US, Viet Nam’s largest export destination. After over two years of booming trade, the “pay-back” time has come. Global orders have been falling sharply, taking a toll on Asian exporters. Viet Nam is no exception, and it has been on the front line in terms of feeling the pain. In November, the country saw the first meaningful year-on-year decline in its exports in two years, with broad-based weakness. In particular, shipments of … [Read more...] about HSBC: Is an export winter approaching?