U.S. Consul General Mary Tarnowka remarked: “South Africa, home to 80 percent of the rhinos left on earth, reported 530 rhinos killed in the first six months of this year. Vietnam remains both a consumer destination and a transit point for rhino horns.” … [Read more...] about Where were you when the last rhino was killed?
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He added: "We want to be ready to start as soon as it will be possible. Sport will be one of the engines that will allow us to revive this country after the health crisis." — AFP … [Read more...] about Italy’s sports minister ‘doubtful’ of early May return for Serie A
Noticeably, enterprises faced many difficulties in the first quarter of this year because of direct impacts from the Covid-19 pandemic. The number of enterprises temporarily halted operations rose to 18,600 enterprises, an increase of 26 percent compared to the same period last year. However, the result of surveys on the business tendency of processing and manufacturing enterprises showed that they expected the disease would be controlled soon so the business and production situation was forecast to be more optimistic in the second quarter than in the first quarter of this year. In the first three months of this year, there were 29,700 newly-established enterprises across the country with total registered capital at VND351.4 trillion and total registered labor of 243,700 workers. Therefore, in comparison with the same period last year, the number of newly-established enterprises increased by 4.4 percent in volume, decreased by 6.4 percent in the value of registered capital, and … [Read more...] about GDP increases 3.82 percent, CPI jumps 5.56 percent in Q1
The tourism area is one of the most popular tourist and spiritual attractions in An Giang Province, attracting nearly 5 million visitors every year especially during the Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival that takes place annually from the 23rd to 27th of the forth month in Lunar Calendar. … [Read more...] about Sam Mountain National Tourism Area closes in response to Covid-19
He also argued that Vietnam's food production is going rather well as the rice varieties being grown in the Mekong Delta are short-term, some of which could be harvested after just 85 days. A reserve of 1.5 million tons of rice therefore would be enough to last until May or June, he said. … [Read more...] about Farmers big losers if Vietnam stops rice exports: experts