In the first two months, its exports have expanded by 8%, FDI inflows amounted to US$2.5 billion and retail sales were up by 5.4%, the bank said, noting that while prospects remain favorable for the Vietnamese economy in the medium term, GDP growth will be affected negatively by the recent coronavirus outbreak, now a global pandemic. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 7
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INTERFEL introduces French apples and kiwis via creative cooking With guidance from Chef Cam Thien Long, the European Cuisine Specialist and Top Chef Season 1's runner-up who is currently the vice-chairman of the Saigon Professional Chefs Guild, the guests had an opportunity to experience interesting dishes and learn a few secrets of delicious cooking. … [Read more...] about Interfel introduces French apples and kiwis via creative cooking
Also, the winter crop has been bountiful. India has a robust food stockpile - some 60 million tonnes of food grains - and the world's largest state-run food distribution programme. Food shortages are unlikely. But the challenges are in supporting farmers, sharecroppers and labourers until things return to normal; getting food to the poor and securing the harvest for the next season. … [Read more...] about Will coronavirus lockdown cause food shortages in India?
Hanoi (VNA) – The Ministry of Industry and Trade is seeking measures to boost exports in the second quarter of 2020. The Vietnam Trade Office in Singapore recently connected with Vietnamese and Singaporean industry associations to make use of trade opportunities. In February 2020, it arranged a trip for a group of Singapore’s fruit and vegetable importers to Vietnam to find supply sources. As of March 2020, the office had secured over 20 orders for various products such as coffee, instant noodles, sweet potato, and fruit. Meanwhile, the containment of COVID-19 in China has presented opportunities for Vietnam to boost its exports to the market. According to the ministry, customs clearance for exports to China at border gates in the north has gradually improved. As well as China, major markets like the Republic of Korea and Japan witnessed a recovery in March as the pandemic slowed. In January-March, Vietnam’s exports to China and Japan posted year-on-year growth … [Read more...] about Ministry seeks to boost exports in Q2
The main food sources for the rabbits were rice, bran, banana, vegetables and grass, which are always available in the countryside. However, it was important that leftovers need to be discarded and food shouldn’t be mouldy, which could easily cause diarrhoea. Additionally, breeders need to pay attention to the temperature of the rabbit and vaccinate them regularly. … [Read more...] about Tuyên Quang rabbit farmer profits from raising New Zealand breed