Particularly, the electronics manufacturing industry saw the highest growth with 17.7 percent. Food, foodstuff, and beverage processing industry inched up 0.44 percent. Chemicals, rubber, and plastic industry was estimated to rally 9.04 percent. Meanwhile, the mechanics posted a sharp decrease of 12.1 percent. Explaining this issue, the Department of Industry and Trade said that the electronics group increased heavily thanks to the stable and high consumption market and production orders. On the other hand, the report by Ho Chi Minh City Computer Association added that, during the time of social distancing, to serve the needs of studying and working from home, the consumption of computer products and internet services increased sharply to 200 percent-300 percent. Similarly, as for the food, foodstuff, and beverage industry, although exports decreased, domestic demand increased sharply. Preliminary statistics showed that retail sales of food and foodstuffs in the first six months of … [Read more...] about HCMC’s industrial production grows 1.18 percent
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Irish court tries man for suspected connection with Essex lorry deaths Irish police said Ronan Hughes, who had been arrested in the country for his accused connection with the death of 39 Vietnamese nationals in a refrigerated lorry in Essex last October, appeared at Dublin's High Court today. … [Read more...] about Suspect admits offence in case of 39 Vietnamese lorry deaths
By international standards, Vietnam’s response to Covid-19 was early and drastic. The opposite end of the spectrum is represented by Sweden, which did not have a lockdown or even close its schools. While there is something to be said for keeping a country’s economy and education system running, Sweden did suffer 5,280 Covid-19 deaths. The question of which approach produces the best result will no doubt be the subject of research and continued public interest. … [Read more...] about How did Vietnam dodge Covid-19?
Park signed a new three-year contract with the Vietnam Football Federation late last year. He has bought a serviced apartment near the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi and is learning Vietnamese. He hopes to help the country qualify for the World Cup one day. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s Korean coach wants to set up football academy in adopted country
The code red alert system is the process of coordination and emergency assistance between hospitals to provide emergency services for patients in critical situations that require the intervention of doctors and experienced experts from different specialties, according to the Vietnamese Ministry of Health’s news site Suc khoe & Doi song (Health & Life). … [Read more...] about Ho Chi Minh City hospital saves 9-yo boy with punctured heart