Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong greets delegates to the ceremony marking the new academic year at the VNUA in Hanoi on September 30th (Photo: VNA) VNUA Director Nguyen Thi Lan said for over 60 years, the university has continually developed in terms of size, quantity and quality. At present, it has nearly 1,400 staff members and more than 30,000 students, about 500 of them are from other countries. It has been recognised as a training centre of high-quality human resources and an advanced research centre for agricultural science-technology, economy and policies, and rural development of Vietnam. She added that graduates of the VNUA has become an important force contributing to the major achievements in agriculture and rural development during the wartime in the past and the cause of reforms, industrialisation, modernisation and international integration of the country at present. Lan noted the VNUA has taken the lead in reforming the training targets, content and methods so as … [Read more...] about Party leader asks VNUA to become leading agricultural research…
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Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong (second, left) greets delegates to the ceremony marking the new academic year at the Vietnam National University of Agriculture in Hanoi on September 30 (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong attended a ceremony marking the new academic year 2018-2019 at the Vietnam National University of Agriculture (VNUA) in Hanoi on September 30. VNUA Director Nguyen Thi Lan said for over 60 years, the university has continually developed in terms of size, quantity and quality. At present, it has nearly 1,400 staff members and more than 30,000 students, about 500 of them are from other countries. It has been recognised as a training centre of high-quality human resources and an advanced research centre for agricultural science-technology, economy and policies, and rural development of Vietnam. She added that graduates of the VNUA has become an important force contributing to the major achievements in … [Read more...] about Party leader asks VNUA to become leading agricultural research university
She was all of 10 years old when Men was abandoned by her mother in front of the Saigon Central Post Office in District 1. Men was also blind. After hours, her heart-rending cries caught the attention of the local police. They took her to a nursing home near the Thi Nghe Bridge in Binh Thanh District. Men stayed there for two years, before moving to the Blind Association of HCMC in the same district. She’s been living there for 26 years now. Her days in the association’s dormitory were peaceful, revolving around a single bed and a pet cat named Quay. But Men wanted more. She decided to start her own handicraft business. Stuffed animals, handbags, key chains, artificial flowers... she could make many things. Her work is so remarkably meticulous that even people with sight would have a hard time imitating it. She asked me how to post pictures of her works online. She has a Facebook account for her business, naturally, but for the last two years, no one bought any of her … [Read more...] about In Vietnam, are the blind leading the blind?
With President Donald Trump threatening hefty tariffs on cars and SUVs imported into the U.S., automakers are warning him it would cost consumers thousands of dollars and ultimately lead to job cuts. President Donald Trump talks with auto industry leaders, including General Motors CEO Mary Barra (L) and United Auto Workers (UAW) President Dennis Williams (R) at the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan, U.S in March 2017 The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, a trade group representing domestic and foreign automakers with plants in the U.S., predicts the average price of a new vehicle will increase US$5,800 if the president imposes a 25 percent tariff on imported models. That would amount to a US$45 billion tax on the auto industry, according to the trade group. “Tariffs will lead to increased producer costs, increased producer costs will lead to increased vehicle costs, increased vehicle costs will lead to fewer sales and less tax … [Read more...] about Automakers to Trump: Tariffs will drive up auto prices and cost thousands of jobs
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân congratulated the Việt Nam Academy of Social Sciences on May 17 for its achievements during recent years, and expressed her belief in the academy’s future progress. The congratulations were delivered when the NA Chairwoman attended the 5th Việt Nam Science and Technology Day (May 18) at the academy. Professor Nguyễn Quang Thuấn, chairman of the academy, said that after 65 years of development, the academy has undertaken invaluable research and the policy consultancy, providing scientific recommendations for the process of formulating important guidelines and policies of the Party and the State. The academy’s research on perfecting the socialist-oriented market economy, as well as on improving the efficiency of State management, and sustainable development and labour policy was an indispensable source of evidence when putting together … [Read more...] about NA Chairwoman lauds academies’ leading research