“The quality of New Zealand education can be seen in the quality of our graduates, and these alumni are examples of the globally engaged students New Zealand aims to produce. New Zealand is commited to helping build the future leaders of Vietnam. We are proud of our alumni and the New Zealand alumni community, who have come to be affectionately known as the "Kiwi mafia". Alumni play an integral role in the New Zealand- Vietnam bilateral relationship, which celebrated its 45th anniversary this year.” … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS DECEMBER 4
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Jakarta (VNA) – Bank Indonesia (BI) sees bank lending to expand by 7 - 9 percent next year on the back of low-interest rates and recovery in the economy, according to its Governor Perry Warjiyo. According to reports of the central bank, lending shrunk by 0.5 percent in the first 10 months this year from the same period last year, in line with the slowdown in business activities and weak consumer demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Consumers and companies alike clang to their cash, as evident in the 12 percent growth of the third-party funds in local banks in the Jan-October period, the bank said Perry said the national economy has increased as the government is easing the restriction to curb the health crisis. Other indicators also show improvement. Inflation rose slightly to 1.59 percent in November from 1.44 percent a month earlier, reflecting an increase in consumer demand. Foreign exchange reserves continued to increase, while … [Read more...] about Indonesia eyes 9 percent in loan growth in 2021
Explaining the rush of online game development in recent years, experts say Viet Nam has a lot of potential as a new market because nearly 70 per cent of the gamers are accessing the game for the first time. Also, because the country is located in Southeast Asia, it has a similar culture to China and South Korea so gamers understand and like kung fu novels. … [Read more...] about Online games: harmless fun or social problem?
In 2019, 33 traffic hotspots were reported in Hà Nội, including eight new ones on Định Công Bypass, Chùa Láng Street and Phùng Chí Kiên Street. The city’s traffic safety committee has undertaken several solutions to ease and eliminate jams, such as installing warning signs, speed bumps and adjusting traffic lights. … [Read more...] about Traffic congestion still a big problem for Hà Nội
His demand follows the latest outbreak in the city triggered by a 28-year-old Vietnam Airlines flight attendant, tagged "patient 1342," who violated his quarantine terms to end the country’s 89- and HCMC’s 120-day streak with no community transmissions. … [Read more...] about HCMC inspectors to visit Covid-19 quarantine facilities unannounced