Real estate brokers said coffee shops are ‘surprisingly cheap’. The owner of a 4-storey café at the Kim Nguu – Lo Duc crossroads, an emerging café area, is seeking to sell the shop, though the landlord accepted to slash the rent by 30 percent. … [Read more...] about Incurring crushing losses, café owners rush to sell shops
Minding your own business
Politburo member and Chairwoman of Việt Nam's National Assembly Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân made the remarks in an article titled “Parliamentary Diplomacy for a Cohesive and Responsive ASEAN Community" released on the occasion of the 41st AIPA General Assembly that the National Assembly will chair via teleconference from September 8-10 for the first time in the organisation's history due to the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly an open, effective forum for regional cooperation: top legislator
As an organization, we have also invested significantly in our manufacturing facilities. We have focused very hard on workers' safety, working conditions and the quality ofproducts. Our Binh Duong and Hung Yen plants have been transformed into world-class manufacturing centres with automation and ISO international standards for product quality and safety. The factory in Hung Yen also has Class A Halal certification, to enable more exports. … [Read more...] about Mondelez Kinh Do seeks to continue leading snack market with ‘Make it right’ strategy
On behalf of the National Assembly of Thailand, I have an honour to extend my deepest appreciation to Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân, Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Việt Nam for the success in her tenure as the chair of AIPA. During her presidency, she has shown her tireless efforts, wise counsel, and perseverance. It reminds me that, in the past year, the achievement of all AIPA activities would not have been possible without her at the helm. … [Read more...] about ASEAN must be united to tackle common difficulties: Thai parliament president
One of the last things I’d want to do in this world is disrespect local culture – and that goes beyond Viet Nam. I’d never grumble about the call to prayer in Indonesia, even if it does wake me up at the crack of dawn. Nor would I groan about the playing of the national anthem in parks in Thailand, even when it obligates me to stand there for three or four minutes, disrupting my outdoor workout. … [Read more...] about Do foreigners have the right to complain about countryside karaoke?