Moreover, when it is difficult for investors to transfer, it is difficult to identify whether the transfer is due to the COVID-19 pandemic or their new business strategies. However, regardless of the situation, the shift of investment wave to Viet Nam will still benefit the country and businesses here. Therefore, Vietnamese enterprises need to improve their competitiveness and create new forces to seize opportunities. VNS … [Read more...] about New momentum for US-Viet Nam trade relations
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After the death of his father, Raymond received a military education from the French army in Đà Lạt where he learned how to effectively and quickly overcome natural obstacles by developing a technique called 'le parcours', a way of quickly moving from one point to another. … [Read more...] about Parkour: a global sport deeply rooted in Việt Nam
Cat Linh-Ha Dong project eligible for commercial operation in late 2020: Chinese contractor The Saigon Times Saturday, Jul 11, 2020,17:59 (GMT+7) Cat Linh-Ha Dong project eligible for commercial operation in late 2020: Chinese contractor … [Read more...] about Cat Linh-Ha Dong project eligible for commercial operation in late 2020: Chinese contractor
During those two decades, many other Americans were working to end these attacks on Viet Nam and to begin - for the very first time - diplomatic relations between our two nations. In his 1993 essay U.S.-Vietnam Relations: The Past, the Present, and the Future, Professor David W. P. Elliott wrote: “Human rights and democratization may be the next incarnation of the POW/MIA issue, a symptom of an underlying refusal on the part of many Americans to accept the historical verdict of the Vietnam War.” Well, the POW/MIA flags still fly (by state law) in all fifty states and on federal buildings nationwide (by federal law, recently sponsored by a unanimous vote of the US Senate). Professor Elliott’s prediction has also come true. Ever since the beginning of diplomatic relations in 1995, the US has continued to demand and insist that Viet Nam conform to American definitions of human right and democracy. As many tens of millions of Americans … [Read more...] about What does the future hold for relations between Vietnam and US?
“Cancer is on the rise in Việt Nam and around the world. Although scientists have made great efforts in producing anti-cancer drugs, they have not met demand and the mortality rate among cancer patients is still high,” said Nguyễn Quang Trung, from the Institute of Chemistry of VAST, the leading author of the research. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese scientists make potential cancer breakthrough