US Ambassador to Vietnam Dan Kritenbrink affirmed that the US has always remained committed to intensifying its all-round partnership with Vietnam, indicated a common vision for a peaceful and stable Indo-Pacific region on the basis of mutual respect for international law, sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as each other's political institutions. … [Read more...] about Vietnam, US hold online talks to deal with post-war consequences
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Forecasts suggest that most economies should be up and running by the end of this year, while a degree of momentum should accumulate by the middle of 2021. Provided that there is no second wave of infections, Vietnam could be up and running by this period. In fact, the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund all predict that Vietnam could reach a GDP growth rate of up to 7 percent by next year, the firm said. … [Read more...] about Vietnam could resume pre-COVID-19 growth levels by next year: McKinsey
The reasons for the rating include the relatively high level of risk capitalisation associated with a prudent portfolio and favourable population structure and insurance demand for medium and long-term growth prospects of retail non-life products. In addition, the impact of the US-China trade war may aid Viet Nam as multinational companies look for new markets outside China. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s insurance market expected to grow 20 percent
Tens of thousands of students in Ho Chi Minh City will begin the first year of each level In the new school year of 2020-2021, the southern growth centre Ho Chi Minh City expects to welcome 200,000 students who will begin the first year of each level (Grade 1, Grade 6, and Grade 10). In Grade 10 alone, over 80,000 students attended the entry exam last year. The need to pick the right school of tens of thousands of parents and their students are becoming ever more urgent. … [Read more...] about Picking schools for your kids post-COVID-19: Keep a cool head!
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang “Given the continued spread of the Covid-19 epidemic across the globe, causing severe damage to almost every country, Vietnam as a responsible member of the international community has cooperated with other countries and organizations, especially ASEAN and UN organizations. It has participated in many exchange mechanisms in different forms and at different levels such as international and regional conferences, and attended high-level bilateral and multilateral audio conferences.” … [Read more...] about Vietnam actively cooperates with other countries in fighting Covid-19