Vietnam’s control of the pandemic and its continued growth has further cemented its position as a safe business environment compared to others. And US businesses have noticed. Apple has planned to shift significant production of its products including its AirPods to Vietnam. … [Read more...] about How US investors’ positive sentiment towards Vietnam grows stronger?
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In addition, logistics is expected to be the future of the industrial market. In recent years, increasing demand from both traditional retails and continuous growth from e-commerce sectors has put great pressure on existing supply chains, facilities and warehouses. JLL predicts that the growth of retail will contribute to investment activities for the current shortfalls of the industry. … [Read more...] about Industrial property continues dominating Vietnam’s 2020 real estate sector
According to Cuong, the solar panel recycling plants are running at just 4-14 percent of the installation capacity. The capacity is low because solar power has just started booming, while demand will increase sharply after 20 years, when solar panels start to die. … [Read more...] about Waste solar panels can be recycled: scientists
The service of leasing the verified ‘blue check’ to run ads is still selling well. It is difficult to detect the fanpages, because they are not in Vietnam, thus putting difficulties on the automatic scanning system. They will only be punished unless there are manual reports from users. … [Read more...] about Why do livestreams with bad content still exist on Facebook?
Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnam-Cuba solidarity is considered a model for international relations, Cuban Ambassador to Vietnam Lianys Torres Rivera has told Vietnam News Agency. She said that historical backgrounds and mutual support at every time have formed the special relationship between the two countries, with them setting up diplomatic ties on December 2, 1960. Vietnam always backs Cuba in the struggle against economic and trade embargo imposed by the US over nearly 60 years, and Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong called for the removal of unilateral sanctions that hinder countries’ development, especially the besiege and embargo against Cuba, at the UN General Assembly’s recent 75th session, she highlighted. Based on the special political ties, the Cuban diplomat suggested expanding bilateral cooperation to economics and trade. According to her, both sides also hold great potential for cooperation in tourism, pharmaceuticals, culture, … [Read more...] about Vietnam-Cuba solidarity model for int’l relations: diplomat