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VN to export pork to China, official says

VN to export pork to China, official says

Yesterday, during an official visit to China by Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) Tran Thanh Nam, the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) expressed interest in opening official channels for Vietnamese pork to enter China’s market, said Nguyen Xuan Duong, Deputy Head of the Department of Livestock Production (DLP) under the MARD.

Combination of lutein, natural vitamin E and DHA power up children’s brain

Combination of lutein, natural vitamin E and DHA power up children’s brain

Adolesence is a critical stage of development that forms the foundation for a child's future health, well-being and learning.

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Ford announces 10 per cent white-collar job cut in North America and Asia

Ford announces 10 per cent white-collar job cut in North America and Asia

Ford Motor Company has announced plans of cutting some 1,400 white-collar jobs in North America and Asia. The company will offer voluntary early retirement and other financial incentives to managers and other non-production workers in a bid to shore up its sagging stock price.

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Cuu Long Petro Gas Service - Transportation strives to satisfy shareholders

Cuu Long Petro Gas Service - Transportation strives to satisfy shareholders

With the season of annual shareholders’ meeting coming in, the leaders of hundreds of companies are working to organise a successful meeting. Cuu Long Petro Gas Service-Transportation is no different.

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EU to inspect VN seafood exporters

EU to inspect VN seafood exporters

The European Union (EU) will send a delegation to Viet Nam in June to inspect the country’s food safety control system for seafood products exported to the EU.

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Automakers settle deadly Takata airbag case for US$553m

Automakers settle deadly Takata airbag case for US$553m

NEW YORK: Four automakers including Toyota and BMW agreed on Thursday (May 18) to pay US$553 million to settle a US lawsuit over the defective Takata airbags blamed for 11 deaths in the United States alone.

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International expo to promote digital printing in Vietnam

International expo to promote digital printing in Vietnam

The International Screen Printing and Digital Printing Technology Exhibition 2017 was officially launched in Vietnam, marking the first time the international event is hosted in Southeast Asia.

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Imported DAP fetiliser products under investigation

Imported DAP fetiliser products under investigation

The Ministry of Industry and Trade issued Decision No.1682A/QĐ-BCT on safeguard measures against DAP fetiliser products imported into Viet Nam on May 12.

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BUV and Maritime Bank partner up to offer wider access to British education

BUV and Maritime Bank partner up to offer wider access to British education

British University Vietnam, the first and only university in Vietnam to offer bachelor’s degrees directly from the United Kingdom, and Vietnam Maritime Commercial Joint Stock Bank signed an agreement to bring an authentic UK education opportunity for students.

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Nestle loses appeal over Kit Kat trademark

Nestle loses appeal over Kit Kat trademark

LONDON: Swiss food and drink giant Nestle on Wednesday (May 17) lost its legal bid to register the shape of a four-finger Kit Kat chocolate bar as a trademark in Britain.

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Central VN launches fish sauce project

Central VN launches fish sauce project

The central Tam Thanh commune in Quảng Nam Province has debuted its first fish sauce co-operative, aiming to make traditional crafts marketable and profitable.

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Textile and clothing firms reluctant to implement Industry 4.0 practices

Textile and clothing firms reluctant to implement Industry 4.0 practices

The textile and garment sector is forecast to benefit greatly from the technologies of Industry 4.0 – businesses in the sector, however, remain indifferent to the changing tide.

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From veggies to cars: rising ethical consumerism in Asia

From veggies to cars: rising ethical consumerism in Asia

Climate change, water scarcity, and dwindling natural resources are just a few of the serious, long-term environmental challenges facing many countries across the Asia-Pacific, causing consumers to seek out eco-friendly goods and services.

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PM kicks off private sector talks

PM kicks off private sector talks

The national-level dialogue of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and the business community, entitled “Walking in the step of businesses,” has kicked off. The PM promised to help enterprises tackle their woes. Below are some of their issues.

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Business community tables proposals for PM

Business community tables proposals for PM

On May 17 the prime minister (PM) will meet with 1,500 representatives of Vietnamese and foreign companies in the private sector. Below are some of the proposals the companies and business associations submitted to the government before the meeting.

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APP receives environmental award at APIF 2017

APP receives environmental award at APIF 2017

Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) was awarded the Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) certificate at the recent Eco-Products International Fair (EPIF) 2017 for its Integrated Forestry and Farming Strategy (IFFS).

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