grab to retain existing redemption rates for ride rewards beyond sep 30 Grab to retain existing redemption rates for ride rewards beyond Sep 30

Ride-hailing operator Grab said on Tuesday (Sep 25) that it will retain the existing redemption rates under its GrabRewards programme beyond the end of this month.

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phu quoc aims to become special economic zone Phu Quoc aims to become special economic zone

The Phu Quoc administration seeks to make the island a special economic zone, a local official said.

fate of numerous loss making projects remains uncertain Fate of numerous loss-making projects remains uncertain

While some of the 12 loss-making projects have managed to turn around, some of them are still wallowing in difficulties.

Changes needed in FDI attraction orientations in 4.0 era

Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Vu Dai Thang shares his views about the role of FDI, while stressing the need for changes in the 4.0 era.

Hanoi opens doors to smart city future

Amid growing interest from domestic and international businesses, Hanoi will create new opportunities for private investors to join public service projects as a way to raise funds for its ambitious smart city development plans.

mekong capital fully exits investments in three private equity funds Mekong Capital fully exits investments in three private equity funds

By completing the divestment from Minh Hoang Garment, the first three funds of Mekong Capital have made a complete exit from their investments.

microcredit from vbsp transforms the lives of bac kans poor families Microcredit from VBSP transforms the lives of Bac Kan's poor families

Thanks to microcredit programmes from VBSP, various ethnic minority families received funding to kick-start their business and lift themselves out of poverty.

Cisco ACI helps VIB increase network throughput and mobile banking experience
facebook joins broadcasting battlefield Facebook joins broadcasting battlefield

After tensions around the broadcasting rights of the World Cup and the Asiad, Facebook has purchased the rights to broadcast the Premier League.

head of mobile ranger team admits receiving bribe Head of mobile ranger team admits receiving bribe

Authorities in the Central Highland province of Dak Nong on Monday confirmed they had started criminal proceedings against the head of a forest ranger team for his involvement in the illegal logging and trafficking of ...

monre detects 158 illegal scrap importers MONRE detects 158 illegal scrap importers

As many as 158 individuals and organisations have been found illegally importing scrap into Vietnam as they are not certified to carry out such activities.

germany saudi arabia to restore envoys after lebanon row Germany, Saudi Arabia to restore envoys after Lebanon row

Germany and Saudi Arabia on Tuesday (Sep 25) agreed to return ambassadors some 10 months after the kingdom fumed over criticism about its role in Lebanon.

eu launches asia strategy to rival chinas new silk road EU launches Asia strategy to rival China's 'new Silk Road'

As doubts grow over China's vast "Belt and Road" trade infrastructure project, the EU is launching an alternative plan for Asia that it says will not saddle countries with debt they cannot repay.

cambodian pm to pay tribute to president tran dai quang in hanoi Cambodian PM to pay tribute to President Tran Dai Quang in Hanoi

Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen will lead a high-level delegation to Vietnam on September 26 to pay tribute to President Tran Dai Quang who passed away on September 21.

vietnams mission to un opens funeral book for president tran dai quang Vietnam’s mission to UN opens funeral book for President Tran Dai Quang

Vietnam’s permanent mission to the United Nations held a ceremony to pay tribute to President Tran Dai Quang and opened a funeral book from September 24 through September 25 (New York time).

un chief warns of chaotic world order as general assembly opens UN chief warns of 'chaotic' world order as General Assembly opens

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday (Sep 25) opened the world's largest diplomatic gathering with a stark warning of growing chaos and confusion as the rules-based global order comes under threat of breaking down.

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