garment footwear firms must wait for evfta benefits Garment, footwear firms must wait for EVFTA benefits

Textile, garment and footwear products made in Viet Nam will not enjoy immediate tariff cuts after the EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) comes into effect, according to a report from Bao Viet Securities Joint ...

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tech alliance to spur logistics Tech alliance to spur logistics

Technological solutions are transforming every aspect of Vietnamese industry, including logistics. Chairwoman of IMG Logistics, Nguyen Thi Thu Hien, discussed with VIR’s Bich Thuy how logistics companies, as SMEs, can leapfrog the competition by adopting ...

haiphong seeks to develop into international logistics hub Haiphong seeks to develop into international logistics hub

Government agencies, logistics firms, and experts gathered at a conference in Haiphong to discuss developing the city into an international logistics hub.

Switzerland supports Vietnam to develop eco-industrial parks

The MPI and the Swiss Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research have signed an MoU over eco-industrial park development in Vietnam.

List of interested investors in North-South Expressway disclosed

Almost all 36 investors interested in developing subprojects of the North-South Expressway are South Korean and Chinese firms, with two coming from France.

moc plans to release quarterly reports on property market MoC plans to release quarterly reports on property market

The Ministry of Construction (MoC) plans to start releasing quarterly reports on the domestic real estate market to increase transparency, Minister of Construction Pham Hong Ha said in a ministry meeting late last week.

fe credit scores double awards from apcsc FE CREDIT scores double awards from APCSC

FE CREDIT was awarded CEO of the Year and CRM Director of the Year by APCSC for its service quality and customer relationship excellence.

vietnamese stocks mixed with low trading liquidity Vietnamese stocks mixed with low trading liquidity

Vietnamese shares were mixed on Monday morning amid weak trading liquidity, dragged down by large-cap companies.

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rok helps vietnam improve rice value chain RoK helps Vietnam improve rice value chain

A cooperation agreement on the implementation of a project on rice value chain improvement in the Hong River Delta was signed between representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Korea Rural ...

fishing boat saves 32 foreign fishermen Fishing boat saves 32 foreign fishermen

A fishing boat of the island district of Ly Son, the central province of Quang Ngai, in July 11 morning rescued 32 foreign fishermen who were in distress at sea, according to Nguyen Quoc Chinh, ...

vietnams population to reach 962 million Vietnam’s population to reach 96.2 million

Vietnam's population increased by 10.4 million, making it the 15th most populous country in the world and the third most populous country in Southeast Asia.

three children woman killed in france train car crash Three children, woman killed in France train-car crash

A woman and three children were killed on Monday (Jul 15) when a train smashed into their car at a level crossing in eastern France.

european powers urge dialogue end to escalation in iran nuclear crisis European powers urge dialogue, end to escalation in Iran nuclear crisis

Three key European powers on Sunday (Jul 14) called for dialogue and an end to the escalation over Iran's nuclear programme, as tensions further intensified between Tehran and the United States.

quake of magnitude 66 strikes west of australias broome usgs Quake of magnitude 6.6 strikes west of Australia's Broome: USGS

A strong 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck off northwest Australia in Sunday, shaking buildings over a wide area but causing no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

uk says iran tanker will be freed after guarantees on destination UK says Iran tanker will be freed after guarantees on destination

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt sought to ease tensions with Iran on Saturday (Jul 13), saying a tanker held by Gibraltar would be released if Tehran guaranteed it was not heading to Syria.

in paris cars forced to make way for the two wheel revolution In Paris, cars forced to make way for the two-wheel revolution

With the wind rushing through their hair, they zip past on bikes, electric scooters and mono-wheels, effortlessly passing lines of hot-and-bothered drivers stuck in the endless Paris traffic.

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