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mardi 21 novembre 2017

Gender inequality in ethnic minority groups

Gender inequality in ethnic minorities is seen in different fields, including economy, labour, education, training and healthcare.

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Vietnam approves bill letting banks be declared bankrupt

Vietnam’s national assembly on Monday gave authorities the ability to declare troubled banks bankrupt, through an amendment to a law on the operation of credit organisations, the government website said.

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lundi 20 novembre 2017

City leaders hear teachers’ concerns

Leaders of the HCM City Party Committee and People’s Committee on Friday had a meeting with educators in the city on the 35th anniversary of Việt Nam Teachers’ Day (November 20).

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Solar power Is a perfect fit for Vietnam, even John Kerry thinks so !

There is no doubt that Asia is taking over the future of solar power.

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dimanche 19 novembre 2017

No limits : Büro Ole Scheeren launches designs for Empire City in Vietnam

Büro Ole Scheeren has launched designs for Empire City, a mixed-use development in Ho Chi Minh City that reflects the energy of the city’s economic growth and reconnects the urban environment to the tropics.

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Beyond the normal diplomacy between China and Vietnam

To most scholars who are obsessed with the realist doctrines, China and Vietnam can’t maintain mutually trusted relationship in view of historical memories and geopolitical concerns.

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Vietnam slightly drops in EF English Proficiency Index

According to the results of the 7th edition of the English proficiency index (EPI) conducted by EF Education First (EF), Vietnam ranks 34th among the 80 countries and territories surveyed on general English skills, signifying a slight drop of three grades compared to the 2016 index.

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Vietnam and China agree to avoid conflicts in South China Sea

Vietnam and China agreed Monday to avoid conflicts in the hotly contested South China Sea, as a new pathway to dialogue on easing tensions was opened with other Southeast Asian nations.

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Not everyone dances to the same tune

Two weeks ago, I was invited to a new modern well-equipped apartment of a friend in Hà Nội’s Royal City, a super modern apartment world smelling of luxury.

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Scientist pioneers regenerative medicine research

Dr Nguyễn Thị Hiệp, a 36-year-old lecturer in the biomedical engineering department at HCM City International University under Việt Nam National University-HCM City, has conducted research for more than 10 years on the use of biomaterials in regenerative medicine and tissue cells.

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jeudi 26 octobre 2017

Improving Vietnam’s workforce in implementing FTAs

Only 21 percent of Vietnamese workers are provided with training. Meanwhile labour productivity is low.

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Asia Coffee - Rainfall could affect harvest in Vietnam

Vietnam is expected to see intermittent rainfall over the next 10 days, which together with recent crop-friendly rains may affect harvesting in the second biggest coffee producer, while Indonesia's market was quiet, traders said.

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mercredi 25 octobre 2017

Vietnam to run out of sand in 5 years, say experts

Vietnamese authorities are looking at producing artificial sand amid warnings by experts that the country could run out of sand within five years due to over-exploitation of the natural product, local media reported.

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mardi 24 octobre 2017

Commission warns Vietnam over insufficient action to fight illegal fishing

The European Commission is continuing its fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing worldwide by warning Vietnam, with a "yellow card", about the risk of it being identified as a non-cooperating country.

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Vietnam : Drop charge against student activist

Vietnam should drop all charges and immediately release student blogger Phan Kim Khanh, Human Rights Watch said today.

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vendredi 20 octobre 2017

Gender inequality slows VN economy

The benefit of gender equality for the economy should be evident.

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UK anti-slavery drive must stop victims before they leave Vietnam

Britain’s funding boost to stop people being trafficked from Vietnam and enslaved in brothels, nail bars and cannabis farms must prioritize people most at risk of falling into the hands of traffickers, anti-slavery charities said on Thursday.

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jeudi 19 octobre 2017

Universities lack funds for research

Lack of funding is a serious obstacle for lecturers doing research at universities in Việt Nam.

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Low-cost living in Vietnam’s cool-weather highlands

John Pearce knew he wanted to live in Dalat, in Vietnam’s central highlands, from the very first time he visited the town.

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Việt Nam lacks renewable energy infrastructure

As renewable energy becomes a stronger global trend, it is still a nascent industry in Việt Nam, with great potential for growth, especially in solar energy. Đỗ Đức Tưởng, Clean Energy Advisor with the USAID Energy Programme, speaks with the Vietnam News Agency about this issue.

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Vietnam protester arrested for ‘attempt to overthrow state’

A Vietnamese activist who had protested mass fish deaths caused by a toxic dump has been arrested for allegedly attempting to overthrow the state, according to her family and an official report Wednesday.

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mercredi 18 octobre 2017

Viet Nam announces sponsors of APEC 2017 events

As many as 31 sponsors have committed support in kind and cash for APEC Year 2017 hosted by Việt Nam.

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Ex-Vietnam MP jailed for stealing S$21.7m housing deposits

A former Vietnamese lawmaker has been sentenced to life in prison for fraud after she pocketed US$16 million (S$21.7 million) in down-payments from would-be homeowners when she was a real estate developer, a court clerk said Tuesday (Oct 17).

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mardi 17 octobre 2017

Abuse of medical insurance should be prevented

The health sector, medical institutions and governments across the country need to closely co-operate with the social insurance agency, which faces a huge deficit, to prevent abuse of the system, the agency’s officials have said.

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House for Trees: The amazing homes in Vietnam where plants grow through the floor

The house is designed to balance the effects of urbanisation

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Can Vietnam avoid a crash this time ?

Getting the basics right is the only hope to keep multinationals on board

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dimanche 15 octobre 2017

PhDs in Vietnam: Just what does the doctor order ?

Whatever the merits or demerits of the recent brouhaha over a PhD dissertation, the time is opportune to take a seriously critical look at some post-graduate academic practices and “traditions” in the country.

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Death toll in Vietnam flooding, landslides rises to 68

The death toll from landslides and heavy rain triggered by a tropical depression in Vietnam has climbed to 68, with another 34 people missing, officials said Sunday.

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vendredi 13 octobre 2017

Royal Enfield forays into Vietnam

Cult motorcycle company Royal Enfield has announced its entry into Vietnam, the world's fourth largest two-wheeler market.

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When will Vietnam universities nominate professors ?

The title of professor and associate professor can only be granted by the State Professorship Title Council. However, experts say it would be better to allow universities to nominate their professors.

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