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vendredi 22 septembre 2017

Culture Minister seeks to reassure public on VFS equitisation

Yesterday Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Huỳnh Vĩnh Ái held a press conference to give out official comments on the problematic equitisation of the state-owned Việt Nam Feature Film Studio (VFS) which has attracted public concerns in recent days.

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Bird trade escalating in Vietnam

Việt Nam’s sizeable trade in wild birds is going unchecked and could harm wild populations if not managed, a new study by wildlife trade monitoring network Traffic warns.

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Vietnam's public debt amounts to 61 pct of GDP

Vietnam's public debt was 94 billion U.S. dollars by the end of 2015, or 61 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP), local media on Friday quoted the country's Finance Ministry as reporting.

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jeudi 21 septembre 2017

Superbug’s spread to Vietnam threatens malaria control

Vietnam’s main malaria treatment is failing at an alarming rate because of a highly drug-resistant superbug that has spread into the southern part of the country from western Cambodia, scientists said Thursday.

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mercredi 20 septembre 2017

Belgium leaders treasure ties with Việt Nam

Belgian leaders told Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ that they attach importance to the relationship between the two countries as well as Việt Nam’s important position in EU-ASEAN ties.

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China's projects in Vietnam earn reputation for poor quality, delays

Hanoi stuck with rising costs on 'cheap' projects with poor expectancies

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Asean Senior Chinese leader says has 'shared destiny' with Vietnam

China and Vietnam's Communist Parties have a "shared destiny" and the two nations have huge potential for economic cooperation, a senior official said on Tuesday during a visit to Vietnam, which has clashed with China over the South China Sea.

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mardi 19 septembre 2017

Vietnam jails dissident for five years

A political prisoner in Vietnam was sent to jail Monday for a second time after being found guilty of violating the terms of his house arrest, as the one-party state cracks down on critics.

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Vietnam finds misconduct in city that will host APEC summit

Vietnam's ruling party watchdog on Monday said it had uncovered misconduct by the top officials in a central city that will host world leaders for an Asia-Pacific summit in November, as the communist state steps up a campaign against corruption.

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mercredi 13 septembre 2017

Scandal-hit Vietnam official had been cleared by previous government

A former Vietnamese official who Germany says was kidnapped in Berlin to face charges in Hanoi over financial losses at a state construction firm had been cleared of wrongdoing by the previous government, according to documents seen by Reuters.

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mardi 12 septembre 2017

VNR seeks loans to improve its operation

The Việt Nam Railways (VNR) has submitted to the Ministry of Transport an investment plan with credit loans worth nearly VNĐ4.7 trillion (US$208 million) to purchase and build new locomotives and wagons from now till 2020.

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lundi 11 septembre 2017

How the Latin alphabet ended up in Vietnam

Alexandre de Rhodes gets all the credit, but his Portuguese predecessors did the donkey work.

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Vietnam floating market struggles to stay above water

Fixing weighing scales used to be good business on Vietnam's Cai Rang floating market, but the last repairman on the river now makes just a few dollars a month as modernity pushes traders to land.

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Inside Vietnam City, the French holding camp for vulnerable UK-bound migrants

Hidden in woodland, camp houses up to 100 Vietnamese people allegedly on their way to work illegally in Britain

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samedi 9 septembre 2017

Ken Burns on making his Vietnam War documentary: 'I was humiliated by what I didn't know'

The word and the war still stick in Americans’ craw — Vietnam.

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En Thaïlande, un moine mixait de la métamphétamine pour aider les drogués à s’en sortir

En Thaïlande, un temple bouddhiste accueillant un centre de désintoxication avait mis au point une potion «traditionnelle» pour aider les drogués à s’en sortir.

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vendredi 8 septembre 2017

Around 6,000 workers strike at Vietnam garment factory

Around 6,000 workers have gone on strike at a garment factory in northern Vietnam to push for higher pay and changes to rules they say are inhumane, local media said on Thursday.

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In Vietnam, renewable energy still not a priority

Truong Duy Nghia, chair of the Vietnam Association of Science & Technology, says the country will be able to pursue renewable energy as a main source of power only when the country becomes wealthy.

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jeudi 7 septembre 2017

A glimpse of the party’s dark side in Vietnam

A recent incident has given a glimpse of the dark side of the Vietnamese Communist Party’s regime.

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Vietnam seizes over 1 ton of ivory smuggled in from Africa

Authorities have seized more than a ton of smuggled ivory at a Vietnamese port where some 6 tons were seized last year.

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Sydney Vietnamese community flies flag despite Vietnamese Government criticism

Australia’s Vietnamese community wants Vietnam’s government to stop meddling as decades-old tensions flare over a cultural flag.

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mardi 5 septembre 2017

Apparent crackdown in Vietnam on social media, but many users undeterred

The police in communist-led Vietnam have been cracking down especially hard on free expression over social media for the past few months.

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lundi 4 septembre 2017

Vietnam aims to design and launch satellite

Scientists believe that Vietnam should master remote-sensing satellite technology as it will have to buy geostationary telecommunication satellites for dozens of years more.

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samedi 2 septembre 2017

Vietnam says violations found at Central Bank in war on graft

Vietnam has found faults with the central State Bank of Vietnam, including poor supervision of credit organizations and inefficiency in preventing corruption, the government said on Saturday.

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Vietnam wants to make Its own cars

Vietnam wants to design and make cars for its 90 million motorbike and scooter riders.

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vendredi 1 septembre 2017

Myanmar and Vietnam take their relations to the next level

The relations between Myanmar and Vietnam were forged during hard times. That helps explain why their friendship and cooperation are very solid.

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Vietnam : Why clever students don't become ace employees ?

Every Tuesday evening strangers trickle into the Carthage Global office in Ho Chi Minh City. They're there to mingle, but they're also there to help the consulting company inject a little more ingenuity into its staff.

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Despite strains, Vietnam and China forge closer economic ties

Tensions are high on the South China Sea as Vietnam faces off against China over their overlapping maritime claims.

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Corruption de banquiers : les contours d'un procès très attendu au Vietnam

A Hanoï vient de s’ouvrir l’un des plus grands procès dans le secteur bancaire de l’histoire du Vietnam. Quelque 51 banquiers au total sont accusés de corruption et de mauvaise gestion.

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jeudi 31 août 2017

India-Vietnam point potent projectile at China

New Delhi may have quietly delivered its BrahMos supersonic missile system to Hanoi, a weapon that would tilt power dynamics and spike tensions in the South China Sea

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