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dimanche 12 janvier 2020

Deadly clash highlights Vietnam’s land dispute challenge

The incident was just the latest flare up in a simmering dispute, and it spotlights a wider problem.

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samedi 11 janvier 2020

Vietnam prepares for ‘four pillars’ elections

Vietnam is scheduled to hold two elections in 2021, the 13th Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) election and the 14th national general election in January and May respectively.

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Battle lines drawn for Vietnam’s future leadership

Lame duck and ailing leader Nguyen Phu Trong may lack the political clout to anoint his preferred successor

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Police officers killed in clash with protesters in Vietnam

Three police officers and one protester killed after demonstrators attacked authorities near Hanoi.

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Vietnam bars offer drinkers a ride home

Bars in Vietnam have come up with a creative way to get patrons home safely since tough new drink-driving laws came in over the New Year.

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mercredi 8 janvier 2020

Policing Vietnam : how Australia could help

Men comprise 90% of the country’s police, and a common complaint is male officers pay scant attention to women’s issues.

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lundi 6 janvier 2020

Brokerages hope for more capital in stock market

Việt Nam’s stock market is expected to lure more foreign capital in 2020, according to brokerages.

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Vietnam in deals to buy Laos electricity from 2021

Vietnam’s electricity firm EVN has signed five new deals to buy electricity from Laos starting from next year, the state-run company said.

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dimanche 5 janvier 2020

Vietnam becoming a destination of choice for expat retirees

While the cost of living is rising in countries around the globe, many retirees are looking far away from home for places they can afford to retire both happily and healthily.

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Binh Dinh airport in south-central Vietnam welcomes first int'l flight

Phu Cat Airport in the south-central Vietnamese province of Binh Dinh on Saturday welcomed 144 Korean passengers on a Bamboo Airways flight departed from South Korea, marking the commencement of the airport’s international air service.

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Vietnam’s year in review and outlook for 2020

Vietnam’s 2019 was a remarkable year for its economic growth amid a global slowdown. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth remained robust at about seven percent (the highest in Southeast Asia) with inflation stable at four percent.

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The 1979 Sino-Vietnam war was the crucible that forged China's new military

A big loss leads to needed reforms.

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vendredi 3 janvier 2020

Vietnam takes caution against suspected SARS epidemic in China

Vietnamese health authorities have announced they are keeping themselves updated on reports of patients contracting viral pneumonia in a central Chinese province, which many speculate could be linked to SARS, a flu-like virus that killed hundreds of people a decade ago.

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International visitors to Vietnam hit record high in 2019

Vietnam welcomed a record number of international arrivals in 2019, reaching over 18 million, up 16.2 percent against 2018, according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism on Friday.

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First landing tank ship puts Vietnam’s naval capabilities into focus

The reported first highlighted an aspect of Hanoi’s broader ongoing effort to develop its military.

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Downside risks abound for Vietnam’s 2020 economy

Despite strong growth planners would be ill-advised to lose sight of needed reforms and divestments

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mercredi 1 janvier 2020

Vietnam enters 2020 with confidence

The year 2019 has just come to a close with a complex and unpredictable international situation. Global economic and trade growth slowed while strategic competition and trade tensions intensified between major powers.

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mardi 31 décembre 2019

‘Walk Run Cha Cha,’ short documentary winner of O.C.’s Viet Film Fest, earns spot in Oscar shortlist

It’s a bustling weeknight at Lai Lai Ballroom & Studio in Alhambra. The disco lights flicker over couples scattered across the dance floor, and the speakers blast Mandarin-language pop.

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Exploring spectacular caves in a quiet corner of Vietnam

Phong Nha has become one of Vietnam’s premier adventure tourism destinations. Can it continue to succeed by staying small ?

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lundi 30 décembre 2019

The next China ? Vietnam looks good only on paper

A young labor force, a real estate boom, a politically stable Communist-led country that can reap riches through exports and a friendly relationship with the U.S. — many have compared Vietnam to what China was more than two decades ago. Add one more trait to this mix as we enter the 2020s: profitless prosperity.

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samedi 28 décembre 2019

Vietnam court sentences former minister to life in jail over bribery case

Nguyen Bac Son was charged alongside his then-deputy Truong Minh Tuan with receiving $3.2 million in bribes.

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jeudi 26 décembre 2019

Technology investors spurred by Vietnam's robust growth

Significant opportunities for funders of all sizes and stripes

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Americans are retiring to Vietnam, for cheap healthcare and a decent standard of living

When John Rockhold drew a low number, No. 12, in the 1971 draft lottery, his adolescence in the San Fernando Valley forever changed.

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Untangling Christmas lights: How Vietnam gains from the trade war

Christmas light shipments to the US from Vietnam have more than doubled this year, while those from China have plunged.

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mercredi 25 décembre 2019

In Vietnam, Christmas brings joy to shoppers, retailers alike

Vietnam may not be considered a Christian country. With a population topping 96 million, only seven million people are estimated to practice Christianity.

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mardi 24 décembre 2019

Vietnam’s Public Holidays in 2020

Vietnam’s public holidays are administered by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Vietnam (MOLISA).

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Why Starbucks and other international chains are way less popular than local coffee shops in Vietnam

As the world’s second largest coffee exporter, Vietnam knows its coffee. The country is famous for a thick, heavy brew sweetened with condensed milk.

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lundi 23 décembre 2019

Vietnam utility dares Mekong devastation

Inertia and the inherent tone-deafness of an authoritarian regime have set Vietnam on a course toward economic and political disaster.

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Vietnam's economy comes of age

Vietnam in Southeast Asia is one of the best growing economies in the region.

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Vietnam-linked hacking group targets Toyota, othercCompanies

APT32, or Ocean Lotus, also attacked dissidents, journalists . ‘This is kind of like a mini China story,’ researcher says

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