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lundi 14 avril 2014

Le Vietnam a libéré deux célèbres dissidents

Le Vietnam a libéré deux militants politiques célèbres, quelques jours après avoir fait de même avec un dissident de premier plan, alors que le régime communiste est sous pression internationale concernant les droits de l'Homme.

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Vietnam seeking applicants for 70 Russian atomic energy scholarships

The Vietnam International Education Development under the Ministry of Education and Training is recruiting 70 students for a training program on atomic energy in Russia.

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Vietnam struggling to handle rumors on Facebook

Authorities in Vietnam find it hard to deal with rumors and falsified information that have recently run rampant on social networks like Facebook.

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Au Vietnam, le combat des maraîchers pour produire des “légumes sains”

Au Vietnam, les scandales sanitaires, dont les médias se font l'écho chaque semaine, ont fini par alarmer la population. Tran Van Dao, un producteur de la coopérative de Van Duc, commune située à la périphérie de Hanoï et connue pour ses légumes vendus sur les marchés de la capitale, est soucieux de la qualité de ses produits.

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dimanche 13 avril 2014

Festival de Huê 2014 : le rideau s’ouvre ce soir

Plus que quelques heures avant la cérémonie d’ouverture du Festival de Huê 2014 ce soir à la Porte du Midi de l'ancienne cité royale de Huê. Tout est prêt pour neuf jours et neuf nuits de festivités pleins de surprises et d’émotions.

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Vietnam holds biennial Hue Festival 2014 to showcase heritage value

HO CHI MINH CITY - Vietnam's biennial Hue Festival 2014, which kicked off in the central city of Hue on Saturday and runs through April 20, is expected to give tourists a host of compelling art, cultural and fashion performances from Vietnam and 36 other countries and territories.

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Thun Saray : « Au Cambodge, le mécontentement grandit »

Phnom Penh - Thun Saray, 62 ans, est le fondateur et président de l'Adhoc (Ligue cambodgienne pour les droits de l'homme). Cet économiste de formation, emprisonné plusieurs années sous le régime des Khmers rouges (1975-1979), puis par Hun Sen, l'homme fort du Cambodge depuis vingt-huit ans, plaide pour une solution négociée entre pouvoir et opposition pour sortir de la crise politique actuelle.

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samedi 12 avril 2014

Vietnam releases high-profile dissident

Hanoi - One of Vietnam's most prominent dissidents, who was jailed after trying to sue the prime minister, has been freed and has left for the United States, a US official said Tuesday.

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Vietnam metro loses 200 historic buildings to development

A Vietnamese-French urban research agency has found that at least 207 heritage buildings in downtown Ho Chi Minh City have been destroyed or defaced in the last decade.

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France to host Vietnam Film Festival in July

The French coastal city of Saint Malo plans to put on a Vietnam Film Festival this summer, organisers said at an April 8 press conference in Paris.

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Vietnam Bitcoin exchange founder says acceptance inevitable

A proposed Bitcoin exchange could be illegal and faces the threat of official sanctions, but its founder says the digital currency is unstoppable like the Internet was two decades ago.

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vendredi 11 avril 2014

Vietnam's southern hub fails to clear traffic in tourist area

The chaotic traffic in Ho Chi Minh City's backpackers' area has continued unhindered by nebulous government efforts to control it.

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Le Vietnam investit 2,47 milliards de dollars en Russie

En février 2014, le Vietnam comptait 19 projets d'investissement en Russie d'un fonds total de 2,47 milliards de dollars, selon le Département de l'investissement étranger du ministère du Plan et de l'Investissement.

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jeudi 10 avril 2014

Laos should consult Mekong countries before building dam

Vietnam and Cambodia have once again asked Laos to consult with countries in the Mekong River Commission (MRC), a consultative body that works with lower basin countries - Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia - before moving forward with the potentially risky Don Sahong hydropower project.

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Philippine, Vietnamese navies to unite against China over beers and volleyball

The Philippine navy will soon return to a South China Sea island it lost to Vietnam 40 years ago to drink beer and play volleyball with Vietnamese sailors, symbolising how once-suspicious neighbours are cooperating in the face of China's assertiveness in disputed waters.

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Vietnam student initiates project to help foreign tourists

A 22-year-old student has founded a project to provide foreign visitors with free tour guides in Hanoi, hoping that it will help make the Vietnamese capital city more worth revisiting for tourists.

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Vietnam's privatization plan revs-up

Vietnam's privatization of 432 state-owned enterprises (SOEs), which accounted for 35 percent of the gross domestic product last year, has begun in response to pressure to revitalize the corrupt and inefficient state-owned sector, but the process is slow and may not be a magical cure for the economy.

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Vietnam mulls issuing VAT refunds to foreigners at more exit terminals

The Ministry of Finance is seeking government approval for a new circular to give VAT refunds to foreigners who leave Vietnam through many other airports and seaports rather than just the two largest terminals in the country as at present.

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Vietnam gropes around to develop competitive electricity market

It’ll take Vietnam 10 more years to develop a competitive electricity market. This period is too long for some Vietnamese, who are eager to enjoy competitive electricity prices.

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mercredi 9 avril 2014

Web satire fosters change in communist Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City : A critical blog post could land you in jail in communist Vietnam, but a satirical image of Cinderella which mocks the ruling elite? Likely to slip past the censors.

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As Vietnam stretches rubber output, risk of price war grows

After years of massive expansion, tearing up forests and swallowing land in neighboring countries to create rubber plantations, Vietnam is reaping what it sowed: a swelling of output that has made it the third-largest rubber producer.

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Le Vietnam appelle l'investissement français

Lors d'un entretien lundi à Paris, le ministre vietnamien du Plan et de l'Investissement Bui Quang Vinh et le ministre français des Affaires étrangères et du Développement international Laurent Fabius sont convenus de favoriser le renforcement de la coopération entre les deux pays sur la base d'un dialogue franc et de la confiance mutuelle.

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Vietnam : libération d'un dissident de premier plan

Un dissident vietnamien de premier plan, condamné après avoir porté plainte contre le Premier ministre, a été libéré de prison et a quitté le pays pour les Etats-Unis, a indiqué mardi un responsable américain.

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mardi 8 avril 2014

Vietnam : "La persévérance apporte la fortune" (tiré du "Hi King")

Très ouvert sur l’extérieur (le taux d’ouverture est de 155 % du PIB), et à l’instar du "retournement" chinois inauguré par Deng Tsiao Ping en 1978, le Vietnam a opté en 1986 pour une politique "de renouveau" (Doi moi), s’ouvrant à l’économie de marché et aux flux internationaux du commerce et de l’investissement.

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Vietnam to further delay work permits for artists

After several delays, the Art Performing Department began to draft plans to start granting work permits for artists starting in July instead of April as expected earlier, one official has said.

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Vietnam dissident released, arrives in US

WASHINGTON - A prominent Vietnamese dissident whose father was an associate of the nation's founding president Ho Chi Minh arrived in the US on Monday after being released from prison by Vietnam, the state department said.

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lundi 7 avril 2014

Vietnam PM could pull plug on Asian Games

The country’s reputation for squander and waste loom heavily as Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung weighs whether of Vietnam will become the first Southeast Asian nation for 20 years to host the showpiece competition

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U.S.-Vietnam naval exercises begin amid SE Asian tension

Two U.S. Navy ships began six days of non-combat exercises with the Vietnamese military as the U.S. seeks to bolster its presence in Asia at a time of growing tension between China and its neighbors.

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dimanche 6 avril 2014

Bitcoin arrives in Vietnam !

On March 24th, Israel’s most reputable exchange entered the booming Vietnamese market.

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Vietnam 2.0: Dynamic tech scene grabs global attention

Vietnam’s tech community is growing fast. From the well-known game Flappy Bird and companies like VNG Corporation, to lesser known operations like GlassEgg, Vietnam is producing an increasing number of young and dynamic businesses led by a new wave of entrepreneurs.

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