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mardi 23 avril 2019

South China Sea : Vietnam secretly building ten islands risking infuriating China

Vietnam have been building small islands in the disputed South China Sea sparking fears of potential conflict with China, it has been revealed.

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jeudi 11 avril 2019

Vietnam's top telecom to adopt 'self-developed' 5G tech

State-owned Viettel's move comes as neighbors lean toward Chinese technology

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mercredi 10 avril 2019

Vietnam wants a South China Sea dispute resolution pact with teeth, not more politics

Asean member states and China are a step closer to forming a Code of Conduct for the South China Sea after years of operating a toothless diplomatic pact that has failed to reduce tensions

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Chinese love Vietnam property for all the wrong reasons

The market for luxury apartments looks a lot like the mainland’s did 10 years ago. Investors lured by the familiar aspects should think again.

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dimanche 31 mars 2019

Vietnam arrests Chinese man with 300kg of heroin

Vietnam police have arrested a Chinese national found with a massive haul of heroin in Ho Chi Minh City, the second such bust in a week as the country cracks down on the illicit trade.

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Who wins from the China/U.S. trade war ? Vietnam.

As the trade war between China and the US rumbles on, it is worth noting who may be the likely beneficiaries.

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mardi 26 mars 2019

Public criticism pressures Vietnam to back down on new economic zones

The special zones law has been delayed until May 2019 and could be cancelled altogether, writes Tom Fawthrop

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vendredi 22 mars 2019

Vietnam protests to China over South China Sea boat sinking

Vietnam has lodged an official protest with China following the sinking of a Vietnamese fishing boat which was being chased by a Chinese maritime surveillance vessel in the disputed South China Sea, Vietnam said late on Thursday.

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jeudi 21 mars 2019

Debt and inefficiencies come with Chinese infrastructural investments in Vietnam

Hanoi's priorities include a North-South Highway with a 118 trillion đồng (US$ 5.3 billion) price tag, with less than half from China.

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jeudi 14 mars 2019

Could Vietnam have avoided the 1979 war with China ?

Vietnam’s missed opportunity to normalize relations with the US paved the way for China’s 1979 invasion.

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mercredi 13 mars 2019

Vietnam’s communist party ousts historian who criticized its China policy

A prominent Vietnamese historian who criticized his government for not doing more to challenge Beijing’s territorial claims in the South China Sea has been ousted from Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party over comments he made on Facebook.

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vendredi 8 mars 2019

South China Sea tensions at new high after Vietnamese boat rammed and sunk

China has dramatically escalated tensions in one of the most hotly disputed places on the planet, reportedly sinking a vessel.

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mercredi 6 mars 2019

Vietnam learns to live in China's shadow

Four decades on, China's 1979 border war is officially 'forgotten' in Hanoi

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dimanche 3 mars 2019

China tries to forget, but its war with Vietnam ended with a US victory. Just look at Trump

The 40th anniversary of the Sino-Vietnamese war is passing largely unnoticed in China, where all commemorative activity has been banned But Vietnam bitterly recalls the conflict that tore two ideological allies apart – and sent Hanoi into American arms

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In 1979, China and Vietnam went to war (and changed history forever)

At 5 AM on February 17, 1979, a massive artillery bombardment rippled across Vietnam’s mountainous northern border with China. Waves of soldiers from the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) swarmed towards the startled Vietnamese soldiers hunkered down in border forts, bunkers and caves.

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lundi 18 février 2019

Border war with Vietnam a lingering wound for China’s forgotten soldiers

Sunday marks the 40th anniversary of the start of the Sino-Vietnamese war but there will be no commemorations in Beijing Ex-soldiers say they just want to be acknowledged for the sacrifices they and the 7,000 who died – many of them teenagers – made for their country

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vendredi 15 février 2019

Huawei remains 'confident' of winning Vietnam 5G deals

Local CEO insists Hanoi is 'open to all' amid headwinds in Western markets

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vendredi 8 février 2019

China and Vietnam tussle

The Vietnamese Government is confronting a rising tide of public anger as its parliament debates a controversial bill to create the three new Special Economic Zones (SEZs) to develop a common platform of development between Hanoi and Beijing.

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lundi 28 janvier 2019

Cambodge : une paisible station balnéaire transformée en nouveau Macao par Pékin

Délesté de 1.500 dollars au Baccara, Dong Qiang, industriel hongkongais, quitte une salle de jeux enfumée d'un casino de Sihanoukville au Cambodge, devenue un eldorado pour joueurs et investisseurs chinois qui ambitionnent d'en faire un nouveau Macao.

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jeudi 17 janvier 2019

Vietnam frustrated by slow pace of talks on South China Sea code of conduct

Foreign Minister Pham Bình Minh says Southeast Asian countries are trying to strike a balance between competing US and Chinese interests in disputed waters Hanoi and Beijing both claim areas of South China Sea but Vietnam insists it wants to avoid conflict

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vendredi 4 janvier 2019

As trade-war-weary China sends money, old foe Vietnam is unsure whether to cheer or fear

As communications manager for a decade-old chain of boutique hotels, Phuong Hong has a close look at the latest business trend in booming Vietnam: the coming of Chinese money.

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mercredi 26 décembre 2018

Vietnam tested by multinationals seeking trade war detour to avoid US tariffs on China

It looked like a one-off case in late 2016 when The European Anti-Fraud Office determined that certain organic coated steel products that originated in China had been shipped through Vietnam to avoid anti-dumping duties.

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samedi 8 décembre 2018

Staying put: small China firms postpone plans to move to Vietnam after trade war truce

Chinese export manufacturers have seized on the weekend’s trade war truce to reconsider moving their operations to Vietnam, where the costs of relocation are high and rising.

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lundi 26 novembre 2018

Hun Sen dément l’installation d’une base navale chinoise au Cambodge

Le premier ministre cambodgien Hun Sen a démenti lundi 19 novembre qu’une base navale chinoise allait être construite au Cambodge, ajoutant que cela violerait la constitution du royaume.

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samedi 24 novembre 2018

Vietnam protests new building by Beijing in South China Sea

China’s construction of a new platform in a remote part of the disputed South China Sea is a serious violation of Vietnam’s sovereignty, its foreign ministry said on Thursday.

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Vietnam to restrict access to ‘faulty’ weather forecast app

Vietnam will restrict use of weather app Windy because it uses a Chinese name for the Hoang Sa Archipelago.

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jeudi 1 novembre 2018

How Vietnam's new leader could strengthen ties to China

Nestled in Hanoi’s leafy French Quarter, under the shadow of its neoclassical Opera House, is a tiny gallery that exclusively stocks Vietnamese propaganda art.

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mardi 30 octobre 2018

Vietnam emerges as key beneficiary of trade war

US and Chinese companies weigh Southeast Asia as new supply base

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lundi 29 octobre 2018

Chinese tourists to Vietnam surge in 10 months

Vietnam welcomed roughly 4.2 million Chinese visitors in the first 10 months of this year, or 32.6 percent of the total international arrivals, posting a year-on-year rise of 28.8 percent, the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism said on Monday.

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mardi 23 octobre 2018

Vietnam’s quandary : red or green ?

A hand-crafted map on the wall of the Vietnam Academy of Agriculture Sciences (VAAS) neatly captures the country’s strategic vulnerabilities as it emerges as a dynamic new regional player.

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