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lundi 24 juin 2013

Xi Jinping seeks political solution to solve maritime dispute with Vietnam

President reiterates China's stance that conflicts in the South China Sea should be resolved by the claimants without outside involvement

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dimanche 23 juin 2013

Vietnam, China to extend oil project

HANOI—Vietnam and China have extended an agreement to jointly explore for oil and gas in the Gulf of Tonkin until 2016 and significantly expanded the area involved despite tensions between the two countries over large areas of the South China Sea they both claim.

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Chinese workers upsetting balance at central Vietnam commune

Illegal Chinese workers at a hydropower plant project in central Vietnam’s Quang Nam Province have disturbed the peace by attacking local residents.

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jeudi 11 avril 2013

US, Vietnam to develop forces against Chinese ships

The U.S. and Vietnam are cooperating to develop a fighting force that can help Vietnamese fisherman and others when they "get into trouble," Coast Guard Rear Adm. William Lee said at the annual Sea-Air-Space expo in Washington.

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lundi 8 avril 2013

China slammed for escalating East Sea tension with cruise ship plan

China has been roundly condemned for worsening East Sea tensions by announcing a plan to sail a cruise ship this month to the Hoang Sa (Paracels) Archipelago that Vietnam claims sovereignty over.

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dimanche 31 mars 2013

Nearly 720 Chinese vessels detected to have violated Vietnam’s sovereignty

In 2012, the Border Guard Command of Da Nang City discovered 717 Chinese fishing boats encroaching in Vietnam’s waters, according to a report of the Border Guard Command and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Da Nang.

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jeudi 28 février 2013

China racism case : restaurant owner removes 'racist' sign

A defiant Beijing restaurant manager refused to apologize Thursday despite removing a "racist" sign barring citizens of states in maritime disputes with China, along with dogs, following an international outcry, AFP reported.

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mardi 19 février 2013

Vietnam calls out offensive Chinese lanterns

People in northern Vietnam have pulled down Chinese lanterns after local authorities warned they had printed on them the names of administrative units that China has illegally established within Vietnamese waters.

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dimanche 17 février 2013

13 seized as 2 women-trafficking rings smashed in Vietnam

Police in the Mekong Delta province of Tay Ninh have arrested 13 people belonging to two gangs for allegedly "trafficking" 60 Vietnamese women to China.

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dimanche 10 février 2013

Lucrative smuggling of Chinese-made firecrackers into Vietnam

Prior to every Tet Lunar New Year festive season, which this year falls on February 10, hundreds of cases of firecrackers are seized by customs authorities at border gates from China, as they make their way into Vietnam.

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dimanche 20 janvier 2013

EVN forced to buy Chinese power

In 2012, in spite of many thermal power plants working at 70-80 percent of capacity, Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) had to buy power from China. EVN forced to buy Chinese power

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dimanche 23 décembre 2012

In Vietnam, anti-Chinese protesters find a new outlet - soccer

HANOI - Under the watch of plainclothes police, midfielder Nguyen Van Phuong unleashed a powerful left-foot drive into the top corner. Dissidents cheered from the sidelines. "Down with China," some shouted. Phuong pumped his fist.

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vendredi 21 décembre 2012

State secrets revealed in Vietnam

One afternoon in mid-December, Colonel Tran Dang Thanh shared his views on foreign affairs with an audience of deans and professors drawn from Hanoi's many universities. Like all Vietnamese Communist Party business, Thanh's comments were considered state secrets.

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Vietnam needs joint visa to attract Chinese tourists

HCMC – Vietnam’s tourism has proposed cooperating with Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar to develop a travel program with a joint visa for Chinese tourists in an effort to attract more tourists from China.

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vendredi 14 décembre 2012

Could Vietnam be in Play ?

If the population got restive, the suitors for primacy would be the US and China

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vendredi 7 décembre 2012

China tells Vietnam to halt oil exploration in disputed waters

BEIJING - China told Vietnam on Thursday to stop unilateral oil exploration in disputed areas of the South China Sea and not harass Chinese fishing boats, raising tensions in a protracted maritime territorial dispute with its neighbour.

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lundi 3 décembre 2012

Vietnam state oil company says Chinese boats cut cables being laid by seismic survey vessel

HANO — Vietnam’s state-owned oil and gas company accused Chinese fishing boats on Monday of sabotaging one of its seismic survey ships in the South China Sea, adding to already high tensions over Beijing’s disputed territorial claims in the waters.

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mardi 27 novembre 2012

Vietnam refuses to stamp new Chinese passport

HANOI — Vietnamese immigration officers said Tuesday they were refusing to stamp entry visas into controversial new Chinese passports which feature a map of Beijing's claim to almost all of the South China Sea.

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dimanche 25 novembre 2012

Vietnam invalidates new Chinese passports

At the Lao Cai border gate in northern Vietnam bordering China, 111 new Chinese passports containing the illegal 9-dash line have been stamped as invalid – cancelled by Vietnamese authorities as of yesterday.

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samedi 17 novembre 2012

Seafood companies deny accusation on pathogenous shrimp

Vietnamese seafood companies, while affirming that Vietnam’s shrimp does not bear viruses that may cause hazardous diseases as stated by the Chinese importers, have urged government agencies to clarify the accusation to protect Vietnam’s shrimp industry.

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Vietnamese shrimp unaffected by China ban, says VASEP

CAN THO, HCMC - China’s ban on raw shrimp imports from Vietnam will not affect Vietnamese shrimp production and export, said the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

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mercredi 14 novembre 2012

Vietnam minister : aim to reduce trade deficit with China

HANOI - Vietnam is aiming to reduce its trade deficit with China by exporting more farm produce and curbing imports of smuggled goods from its neighbor, Minister of Industry and Trade Vu Huy Hoang said Monday.

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lundi 29 octobre 2012

Power plant: VN gets bogged down in mud created by Chinese contractor

The investors of the Nong Son thermopower plant project might feel regret for their decision to let a Chinese company execute the project. Kicked off in 2008, but the project has not been completed.

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samedi 20 octobre 2012

Chinese businessmen deal wicked blows in doing trade with Vietnam

The saying “no great loss without small gain” has been modified into “No small gain without great loss”. This is the lesson learnt by Vietnamese from the deals with Chinese businessmen.

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lundi 15 octobre 2012

China prepares to take tourists to Vietnam's islands despite protest

Chinese authorities are stepping up activities to bring tourists to Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago, which China illegally occupies, despite Vietnam's protests.

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lundi 17 septembre 2012

Vietnam jails six youth for selling women to Chinese brothels

A Hanoi court Saturday awarded jail terms of up to 13 years to a group of six youths for trafficking and selling Vietnamese women to Chinese brothels.

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mardi 4 septembre 2012

Vietnam, China hold strategic defence dialogue

The third Vietnam-China strategic defence dialogue took place in Hanoi on September 3, under the chairmanship of Vietnamese Deputy Minister of National Defense, Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh, and Chinese Senior Lieutenant General Ma Xiaotian.

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vendredi 31 août 2012

Vietnam's Sino-US dilemma

In Hugh White's latest book, "The China Choice: Why America Should Share Power", the Australian professor argues that, for the sake of regional peace, the United States and China should carve up Asia between them. In particular, the US should consider ceding Indochina to China, the former defence official added.

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jeudi 23 août 2012

Cross-border Vietnam-China trade comes to a standstill

Vietnam’s exports to China across the border gates have dropped sharply since March, 2012. Meanwhile, the situation is believed to last to the end of October at least.

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Loopholes of the laws lend a hand to Chinese to rule the roost in Vietnam

Chinese businessmen have been, through different ways, doing trade illegally in Vietnam, thus causing chaos to the market and ravaging the agricultural production. This has been attributed to the loopholes existing in the Vietnamese laws.

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