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vendredi 20 octobre 2017

UK anti-slavery drive must stop victims before they leave Vietnam

Britain’s funding boost to stop people being trafficked from Vietnam and enslaved in brothels, nail bars and cannabis farms must prioritize people most at risk of falling into the hands of traffickers, anti-slavery charities said on Thursday.

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mardi 20 décembre 2016

UK condemned for deporting survivors of trafficking back to Vietnam

Activists say British authorities are failing to identify and protect victims who have been trafficked to the UK as slaves, many of them children

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dimanche 26 juin 2016

Brexit to leave no immediate impact on Vietnam’s stocks, trade ties with UK

Vietnam’s stock market reacted immediately to Britain's vote to leave the European Union, but industry insiders believe immediate Brexit impacts on the market as well as the bilateral trade ties between the two countries are unlikely.

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dimanche 2 août 2015

David Cameron clearly sees Vietnam as a regime he can do business with

The PM is in Vietnam to get Britain access to the fastest growing middle class in south-east Asia, but there’s a wider diplomatic game afoot, too

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mercredi 29 juillet 2015

David Cameron in historic first British visit to Vietnam

Prime Minister to push trade, action on slavery and political reform in first visit by a UK leader to communist state

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mardi 26 mai 2015

British university opens second campus in Viet Nam

British University Vietnam (BUV) has conducted the groundbreaking ceremony on its new campus in Ecopark Township in Hung Yen Province.

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mardi 9 septembre 2014

UK Film Week offers "closer look to Scottish culture" in Vietnam this month

Scottish films will be featured at the UK Film Week in Vietnam this month, according to the British Council.

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dimanche 16 février 2014

UK warned that aid to Vietnam inadvertently supports death penalty

Charities link British funding for UN anti-heroin initiatives with executions for drug-smuggling in the country

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mardi 8 octobre 2013

Sowing the seeds of social investment in Vietnam

British council initiatives will support the British governments scheme to promote international social investment

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samedi 2 mars 2013

UK to help Vietnam keep British sex offenders away from local children

United Kingdom authorities have introduced a new initiative in Vietnam, aiming to protect the nation’s children from child sex offenders convicted in the UK who may be travelling or working overseas, according to the British Embassy in Hanoi.

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lundi 24 octobre 2011

British investments in Vietnam to surge

British diplomats have painted a bright future for trade and investment between the United Kingdom and Vietnam as major investments and commercial deals by companies from their country have started coming or are in the pipeline.

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samedi 24 septembre 2011

UK businessperson accused of paying university fees for Vietnam state banker's son

A British businessperson has appeared in court accused of conspiring to corruptly pay for the son of a high-ranking foreign official to be educated at Durham University.

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lundi 9 mai 2011

Vietnam-UK direct flights set to commence this fall

Officials from the UK and Vietnam have concluded discussions to facilitate direct flights between the two countries to take off this autumn.

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lundi 7 mars 2011

Cut to aid from Britain not to affect Vietnam, minister says

Vietnam would not be affected by Britain's decision to cut aid to the country, a Vietnamese minister said Thursday.

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mercredi 29 décembre 2010

Vietnam Agreement for Scotch Whisky

The Scotch Whisky Association has hailed a "hat-trick" of international wins in protecting Scotch whisky as a product that can only be made in Scotland, with another key decision expected early in the new year.

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mercredi 30 décembre 2009

Secret files show British PM hostile to Vietnam boat people

LONDON — Margaret Thatcher was unsympathetic to the fate of Vietnamese boat people in 1979, saying it would be "quite wrong" for them to get social housing here ahead of white Britons, secret files showed Wednesday.

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mercredi 10 septembre 2008

Britain's Prince Andrew in Vietnam for trade ties

Britain's Prince Andrew is on a five-day visit to Vietnam to celebrate 35 years of diplomatic ties between the two countries and to help promote more bilateral trade and investment.

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