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vendredi 6 juin 2014

Taiwan seeks compensation from Vietnam after anti-China riot

Taiwanese companies are seeking cash compensation and interest-free loans from Vietnam’s government after hundreds of factories were damaged last month in violent anti-China protests in the Southeast Asian nation.

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mercredi 1 janvier 2014

Vietnam Airlines : une quatrième route vers Vientiane

La compagnie aérienne Vietnam Airlines inaugure le mois prochain une nouvelle liaison entre Vinh et Vientiane, sa quatrième route vers la capitale laotienne après celles au départ de Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh Ville et Phnom Penh.

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jeudi 7 novembre 2013

Vietnam objects to Taiwan building wharf on Ba Binh Island

Vietnam demands that Taiwan stop illegal construction on Ba Binh island, part of theTruong Sa (Spratly) archipelago, over which Vietnam has irrefutable sovereignty.

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dimanche 27 octobre 2013

How Taiwanese businesses make price transferring in Vietnam ?

In Vietnam, one kilo of Oolong tea is priced at VND2-3 million, or over $100. Meanwhile, Taiwanese invested businesses in Vietnam export Oolong tea to the holding companies in Taiwan at $4 per kilo only.

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dimanche 13 janvier 2013

Vietnam not opposed to joint resource development in disputed waters

Hanoi - Vietnam is not against the idea of cooperating on exploring and developing resources in disputed waters, a spokesman for Vietnam's foreign ministry said Thursday.

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vendredi 4 janvier 2013

Vietnam ocean rights draw Taiwan protest

TAIPEI - Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) yesterday issued a strong protest against a newly adopted Vietnamese law that lays claim to two disputed island chains in the South China Sea, a MOFA official said yesterday.

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jeudi 23 août 2012

Face aux protestations du Viêt-nam, Taiwan réitère sa souveraineté sur l’île de Taiping, dans les Spratley

Le ministère des Affaires étrangères a réitéré au Viêt-nam, hier, la revendication de souveraineté de Taipei sur l’île de Taiping, la principale de l’archipel des Spartley située en mer de Chine méridionale. La déclaration intervient après que les médias vietnamiens ont qualifié les manœuvres militaires que compte conduire Taiwan dans la zone de violation de la souveraineté du Viêt-nam sur l’île.

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mardi 1 mai 2012

Responding to provocations from Vietnam

Taiwan claims sovereignty over two archipelagoes in the South China Sea. They are the Spratlys and Pratas, with troops being stationed on an island of each archipelago. The Spratly Island where some 100 Coast Guardsmen are deployed is known as Taiping Island, or “Peace Island,” though it isn’t quite peaceful any more.

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mercredi 19 octobre 2011

Vietnamese woman cuts off Taiwan husband's penis

A woman cut off her husband's penis with a pair of scissors and threw the severed member into a river in revenge for his affair with another woman and his physical abuse, police in Taiwan said Sunday.

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mardi 6 septembre 2011

Vietnam detains Chinese, Taiwanese in fraud case

Hanoi - Police in southern Vietnam have detained 62 people on suspicion of impersonating officials to steal millions of dollars, authorities said Tuesday.

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samedi 25 juin 2011

Vietnam worker 'killed in strike' at Taiwanese firm

A Vietnamese worker was killed and six others seriously injured on Thursday when they were struck by a company truck during a labour dispute at a Taiwanese firm, reports said.

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vendredi 13 mai 2011

Taiwan protests to Vietnam over visa name

TAIPEI - Taiwan lodged a protest with Vietnam on Wednesday for labelling the island a Chinese province in some official documents.

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mercredi 27 avril 2011

Vietnamese workers end strike after Taiwan company hikes wages

Hanoi - About 1,300 employees at a Taiwan-owned footwear factory in northern Vietnam returned to work Wednesday after the company agreed to increase their monthly salary.

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mercredi 28 juillet 2010

Vietnam arrests 99 from Taiwan, China for fraud

Vietnamese police have arrested 99 people from China and Taiwan for international phone and Internet fraud that allegedly led to millions of dollars in losses, state radio reported Wednesday.

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mardi 29 décembre 2009

New direct flight of Taipei – Da Nang launched

The first direct flight of Taipei – Da Nang of Taiwan-based TransAsia Airlines successfully landed on Da Nang International Airport on December 26, 2009, marking the beginning of a new 2.5-hour direct airline route.

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mardi 20 octobre 2009

Vietnam caretakers treated like slave laborers

TAIPEI - Five foreign caretakers yesterday revealed abusive working conditions and harrowing treatment by their employer in Taipei County prompting human rights group to point to potential people trafficking-related violations, local media reported yesterday.

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mercredi 16 septembre 2009

Vietnam to have largest deep-water port in southeastern Asia

China's leading industry group Formosa Plastics has planned to build one of the largest deep water ports of southeastern Asia in Vietnam, AFP news provider yesterday quoted an unknown official.

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mercredi 6 août 2008

Taiwanese enterprises in Vietnam plagued by labor strikes

TAIPEI -Many Taiwanese enterprises in Vietnam are striving to cope with the thorny problem of labor strike, as Vietnamese laborers suspended their works seeking better pays, in order to compensate soaring commodity prices.

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