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dimanche 2 février 2020

More fined in Vietnam for spreading coronavirus rumors

Six people in northern Vietnam have been fined VND12.5 million ($541) each for spreading false information about the new coronavirus.

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samedi 30 août 2014

Fake ambulances at Vietnam’s hospitals

Not all ambulances running on streets in Vietnam are legal. Many of them are fake ones.

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samedi 9 novembre 2013

Cambodia Daily pokes holes in Somaly Mam Mythos

Cambodia's celebrity anti-trafficking activist and former victim Somaly Mam's stories blown out of the water by local journo

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Most fake products in Vietnam are made in China

Fake products continue to flood Vietnamese markets and most of them are made in China and illicitly brought to Vietnam.

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lundi 4 novembre 2013

Vietnam minister warns against using psychics to find war martyrs’ remains

Minister of Defence Phung Quang Thanh has urged people not to trust psychics in their search for war martyrs’ remains, saying his ministry, the agency authorized to search, has never relied on them.

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samedi 8 décembre 2012

Shop in Sheraton Hotel sealed over 'Chinese' goods

Police in Ho Chi Minh City have sealed off a Milano - Gucci fashion shop located inside the 5-star Sheraton Saigon Hotel in downtown city and are tracking down its owner after they caught a luxury consignment of dubious items.

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vendredi 13 avril 2012

Markets : a paradise for counterfeit goods

Six out of ten market shoppers will mistakenly go home with fake or copycat products, according to a quickly-conducted survey by the Vietnamese High-Quality Product Business Association, which once again proves that markets are paradise for counterfeit goods.

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vendredi 12 août 2011

Hanoi firm caught selling pills with fake US label

A Hanoi-based company has been found to be buying food supplements from a domestic source and putting fake labels on them to purport they are imported from the US.

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