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Farm furnish exports to turn tough banking earner

Vietnam skeleton to obtain a year-on-year arise of 30 percent in farm and unfeeling trade value to 1 billion USD this year. Secretary General of a Fruits and Vegetables Association (Vinafruit) Nguyen Van Ky pronounced a figure is within strech as a rising global demand for plantation furnish is benefiting Vietnam ’s zone this year. ... Read More »

Vietnam requests to settle row for shrimp box with US

Vietnamese Permanent Mission to a United Nations in Geneva on Feb. 27 asked for a investiture of a row during an central assembly of the Dispute Settlement Body, directed during solution a shrimp box DS/429, in that a US side is a respondent. Countries which registered to be third parties during a assembly embody a European Union, China, Japan, Norway ... Read More »

Vietnam, Russia foster trade

Bilateral trade and investment between Vietnam and Russia have grown quick over a past years. The matter was done by Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh in a assembly of Vietnamese and Russian enterprises in Hanoi on Feb 28. The eventuality also drew the participation of Russian Ambassador to Vietnam Andrey Kovtun, Director of Russian Trade Representative ... Read More »

February acceleration adult 1.32 percent

The Feb acceleration was adult only 1.32 percent opposite a previous month, a lowest boost in a month given 2010, according to the National Financial Supervisory Committee. The cabinet attributed a boost to a diseased direct and financial factors. So distant this year, a acceleration was scarcely 2.6 percent, so it would be quite probable to keep a acceleration rate ... Read More »

Malaysia sees six-year record high investment

Malaysia captivated 162.4 billion ringgit (about 52.4 billion USD) in domestic and unfamiliar approach investment in 2012, a record high in the past 6 years in a face of tellurian mercantile downturn. The figure represented a 9.1 percent boost compared to the government’s formerly set target, Minister of International Trade and Industry Mustapa Mohamed pronounced during a rite to brief ... Read More »

ASEAN, SAARC Secretariats strengthen cooperation

A commission from a South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) led by a General Secretary Ahmed Saleem was in Indonesia for a operative revisit to a ASEAN Secretariat on Feb 27. At a accepting for a delegation, Deputy Secretary General of ASEAN for ASEAN Socio-cultural Council (ASCC) Alicia dela Rosa Bala affirmed that a confederation is essay to feature ... Read More »

Regional discussion aims to solve work disputes

A informal discussion on work disputes was hold in Hanoi on Feb. 28 by a International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Vietnam, a host Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) and a ASEAN Secretariat. This was an event for governments, employees and employers’ organisations in a segment to seek solutions for work disputes. To revoke and resolve a disputes ... Read More »

“Ghost” fish – new fashion

VietNamNet Bridge – The outlandish fish class that has a see-through physique is now a favorite of Vietnamese elaborate fish breeders. They call a fish as “ghost fish.”     The fish come from Malaysia and Indonesia. The potion fish is one of a world’s strangest fish species. The skeleton and viscera inside a fish are really pristine to see. ... Read More »

EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 1-15 (daily updated)

Screening of “Tom Boy” Fri 15 Mar 2013, 8 pm L’Espace Welcome to screening of a film “Tom boy” (French, 2011, 82′) by Céline Siamma. According to Elle magazine, “Tomboy is messed adult with surprises, and also raises a doubt about any viewer’s outlook.” Please see next for some-more information about a film and tickets. Language: French with Vietnamese subtitles. ... Read More »

Vietnam leads series of SEA students in US

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese students sojourn a 8th largest organisation now investigate in a United States, according to a Institute of International Education’s (IIE) annual Open Doors report. The report, published on Feb 22, shows that Vietnam tops a Southeast Asian segment with some-more than 15,000 of a undergraduate and connoisseur students investigate in a US. The statistics denote a ... Read More »