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Vietnam selects Asian Beach Games 2016 logo, mascot

VietNamNet Bridge – A trademark combined by Nguyen Phuoc Duc from Ho Chi Minh City has won a competition conceptualizing trademark and mascot for a 5th Asian Beach Games that Vietnam will horde in 2016. Duc’s pattern swayed a jury with minute V stylised sea waves and a red object using above a difference “5th ... Read More »

Project launched to support shoes businesses

A plan to assistance shoes enterprises accommodate product reserve mandate was launched in Hanoi on Sep 30. The plan is jointly run by a Leather and Shoe Research Institute, a University of Northampton in a UK and a Vietnam Leather, Footwear and Handbag Association (LEFASO), and is authorized by the European Union. It aims to boost the capacity of small- ... Read More »

Khanh Hoa develops new tourism products

The executive coastal range of Khanh Hoa’s Department of Tourism has developed a series of new tourism services in a run-up to a 6 th Asian Beach Games in 2016 in sequence to attract some-more holidaymakers to its Nha Trang city. Among those are dolphin performances at Vinpearl Land and Flyboard, a H2O jetpack that propels those fearless adequate to ... Read More »

Ha Giang plantation furnish displayed during China-Vietnam Int’l Fair

A operation of rural products done in a northern limit range of Ha Giang are being showcased during a China-Vietnam International Trade and Tourism Fair in Tianbao limit gate, Wenshan County, Yunnan province of China. The exhibits, including tea, sugar and furniture, are rarely appreciated by Chinese consumers. As partial of a 2012-2015 team-work programme between Ha Giang and Wenshan ... Read More »

Approximately 12 percent of civic girl out of work

Nearly 12 percent of immature civic residents aged 15-24 are jobless, three times some-more than in farming areas, according to a General Statistics Office’s information on a initial 9 months of this year. The survey showed that a industrial zone supposing some-more jobs as of September 1, adult by 0.7 percent from a prior month, and adult by 4.2 percent ... Read More »

Vietnamese leaders honour China on National Day

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and President Truong Tan Sang on Sep 30 sent congratulations to General Secretary of the Communist Party of China’s Central Committee and President Xi Jinping on a arise of China’s 65th National Day (October 1, 1949). The same day, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung also extended his congratulatory wishes to his Chinese reflection Li ... Read More »

Laos’ womanlike NA deputies welcomed in Hanoi

Vice Chairwoman of a National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan perceived a visiting commission from a Female National Assembly Deputies Group of Laos led by a conduct Boungong Boupha in Hanoi on Sep 30. At a meeting, Vice Chairwoman Kim Ngan spoke rarely of Laos’ successful organization of a 35th General Assembly of a ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA-35). Highlighting the ... Read More »

Hanoi rite outlines Germany’s National Day

The Vietnam-Germany Friendship Association hold a rite in Hanoi on September 30 to applaud Germany’s 24th National Day (October 3, 1990). Addressing a event, Minister of Industry and Trade Vu Huy Hoang, who is also Chairman of a association, congratulated a German friends in Vietnam on this occasion. He pronounced given a Vietnam-Germany vital partnership was established in 2011, shared ... Read More »

PM: Drastic measures indispensable to realize GDP expansion target

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung requested extreme measures be taken to achieve a sum domestic product (GDP) expansion rate of 5.8 percent this year during his final debate during a Government’s unchanging assembly on September 29-30. He forked out an array of economic problems, including diseased total demand, good bad debt, slow disbursement of investment capital, bill imbalances, and several ... Read More »

Chairman of J.P Morgan in Asia visits Vietnam

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh perceived Nicolas Aguzin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for Asia-Pacific business during J.P Morgan Chase and Co., a tellurian banking firm, in Hanoi on Sep 30. The Deputy PM spoke rarely of a firm’s financial and financial support for Vietnam to redeem a economy, generally a matter to the country’s long-term development. As Vietnam ... Read More »