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Saigon’s Sausage King

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Heavy rains lash executive Vietnam as Typhoon Sinlaku weakens into pleasant depression

A map supposing by a National Center for Hydrometereological Forecast charted a trail Typhoon Sinlaku will take towards Vietnam’s south-central seashore on Sunday  Article source: Read More »


Hanoi Urban Flea Market in Dec 2014 Sun 07 Dec 2014, 9 am HERO Bar 42M Yen Phu, Hanoi Hanoi Urban Flea Market – a quite-young-yet-had-some-popularity flea marketplace in a Westlake district as good as Hanoi’s expat village and youngsters. This time, in respect of a imperishable holiday spirit, we’ve come to confirm to enhance a marketplace in both peculiarity ... Read More »

Hai Phong stays among tip FDI appealing destinations

Hai Phong city remained one of a many appealing destinations for foreign investors with 406 current projects valued during 9,887 million USD so far, according to a city comparison official. The city attracted investors from 25 countries and territories, with most projects focusing on attention and high technology, pronounced Vice Chairman of the metropolitan People’s Committee Dan Duc Hiep. Notably, ... Read More »

Canada penetrating to strengthen ties with ASEAN

Canada is one of a oldest discourse partners of ASEAN and a dual sides are also pivotal mercantile partner of any other, pronounced Susan Gregson, Assistant Deputy Minister, Asia-Pacific, Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development of Canada. At a operative lunch with ambassadors of ASEAN countries in Ottawa on Nov 28, Gregson affirmed that over a past years, Canada ... Read More »

Japan turns to VN as China work replacement

VietNamNet Bridge – The series of Vietnamese guest workers going to Japan has increasing neatly in new years as supply from China, a categorical provider for long, has dusty up. Statistics from a Viet Nam Association of Manpower Supply uncover that as of Oct some-more than 16,280 workers had left to Japan this year, a initial time ever a series ... Read More »

Port operators’ equitisation attracts unfamiliar investors

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese seaports are attracting some-more seductiveness from unfamiliar investors following a Government’s preference to sell bigger State stakes in these companies. Goods are installed onto a boat during Hai Phong Port. The country’s seaports have captivated seductiveness from unfamiliar investors looking to buy shares during rival prices.  More than 90 per cent of Nha Trang Port Company’s ... Read More »