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Top trade rural products in 11 months

Exports of pivotal rural products are estimated during US$13.7 billion in 11 months finale December. Vietnam ships 4.54 million tons of rice in 11 months heading adult to Dec 2016 to fetch US$2 billion, down 25% in volume and 20.3% in value. China is a biggest importer of Vietnamese rice in 10 months (accounting for ... Read More »

‘Wood King’ discharged from his company

Three Deputy CEOs and dual members of a Board of Management during Truong Thanh Furniture (TTF), including a company’s owner and his son, were discharged from their duties underneath a fortitude from a Board on Nov 28. Mr. Vo Truong Thanh, owner of TTF and famous as a “Wood King”, was discharged as Board member, and his son, Mr. Vo ... Read More »

Sun Group offered villas, apartments in Phu Quoc

Sun Realty Company will find buyers for apartments during Condotel Premier Residences Phu Quoc Emerald Bay and 20 sea villas on Diamond Hillside Villa during Premier Village Phu Quoc Resort. Sales offices has only been located during Hanoi Daewoo Hotel and HCM City New World Hotel. Furthermore, Sun Group will combine with Techcombank to yield financing for adult to 70 ... Read More »

Early Christmas atmosphere overwhelms HCM city

 Christmas is dual weeks to come, though Ho Chi Minh City streets have been charcterised by a discord of a atmosphere. A trade centre on Le Duan street, District 1 A lot of people group to acquire early Noel   Young girls holding photos Colourful emblem equipment for Christmas appears opposite a streets  Let’s see some-more photos about Christmas atmosphere ... Read More »

Vietnam raises fines for open urination

VietNamNet Bridge – Chairmen of communes, wards and towns can levy fines from VND1m (USD44) to VND3m for urination in open places. Those urinating in open will face fines of adult to VND3m The penalties were authorized in Resolution 155 that will reinstate Resolution 179 on executive sanctions for environmental offences and take outcome from Feb 1 subsequent year. The ... Read More »

Hanoi enters daisy season

These days, Hanoi’s streets and flower fields in obvious flower villages are filled with little pure-white daisies. In Hanoi, daisy deteriorate heralds a attainment of winter. Every November, Hanoi’s streets fill with little white daisies that shiver in a light breeze, formulating utterly a pleasing scene. Bicycles with little white daisies beautifying Hanoi’s streets. Only lush for about 3 weeks ... Read More »

Plane holding Brazilian soccer group to crater final in Colombia crashes, 71 dead

A craft holding Brazilian soccer group Chapecoense to a South American crater final crashed in Colombia after stating an electrical fault, murdering 71 people, including many of a group and concomitant journalists. Wreckage from a craft that crashed into Colombian jungle with Brazilian soccer group Chapecoense, is seen nearby Medellin, Colombia, Nov 29, 2016.  The craft slammed into a mountainside ... Read More »

Facebook users can now play Pac-Man on Messenger app

For users bending on to Facebook’s Messenger app, it’s diversion on. The amicable network on Tuesday rolled out a underline that allows users to play hugely renouned games such as Pac-Man and Space Invaders, a company’s latest try to get users spend some-more time on a messaging app. A male poses with a magnifier in front of a Facebook trademark ... Read More »

Vietnam tourism record: 25.4 percent increase in foreign arrivals

Hanoi (VNA) – More than 9 million foreigners visited Vietnam between January and November, up 25.4 percent compared to the same period in 2015, the General Statistics Office (GSO) has revealed. The 11-month record figure has already surpassed the entire year’s target of 8.5 million, the GSO said. In November alone, more than 926,000 foreigners arrived in Vietnam, 14 percent ... Read More »

Indonesia sell tightens Vietnam-Laos special solidarity

23/11/2016Society Vietnam, US encourage people-to-people friendship Article source: Read More »