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CPV chief urges HCM City to achieve stronger growth

Hanoi (VNA) – General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong has urged Ho Chi Minh City to be proactive in gaining support and assistance from other sectors for its stronger growth. He was addressing a meeting between the Politburo and the HCM City Party Committee’s Standing Board on October 19 to review the five-year implementation of ... Read More »

Vietnam targets final berth at AFF Futsal Championship

Vietnam has set a goal of making the final of the AFF Futsal Championship – HDBank Cup 2017, scheduled to take place at Phu Tho Gymnasium in Ho Chi Minh City, from October 26 to November 3. Vietnam’s futsal team have left for a friendly tournament in China, which is considered a warm-up for their 2017 AFF Futsal Championship campaign. ... Read More »

Volvo Hong Kong to Vietnam Race 2017 in Nha Trang

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam gave Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa Province permission to organize an international yacht race. The competition called Volvo Hong Kong to Vietnam Race 2017 will take place in the central coastal city of Nha Trang from October 18-25. The race is expected to draw around 180 foreign contestants from Great Britain, Italy, China, Russia, ... Read More »

Vietfood & Beverage-Propack expo to open in Hanoi

There will be more than 200 pavilions of exhibitors from 11 countries and territories, including the Republic of Korea, Greece, Singapore and Denmark, as well as Bulgaria, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and India, along with China and Vietnam. Products displayed at the exhibition will include vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper) and food ... Read More »

Electricity gives a boost to Ly Son island district

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