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  • Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hails ADB’s assistance

    Vietnam always sees the Asian Development Bank (ADB) one of the leading sponsors with important contributions to the country's socio-economic development, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said.

  • PE’s industrial moment may be here

    To sustain growth, Vietnam needs to build a strong industrial backbone with the help of foreign investments. Dr Per Stenius, client director at global professional services firm Reddal’s Seoul ...

  • Van Don to get 220 million USD resort complex

    Van Don, a rural district of Quang Ninh province in the northeastern region of Vietnam, may soon see a 5 trillion VND (220 million USD) resort complex.

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Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hails ADB’s assistance

Vietnam always sees the Asian Development Bank (ADB) one of the leading sponsors with important contributions to the country's ...

PE’s industrial moment may be here Vietnam ready to stay at front of Industry 4.0: Deputy Minister

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New policies take effect since September

A series of policies on safe, friendly education environment and school violence prevention and control, special mechanisms and ...

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Support local damage caused by Typhoon No. 4 and 5

The Prime Minister directed the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of supply (charge) 110 tonnes of vegetable seeds ...

Floods Mekong watershed remains high Cold air affecting North

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Van Don to get 220 million USD resort complex

Van Don, a rural district of Quang Ninh province in the northeastern region of Vietnam, may soon see a 5 trillion VND (220 ...

Vietnam concerned by shrinking FDI project capital Foreign brands stirring up a passion for fashion in Vietnam

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Hanoi's new rapid bus route showing signs of overloading: report

The buses have a capacity of 90 passengers, but some are carrying up to 115 during peak times.

Why Vietnam can’t hold back Facebook