Dr. Tran Dinh Thien, Associate Professor, Director of Vietnam Institute of Economics, made the statement at the opening ceremony of the Autumn Economic Forum held yesterday in the southern city of Vung Tau. Dr Thien also pointed out some paradoxes in the Vietnamese economy such as local banks having large amounts of money, while many enterprises complain about accessing capital. “Many outstanding problems relating to land disputes, lax management at state-owned enterprises or risks to the banking system, etc. are bringing more difficulties to the economy and people’s lives,” he said, while proposing solutions including setting out a long range development plan, removing quotas for provincial GDP growth, and providing more assistance to enterprises. National Assembly Deputy Tran Du Lich from HCM City also agreed with Dr Thien, saying that it was necessary to lower corporate income tax and help firms access credit. Dr Nguyen Dinh Cung, Deputy Director of the … [Read more...] about Forum discusses the problems facing Vietnam’s economy
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“It might be a while until I get to experience the real New York,” Patel allowed. “But that means I get to gradually see everything come back to life [and] experience what really makes New York so special. I have a lot of compassion for New York even though I’ve never been and I know it’s the people, their energy, and the special community that makes it unique. Now, I get to participate in rebuilding it. That’s pretty special to me. Like being part of history of a city I’ve always admired, you know?” … [Read more...] about Not Everyone Is Fleeing New York City. These People Can’t Wait to Move In.
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Just across the border in the Condesa neighborhood is Veguisima, which attracts a bit of everyone but where locals and tourists order very differently. Two of the most popular items are gigantic burritos stuffed with your choice of goodness (popular with Mexicans), and brightly colored quinoa bowls topped with pumpkin seeds, curried chickpeas, and fresh sprouts (popular with tourists). Can’t make up your mind? Go with the enchiladas divorciadas. This “divorced” enchilada trio is stuffed with three different fillings and topped with both the red and green salsas. Fillings vary daily and could include spiced fava beans, sweet teriyaki cabbage, tangy carrot tinga (shredded chicken with onions), or vegan chicharron (pork skin). Veguisima’s chefs flex their creativity with the daily “Inspiration” meal, which could be sweet and sour meatballs, lasagna, or a pulled jackfruit sandwich. Regardless of what you order for your meal, be sure to try the … [Read more...] about Mexico City Is a Vegan Dream, From Gold Taco to Por Siempre Vegano
The city has been on lockdown since March as the virus spread rapidly and the hospital and health care workers were tested. Over 20,000 people have died and 200,000 been infected. The city still does not have quite enough hospital beds available (it needs 30%) or contact tracers in place under state guidelines but Governor Cuomo said it most likely would in a week’s time. It would allow for non-essential stores like clothing, furniture and electronics, to open for curbside pickup and a resumption of non-essential construction and manufacturing. … [Read more...] about New York City To Start Phased Reopening June 8, Governor Andrew Cuomo Says
'The last thing I want is for anyone to feel sorry for me. I know I am an incredibly blessed person but thought I owed you guys some sincerity. I also thought if I wrote it down and confessed it all, I would be more conscious of it and actually hold myself accountable to change,' the beauty continued. … [Read more...] about Whitney Port looks sporty chic on a solo walk around her Studio City neighborhood