Addressing the meeting, PM Phuc lauded the health authorities and the competent agencies and localities for their efforts in the prevention and control of the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus as well as in the treatment of patients infected with Covid-19 and in bringing home Vietnamese citizens. … [Read more...] about Some provinces in Vietnam to announce end of Covid-19
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Firstly, it directly impacts agricultural trade because China is a huge agricultural export market for Vietnam, accounting for 24 per cent of Vietnam’s total exports. However, the epidemic has reduced 14 per cent of Vietnam’s export value to the country, particularly since January. By the end of January and into early February, right after the Lunar New Year, trade between the two countries was congested. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES FEB. 19
The program hopes to impact 20,000 women entrepreneurs directly and 500,000 people indirectly while also engaging with 50 policymakers and regulators to enable six policies to support women entrepreneurs and introduce ten financing solutions to the market by 2023. … [Read more...] about UN launches project to boost women’s entrepreneurship in Vietnam
At the meeting, delegates praised the ongoing implementation of the 2025 Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC 2025), with 12 out of 15 initiatives in five strategic fields -- sustainable infrastructure, digital innovation, seamless logistics, regulatory excellence, and people mobility -- already underway. … [Read more...] about Vietnam chairs year’s first meeting of ASEAN Connectivity Coordinating Committee
A teacher delivers a lesson via the Yola English center’s online platform amid a school closure due to COVID-19 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Photo: Yola Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to get the latest news about Vietnam! … [Read more...] about Language teachers bemoan extended school closure in COVID-19-hit Vietnam
Pig rearing has played a very important role in the country’s social security. That’s why right from October 2019, the MARD adopted a plan to multiply the pig herds. However, in reality, many localities already started to multiply their pig herds from July, 2019. Yet, in my opinion, by the year 2021, we will be able to have the size of our pig herd as that of the year before the African swine fever hit Vietnam. … [Read more...] about When will the pig raising restore to normal?