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Việt Nam expects further NZ support on East Sea issue

Việt Nam appreciates New Zealand’s support for its stance on the East Sea dispute and would like it to continue, Việt Nam Fatherland Front President Trần Thanh Mẫn said on Tuesday. Meeting with Trevor Mallard, Speaker of New Zealand’s House of Representatives, in Wellington, Mẫn also called for continued support …

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HCM City hosts forum to boost capital flows from China

The Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the HCM City branch of the Bank of China organised the China-Việt Nam capital co-operation forum on Tuesday to strengthen the financial links between the two countries. The exchange and the lender signed an agreement at the event for a cross-border capital service mechanism, which …

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Ericsson appoints president of VN, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos

Ericsson has appointed Denis Brunetti as president to lead Ericsson’s business in Việt Nam, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos. Denis has been involved in the global ICT industry for 26 years, having held numerous international management roles with Ericsson across several countries, including Australia, Hong Kong, Sweden, Việt Nam and Sri …

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VN telecom providers reports positive business results

Vietnamese telecommunication companies achieved positive business results in the first 11 months of this year, according to the Ministry of Information and Communications. Hoàng Sơn, Viettel’s deputy general director, reported that the group’s revenue in November was over VNĐ20.37 trillion (US$897.4 million), while profit reached VNĐ3.36 trillion. Total revenue for …

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Hospitals unsure on payment for malpractice victims

After fatal medical error, the anguish of victims and their families often drags on because of a lack of specific regulations to determine the appropriate compensation for medical malpractice. Take, for example, a recent case in the northern province of Hòa Bình. On May 29, 18 patients underwent kidney dialysis …

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Inspection on Đà Nẵng’s projects begins

The Government Inspectorate of Việt Nam (GIV) will begin inspection on the controversial Đa Phước International Urban project, along with all investment and construction projects on the protected Sơn Trà Peninsula. The inspection will consider land use and land management practices and forest and environmental protection on the peninsula, 10km …

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Embassy requests help for Vietnamese fire victims in Russia

The Việt Nam Embassy in Russia is appealing for help for Vietnamese victims of the fire that occurred last Saturday at the Mir shopping centre on the Avenue of Victory, Orenburg City, Russia, also known as “the mall of Vietnamese”. The fire destroyed the entire 4,300sq.m shopping centre. No casualties …

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Retail petrol prices kept stable

The retail prices of RON 92 petrol and E5 bio-fuel remained unchanged at VNĐ18,580 (81 US cents) and VNĐ18,243 per litre, respectively, at 3pm on Tuesday after continuous increases in recent months. In addition, the price for oil was also kept stable at VNĐ13,617 per litre and mazut at VNĐ12,382 …

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Credit growth reaches 15.3% in 11-month period

The credit growth in November rose 2.8 per cent against the previous month, pushing the total rise in the 11 months of this year to 15.3 per cent. According to the National Financial Supervisory Commission, the government’s financial watchdog, the ratio of medium and long-term loans in the 11 months …

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