Tuoi Tre News briefs you on some of the leading stories published today in Vietnamese media:
— Vietnamese communities around the world have organized a number of celebrations to mark the 40th anniversary of the Liberation of South Vietnam and National Reunification (April 30, 1975).
— Vietnam and South Africa have pledged to promote bilateral links in science technology following meetings between a delegation from the Vietnamese Ministry of Science and Technology and South African scientific agencies during a recent 8-day visit of the Vietnamese delegation to the African country.
— About 70 Vietnamese nationals were living or traveling in Nepal at time of the deadly earthquake on April 25, of which 50 people have been accounted for, while the whereabouts and condition of 20 others are still unknown, according to the Vietnamese Embassy to India. Minister Consellor of the Vietnamese Embassy to India, Tran Quang Tuyen, left India for Nepal on Wednesday to continue aiding Vietnamese nationals trapped in the country.
— Five was dead while two others were seriously injured when a coach collided with a five-seat car in the central city of Da Nang on Wednesday.
— The total revenue from retail trade and services reached about US$48.5 billion in the first four months of this year, an 8.8 percent year-on-year increase, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO). The total retail sales growth, around 8 percent if inflation was excluded, in the period was higher than that recorded in 2014 (5.5 percent), in 2013 (4.6 percent) and in 2012 (6.6 percent).
— The construction on the Phu Quoc International Passenger Port, which is scheduled to complete in 2017, was kicked off on the southern island off the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang, on Wednesday. The $76.4 million facility will be built on 180 hectares in Duong Dong town, including 2.8 hectares allocated onshore for the passenger terminal and other buildings, and 176.5 hectares of water surface set to hold a wharf, a breakwater and other necessary facilities.
— Vietnamese investors can receive state subsidies of at least 20 percent of lending interest rate when borrowing money from banks to develop new or upgrade existing coach stations across the country following recently approved incentives to attract the private sector towards coach station projects.The investors will also be exempted from paying land rents for areas used to build compulsory structures such as platforms, waiting rooms, ticket offices and green spaces.
— Supermarkets and shopping malls around the country have launched many promotional programs to attract shoppers during the six-day holiday on the occasion of the Hung Kings anniversary, Liberation Day (April 30) and May Day (May 1).
— Several Norway’s top orchestral musicians and internationally famed opera artists, including Siri Torjesen, Magnus Staveland, and Cho Hae Ryong, will join the HBSO Symphony Orchestra and Choir for concerts at the Ho Chi Minh City Opera House on May 8-9, which will feature Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, which was chosen as the anthem for the European Union and to be played on the moon by a US mission as a message from humanity to other civilizations in the universe.
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