+ Launching “What do you know about coronavirus?” through the VTCNow app, running live coverage of COVID-19 related events, such as press conferences of the Ministry of Health and meetings of the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control, whilst giving in-depth coverage of developments at press conferences hosted by China or the World Health Organization. Moreover, VOV’s VTCNow app has now attracted more than 10,000 followers, and the number of real-time viewers has increased to nearly 50,000 at a time when any breaking news is broadcast live. In addition, more than 175,000 people have liked this app. … [Read more...] about Promoting the media’s essential role in combating COVID-19
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Last year saw VietJet continue to retain its leading position in the nation’s domestic market with the total number of transported passengers reaching 25 million, making it among the top airlines in the Asia-Pacific region whilst enjoying a leading technical reliability rate. The airline has also been awarded the highest ranking possible in terms of aviation safety, with a seven-star rating from AirlineRatings.com. … [Read more...] about VietJet among top three best-performing companies on Vietnamese stock market
He also affirmed that the U.K. supported the maintenance of peace, security and stability in the South China Sea, known in Vietnam as the East Sea, as well as compliance with international law, including the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. … [Read more...] about UK thanks Vietnam for treating British Covid-19 patients
Your question makes me thing that what we believe is that we are building this partnership for the benefit of our people today and in for our children in the future. But to do that we still believe that we have to deal responsibly with the issues of the past and I think that is why we continued to invest such effort in things like accounting for soldiers from both sides, cleaning up dioxin Agent Orange, remediating on unexposed ordnance and treating Vietnamese with disabilities because I think that work on those legacies of the past builds trust between us and helps us do more together for the future. We can’t change our tragic past but we are committed to doing everything possible to try to overcome it and to try to make people’s lives better. … [Read more...] about The online talks between US Ambassador Daniel Kritenbrink and VietNamNet readers
According to green energy and e-vehicle news site Electrek, Japan and South Korea would be the frontrunners for such a facility as those markets already have strong talent in the automotive business, and Tesla has ties to important battery manufacturers and suppliers based in both countries. … [Read more...] about Could Vietnam be on the cards for Tesla?