Vietnam Airlines JSC is planning to sale and leaseback two A350-900XWB aircrafts in the early of 2019. Two A350-900XWB aircrafts of Vietnam Airlines will be sold and leasebacked Vietnam Airlines JSC is planning to sale and leaseback two (02) A350-900XWB aircrafts with tentative delivery schedule in February and April 2019. If there would be of your interest, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following address: Tran Thanh Hien – Finance and Accounting Department, email: [email protected] Nguyen Quoc Hung Anh – Finance and Accounting Department, email: [email protected] By Nguyen Huong … [Read more...] about Two aircrafts of Vietnam Airlines to sale and leaseback
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A number of tourists and expats in Vietnam have shared their thoughts on traffic safety in the country following a request made by Tuoi Tre News in the wake of hundreds of driving-related causalities recorded during the Lunar New Year holiday. Anything can happen when driving in Vietnam It appears that the Vietnamese attitude towards driving is completely different than my impression on the Vietnamese attitude towards beauty, friendliness and strong family ties. In traffic it seems as if the prevailing attitude is, “me, me, me” or “ I'll do whatever I want, and you should be responsible for not hitting me, no matter what stupid, dangerous and selfish thing I do.” I feel that it is much more dangerous to drive in Vietnam than the USA and other countries in the developed world. The reason for this is that Vietnamese drivers often ignore traffic regulations and do whatever they want. This includes driving against traffic, not stopping at red lights and not … [Read more...] about How safe is it to drive in Vietnam?
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his Malaysian counterpart Najib Rajak agreed to upgrade the existing Vietnam-Malaysia comprehensive partnership to a strategic partnership level at their talks in Kuala Lumpur on August 7. At the talks, both PMs spoke highly of the development in both width and depth of the bilateral relations, and discussed how to further enhance the ties in a practical and effective manner. In terms of politics, they agreed to intensify the exchange of high-ranking delegations, expand cooperation through the Party and National Assembly channels and people-to-people exchanges, and soon design an action programme for 2015-2018 to implement contents of the strategic partnership. For defence and security, the two sides reached a consensus on the early establishment of a deputy ministerial-level defence dialogue mechanism and the signing of a memorandum of understanding on joint patrol, hotline contact, search and rescue coordination, and pirate prevention. They … [Read more...] about Bản in : Vietnam, Malaysia lift relations to strategic partnership
Da Nang’s Institute for Socio-Economic Development will receive 90 maps which contain evidence of Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes. The maps are part of a collection belonging to the president of the Institute for Vietnamese Culture and Education in the US, Tran Thang. The maps were published in many countries including Britain, German, Australia, Canada and the US from 1626 to 1980. The collection of old maps comprises of three kinds of maps: 68 maps showing that China did not have Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes; six maps indicating that those islands belonged to Vietnam; five maps of the Southeast Asian region showing that Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes are under Vietnam sovereignty. … [Read more...] about Da Nang receives 90 maps relating to Paracel and Spratly archipelagoes
In early 2016, a book street was established in downtown Ho Chi Minh City in order to encourage citizens, especially youngsters, to read. The street, located on Nguyen Van Binh Street in District 1, is meant to nurture a reading culture through various activities and highlight the value and significance of books. Some foreigners have shared their point of view on the importance of reading, as well as their personal experience to encourage their children to fall in love with books. Australian Dr. Mike Turner, chair of the Business Department at Broward College Vietnam In Australia, the government supports free libraries in each suburb (district) where children can read books or borrow them and take them home. This is a free service and children can borrow up to five books and keep them for two weeks. The libraries are stocked with books for all ages and all interests. Many children have a library card and use it to borrow books. This means that they can read as many books as they … [Read more...] about How important is it to encourage your children to read?