Around 900,000 high school seniors in the country are expected to take the two-day exam this Sunday. This exam is seen as a seminal event in the country, with success or failure having far-reaching impacts. The exams not only award a high-school certificate, but also decide admissions to universities and colleges. … [Read more...] about Vietnam to conduct high school exam in two phases amid fresh Covid-19 outbreak
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David Hutt said on Asia Times Financial that whether there is continuity or change to both US-Vietnam relations and Vietnam’s domestic politics is a matter of intrigue, but what is certain is that the country’s economy will likely again be the envy of the region in 2021. Hanoitimes … [Read more...] about How Vietnam weathers global health crisis and rises?
The ferry service had originally been scheduled for launch in April. It was then rescheduled to debut on September 2 to meet growing travel demand during the National Day holiday but continued to be delayed until October due to the country's second coronavirus outbreak. … [Read more...] about New HCMC-Vung Tau ferry service to be launched next month
After the acquisition of H.C Starck , a leading global mid-stream tungsten business, in June this year, MMC’s participation as a strategic partner is a validation of management’s transformation into a vertically integrated high-tech tungsten platform. … [Read more...] about Mitsubishi Materials invests $90 million for 10 per cent stake in Masan High-Tech Materials
Farmers have their meal at a site of a protest against the newly passed farm bills at Singhu border near Delhi, India, November 28, 2020. Photo: Reuters But many small growers worry they will be left vulnerable to big business and could eventually lose the price supports for key staples such as wheat and rice. … [Read more...] about Thousands of protesting farmers and police face-off at New Delhi border