HCM City (VNA) - HCM City authorities are helping companies access new technologies by promoting linkages between researchers and businesses, but more collaboration is needed, speakers said on May 28 at a meeting in the city. Trieu Thanh Son, deputy head of the Research Management and Cooperation Department under the HCM City Institute for Development Studies, said the city has been offering assistance to companies in registration of intellectual property rights and fostering linkages between researchers and businesses. “HCM City is now promoting the science and technology market to enable companies to adopt new technologies and increase their labour productivity.” More collaboration between academia and businesses, however, is needed so that research results can be converted into practical technology, he added. Nguyen Anh Ngoc, deputy director of HCM City Investment and Trade Promotion Centre, noted … [Read more...] about HCM City fosters linkages between academia, companies
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Frank Bochmann is seen in a photo he provided Tuoi Tre News. Saebel: Vietnam’s tourism sector has been tragically affected by the outbreak of COVID-19. Airlines, hotels, restaurants, laundry facilities, amusement parks, transport companies, tour operators, and homestay owners have all seen their business come to a standstill. The loss of revenue and livelihoods for Vietnamese employees and entrepreneurs alike in all spheres is devastating and the real effects will only be seen as savings and cash funds dry up. … [Read more...] about How should Vietnam prepare for post-pandemic tourism recovery?
Thang Long Boulevard, built in 2010 at a cost of VND7.5 trillion ($324 million), is considered the backbone of this area. A number of other new roads developed at the total cost of hundreds of millions of US dollars have also changed the face of Hanoi's western region such as To Huu, Le Trong Tan, Ring Road 3, Le Duc Tho - Xuan Phuong. … [Read more...] about Billion dollar developments spur Ha Dong growth
On account of the registration fee cut, however, many dealers say that the Honda CR-V will lose many of its advantages and even have to join a price war with domestically assembled vehicles. CR-V vehicles are now priced between VND983 million ($42,700) and VND1.1 billion ($47,500), and customers in Hanoi have to pay VND118-131 million ($5,100-5,700) registration fee, while customers only need to pay about VND60 million ($2,600) for a locally built rival Mazda CX-5 or a Hyundai, as registration fees have been cut by 50 per cent for domestically-produced cars. This shows that the future of Honda CR-V in Vietnam is uncertain as price is still a determining factor in sales in the market. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MAY 30
She recalled a quiet morning when she, her family members and neighbors were getting ready for a new working day in the paddy field. A group of South Korean soldiers then appeared out of nowhere, lining up the unsuspecting locals in the field before shooting straight at them. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese survivors of S.Korean massacres – P3: Separated sisters