Developing sustainable agriculture is not new in Vietnam. In 2013, the government released Decision 899, approving a plan on restructuring agriculture which strives for added value and sustainable development. Developing sustainable agriculture is not new in Vietnam. In 2013, the government released Decision 899, approving a plan on restructuring agriculture which strives for added value and sustainable development. … [Read more...] about Has Vietnam’s sustainable agriculture developed well?
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With an aim to improve the physical and mental health, physique and living conditions of Vietnamese children, Nestlé Vietnam, through its Nestlé MILO brand, has coordinated with the Ministry of Education and Training, the Vietnam Sports Administration and the coordination board of the Comprehensive Program on the Development of Vietnamese People’s Physical Health and Physique in the 2011-2030 period to carry out the “Active Vietnam” program. … [Read more...] about Nestlé Vietnam receives PM’s certificate of merit
On behalf of the ASEAN member states, Head of Vietnam’s Permanent Mission to the UN Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy said ASEAN has been developing nicely since its inception 53 years ago, emerging from a war-torn region to a region of peace, stability, prosperity, and dynamic development. … [Read more...] about ASEAN foundation day observed abroad
However, EU’s products do not directly compete with Vietnamese goods in the same segments. The EU’s machines and equipment, while being imported to Vietnam, will support local production, thus reducing the prices of products and increasing their competitiveness. … [Read more...] about Shipments worth below 6,000 euros to EU entitled to origin self-certification
Kuala Lumpur (VNA) – The Malaysian government has allowed traders to hold unlimited cheap sales in a bid to fuel consumer spending, thereby boosting the country's economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the New Straits Times, traders in Malaysia were previously allowed to organise cheap sales four times a year, thrice stipulated by the government and another period and date chosen by business operators. The government’s new initiative now enables them to hold unlimited cheap sales without quotas. Professor Dr Yeah Kim Leng from the Sunway University Business School of Economics said such a move could spur growth and improve the country's economy, noting that the normalisation of consumer spending is crucial to the country's sustained economic recovery. It is especially important during the current COVID-19-induced downturn in reviving the domestic economy, especially in the affected industries such as hospitality, restaurant, food, retail and tourism that … [Read more...] about Malaysia promotes cheap sales to spur economic growth