Having been sitting in front of the venue for three hours, Vo Tien Nam shared: “This exam is like the gate to life for the children so I’m quite nervous. I hope my child is confident inside. Out here I’m like on fire, not knowing if the exam is easy or hard for my child.” … [Read more...] about Saigon parents take to the sidewalks in wait for their “small soldiers”
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On the other hand, due to delays in shipment of import and export activities caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, there are challenges for suppliers and traders to produce, distribute and stock goods. This will likely result in an uplift in price, which might demotivate consumer spending during the fight against the COVID-19, the company said. … [Read more...] about What effect will COVID-19 have on Vietnam’s FMCG market?
The country is to prioritise both wind and solar energy, and encourage deep investment in the sector, among others. Photo: Shutterstock Under the Politburo’s recently-enacted Resolution No.55 NQ/TW on the country’s development strategy for energy over the next 10 years and with a vision towards 2045, targets have been set for sufficient and stable supply energy with reasonable prices, as well as accelerated development of a comprehensive, competitive, and transparent energy market, and diversified ownership and business models. … [Read more...] about Energy strategy fit for private backers
Deputy PM Đam asked that the law enforcement continually updated its list of precursors, psychotropic substances and narcotic drugs in line with three United Nations treaties that constitute the international law framework of global drug control: the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961, as amended by the 1972 Protocol; the Convention on Psychotropic Substances, 1971, and the Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, 1988. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam should not become drug transit route: PM
"I think it is safer to go out than it used to be. We cannot halt hanging out for too long," said Nguyen Quang Thinh, a student at a District 10 university. He explained his friends were too bored while the university remains closed, forcing them go out for a drink on a Monday night. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese drop their guard as coronavirus maintains onslaught