“The Ministry of Industry and Trade, as co-chair of the TIFA Council, along with Vietnamese ministries and sectors, is willing to talk with officials at all levels of the USTR and relevant agencies, including at ministerial or working levels, in any form, to address concerns and create specific progress in outstanding problems in economic and trade relations between the two countries, in a cooperative, goodwill and constructive spirit, so that the two sides can officially end the investigations,” the ministry’s representative said. … [Read more...] about U.S. not impose tariff or sanction on Vietnam’s exports
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Hanoi (VNA) – The number of COVID-19 cases in Vietnam remains at 1,537 as no new infections were reported between 6pm on January 16 and 6pm on January 17. That includes 693 cases of domestic transmission, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control. As of January 17, 1,380 patients have recovered from the disease while the number of related fatalities is still kept at 35. Ten of those still under treatment have tested negative for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, once, another ten twice, and ten others thrice. There are 17,954 people having close contact with confirmed cases or coming from pandemic-hit regions in quarantine at present./. … [Read more...] about No new COVID-19 cases to report, tally stays unchanged on Jan. 17
The company stores about 160,000 tons of inert waste in two yards covering 32,000 square meters. Many areas of the yards are not covered, and the waste lies exposed. Leachate from the two yards is collected in a trench and the polluted water seeps into the soil. … [Read more...] about HCMC asked to clean up its waste treatment act
The statistics site worldometers.info showed that as of January 16 evening of Việt Nam time, Russia had recorded more than 3.5 million COVID-19 cases with more than 65,000 deaths. Việt Nam has more than 1,500 cases with 35 deaths. — VNS … [Read more...] about Russia to resume flights to Hà Nội
From 2021 to 2030, Việt Nam aims to clear all road traffic accident hotspots and accident-prone sites. All new roads and those under maintenance will meet road safety criteria before opening for traffic. All new national highways and provincial highways and 75 per cent of the total length of existing highways across the country meet at least Level 3 of global road safety standards. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam’s ambitious plan to reduce the number of road traffic-relating death to zero by 2045.