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iDEA: Internet economy to be worth $15 bn by 2020

Vietnam’s internet economy was estimated to have increased in value by 30 per cent in 2018 compared to 2017, reaching…

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UN finds herpes killed millions of Iraqi carp

The sudden death last year of millions of Iraqi carp, used in the country’s signature dish, was caused by a…

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Firms urged to erase recruitment inequality

Experts have urged local firms to erase recruitment inequality during a conference addressing women and men’s equal opportunities and treatment…

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National appraisal board proposed for Long Thanh Airport Project

The Ministry of Planning and Investment has proposed to set up a national appraisal board and invite foreign consultants for…

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Locals set up fake graves to scam compensation money

Nearly 100 fake graves have been built in order to scam compensation money from Phu Bai Airport expansion project in…

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Thai court dissolves Shinawatra-linked party over princess PM bid

A key party linked to Thailand’s powerful Shinawatra clan was dissolved Thursday by a court, just weeks before a general…

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Little boy at risk of going blind from cancer

An one-year-old boy from the central highlands province of Dak Nong already lost one eye and may go completely blind…

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Two more localities hit by African swine fever

Dien Bien and Hoa Binh provinces are the latest Vietnamese areas reported to be affected by African swine fever. According…

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Vietnam Travel Fest 2019 on way

Travel Fest 2019 will introduce and sell premium vacation packages or transportation within its three-day “Best Price” program, applicable for…

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Coffee Festival 2019 on horizon

The Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival 2019 will take place on March 9 to 16 in Buon Ma Thuot city…

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Hanoi flower market busy before Women’s Day

Quang Ba, Hanoi’s biggest flower market is becoming busy before International Women’s Day on March 8. Hundreds of retail buyers…

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Vietnamese girl blows American Idol judges away

Vietnamese girl Myra Tran, auditioning for American Idol, has stunned Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan with her rendition…

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Poor woman seeks help for ailing granddaughter

An elderly and poor woman in the northern province of Vinh Phuc is calling for help for her granddaughter who…

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Ministry allows mud dumping off Vung Tau

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has approved the dumping of 14.3 million cubic metres of mud off the…

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Vietnam attends 16th ASEAN Chiefs of Defense Forces’ Meeting in Thailand

Chief of the General Staff of the VPA and Deputy Defense Minister Phan Van Giang is leading a high-ranking delegation…

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Chinese vessel sinks Vietnamese fishing boat near Paracel Islands

A fishing boat from Vietnam’s central province of Quang Ngai has been sunk by a Chinese ship near the Paracel…

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Seafood industry faces shortage of input materials

Vietnam’s seafood sector is facing a severe shortage of input material, which will affect the industry’s goal to export US$10.5…

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CNN lists top 5 dishes in Hanoi for foreign visitors

CNN has recommended five of the best dishes in Hanoi for foreign visitors to try, as the Trump-Kim Summit takes…

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What’s on March 4-10 (Daily updated)

MUSIC & PERFORMANCES Hanoi-Piano Duet with Duo Mây Mar 9, 8pmInstitut Français de Hanoi – L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street,…

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Official’s son found destroying protective forest

An illegal tourism site has been built on forested land by the son of an environment official in Quang Nam…

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Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro drivers trained in China

Thirty-seven train drivers for the Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro route in Hanoi have been sent to China for training courses…

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Hundreds of households in flood-prone area to be relocated

Thanh Hoa Province authorities are planning to relocate 359 households who live in areas that are vulnerable to flash floods…

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At least 16 killed in attack in eastern Afghanistan: provincial spokesman

At least 16 people were killed in a suicide attack early Wednesday on a construction company in eastern Afghanistan, an…

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Hai Phong urban area project under fire for lack of transparency

Deputy PM Truong Hoa Binh has asked the Government Inspectorate to look into complaints by local people about a new…

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HCM City tightens controls over junkets

HCM City authorities have instructed to tighten control over municipal official’s overseas travel using the state budget. The move was…

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Deputy PM approves project to develop Vietnam sports

 Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam recently approved a project to develop sports in Vietnam towards 2035. Long jumper Bùi…

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Van Don Economic Zone master plan adjusted

The Van Don Economic Zone (EZ) will become an economic development impetus region of Viet Nam, an international trading center…

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Climate change forces Arctic animals to shift feeding habits: study

Seals and whales in the Arctic are shifting their feeding patterns as climate change alters their habitats, and the way…

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HCM City urban railway agency seeks urgent financial aid

The Management Authority for Urban Railways (MAUR) of HCM City is seeking urgent financial support of VND39 billion (USD1.69 million)…

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Volvo unveils driverless electric bus in Singapore

Volvo and a Singapore university unveiled a driverless electric bus Tuesday that will soon undergo tests in the city-state, the…

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