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In 2023, many foreign politicians were invited by Vietnamese leaders to experience activities that symbolize their strong relationships.
Food reviewers have opportunities to eat delicious food, earn high income, and earn the respect of restaurant owners.
Visiting Mu Cang Chai, an Australian man, who experienced local culture and traditions recently in the north, sampled bamboo worms, which he said were "amazingly delicious".
The government has made every effort to carry out reshuffling amid difficulties faced by Vietnamese enterprises with its Resolution 02.
Doan Nguyen Duc, known as Boss Duc, Tran Dinh Long and Tran Ba Duong, who started their business as a realtor and steel and automobile manufacturer, all have injected money into agriculture.
February 3, 2024 was a special day: it marked the 30th anniversary of the US’s lifting of the trade embargo against Vietnam. The historic decision paved the way for the development of the bilateral relationship between Vietnam and the US.
Vietnamese students, including those who have just begun going to school, are preparing for "international competitions".
Developing a large language model (LLM) AI in the Vietnamese language will require huge resources.
Though their outstanding loans have reached a 2-year high, securities companies have reported profit falls, while market liquidity is declining.
Y Pot Niê, 36, an E De ethnic man, stands at his booth at the eighth National Farmers Forum, taking place in Hanoi, and inviting visitors to try a cup of his coffee.
Vietnamese cuisine with its diverse, flavorful, and exquisite features has made its way to gourmets around the world in recent years, this popularity is attributable to a generation of talented and dedicated chefs.
Vietnam has pursued bamboo diplomacy for several decades that proves effective in keeping the country steadfast and resilience amid global headwinds and in raising its profile in international arena.
Eating and reviewing food is a new career in Vietnam. Active and prestigious food reviewers can earn tens of millions of dong a month.
A draft plan on implementing the eighth national power development plan (Plan 8) sets restrictions on the capacity of waste-to-electricity plants nationwide.