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Vietnam posts US$7 billion trade surplus in 10 months

VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 27

Banking-finance industry to embrace digital transformation

 

Vietnamese boxer wins Military Games bronze

Boxer Trinh Thi Diem Kieu grabbed a bronze at the 7th World Military Games in Wuhan, China on Wednesday.

VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 21

Vietnam’s wood firms should apply technologies to increase competitiveness

 

VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 17

Yellow card pushes seafood industry developing sustainably

 

VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 16

Plastics industry confident of achieving 3.2 billion USD export target

Outrage over plan to demolish historic street art

Two wall paintings made in the early 1980s at the Bach Mai-Minh Khai crossroads in Hanoi's Hai Ba Trung District will soon be knocked down for a new road project.

Regional win expected to push Vietnam in SEA Games title defence

The national women's football team has been welcomed home as heroes after they won the ASEAN Football Championship for the third time in Thailand.

Quang Nam FC sign Brazilian defender

V.League 1 side Quang Nam have signed Brazilian defender Lucas Dos Santos Rocha to prepare for the second half of the season.

Overseas artist to present works inspired by his family’s flight

Vietnamese-French visual artist Bao Vuong will present his latest series of paintings and a performance at the exhibition Another Crossing, which will open at Manzi Art Space tomorrow.

Creating comics, a challenging task in Vietnam

Hesman, a comic book series written by Nguyen Hung Lan has come to an end after 160 episodes and 23 years.

WWF backs forest biodiversity conservation in Thua Thien-Hue

 The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has committed 3.5 million USD in financial support for forest biodiversity conservation in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue during 2012-2022.

Vietnam multiplies rare Muntjac in Truong Son Mountain Range

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will continue multiplication for a number of the Sao La, the world’s rarest wildlife were discovered at the Truong Son Mountain Range of Vietnam and Laos. 

Smart school establishment in HCMC encounters various obstacles

Several policies have been introduced lately in Vietnam, especially in HCMC, to renovate the current facilities as well as improve teaching quality in schools. However, they soon bump into difficulties, greatly disappointing the public. 

More universities granted Cambridge Int’l Level A qualification

 Four more universities in Vietnam have been recognised with a Cambridge International A Level qualification.

Biodiversity conservation promoted at Nui Chua National Park

 Comprehensive measures have been taken to preserve biodiversity at the Nui Chua National Park in the south central province of Ninh Thuan. 

Dong Nai: forest rangers work to drive away hungry elephants

 Forest rangers of Dinh Quan district in Dong Nai have been provided with equipment to monitor and drive away wild elephants that have been destroying local households’ crops since the start of this year. 

Vietnam seeks suitable environmental technologies from Japan

 The first Vietnam-Japan Environmental Week has provided the opportunity for Vietnamese environmental service providers to access suitable technologies in the field, said Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Vo Tuan Nhan.

HCM City Christian bible school starts first training programme

 The management board of the Vietnam Seventh-day Adventist Church held a ceremony to start its first academic year for a batch of students of its Christian Bible College in Ho Chi Minh City on December 17.

Vietnam hosts roundtable on climate, security in Netherlands

 A roundtable on climate change and security was held in The Hague of the Netherlands on December 4 to exchange information and assess models, measures and experience in ensuring environmental security and climate change response.