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Cleaners' lives turned upside down by COVID-19

When she logged into an internal management app on her smartphone to check out after a four-hour shift, Nguyen Thi Luan was shocked to find her schedule was blank. 

Restaurant shut down for assault on tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – A restaurant in the tourist city of Da Lat, which assaulted two of its customers, has been suspended from operation, the city’s Market Management Board said on Thursday.

Swiss shut down 'fake' E-Coin in latest cryptocurrency crackdown

 Switzerland’s financial watchdog has closed down what it said was the provider of a fake cryptocurrency and is investigating around a dozen other possible fraud cases, in the latest clamp-down on the risks involving virtual money.

Vietnam shut down Laos in AFF futsal

VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam crushed Laos 13-1 in the first Group B match at the ASEAN Football Federation Futsal Championship in Bangkok, Thailand, yesterday.

Collapse of illegal tin mine kills two

 VietNamNet Bridge – Police are investigating the cause of the collapse of an illegal tin mine, which killed two miners in Lac Duong District, Lam Dong Province, the district People's Committee said.

Kindergartens shut down, parents of 1,100 children headaches

 VietNamNet Bridge – Parents of over 1,100 kindergarten children are shocked and worried after two kindergarten schools of Hoa Mai and Mua Xuan in Khuong Mai Ward in Ha Noi's Thanh Xuan District suddenly shut down last Monday without notice.

16,000 VN firms close in first two months of 2015

 More than 16,000 businesses were either dissolved or suspended operations during the first two months of this year, said the General Statistics Office.

Bear bile tourism shuts down in Ha Long

 VietNamNet Bridge – Bear bile tourism in the northern province of Quang Ninh's Ha Long City has finally been shut down, according to the non-governmental organisation Education for Nature – Viet Nam (ENV).

Hanoi focuses on abattoir hygiene

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi People's Committee Vice Chairman, Tran Xuan Viet, has called on small, private household slaughterhouses in both urban and country areas to shut down.

HCM City to close part of multi-million dollar waste treatment plant

 VietNamNet Bridge – The city authorities will close part of the $48.8 million Phuoc Hiep solid waste treatment complex in Cu Chi District because of pollution.

Hundreds of thousands of businesses disappear

 VietNamNet Bridge - Early this year, there were approximately 700,000 registered enterprises in Vietnam. Just over 400,000 of them are operating now.

Grave concerns over massive business shutdowns

 VietNamNet Bridge – Experts have voiced concerns over the health of enterprises, saying the ever-increasing number of business shutdowns cast a gloomy outlook on the economy.

Nursery schools shut down, where will children go?

Hanoi and HCM City authorities have vowed to shut down the unlicensed nurseries, or the household run classes which fail to meet the requirements on safety for babies. But this means that the children from poor families would have nowhere to go.

HCM City to shut down unsafe nurseries

 VietNamNet Bridge – The HCM City Education and Training Department will close all nurseries that fail to meet the Ministry of Education and Training's standards on ensuring safety for babies by mid-January.

Hanoi's biggest discotheque suspended

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Nexttop Discotheque in the Grand Plaza Hotel, the largest night club in the capital has been suspended for making disorder and insecurity, advertising alcohol and organizing offensive performances.

Shopping malls shut down, retail premises market experiencing slump

In the second quarter, three shopping malls closed the doors in HCM City, five brands gave back the premises, while 60 shops in Hanoi shut down. In the third quarter, two retail projects stopped operation in Hanoi.

White House orders agencies to execute plans for shutdown

 The White House Office of Management and Budget late Monday night ordered the federal agencies to begin their plans for a government shutdown, due to a lack of bipartisan funding bill.

Phu Bai international airport to close for 8 months

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam said it would temporarily shut down the Phu Bai international airport in the eight-month period, from 20/3 to 20/11 to repair the runway.

After catfish processing, it’s now sugar refineries’ turn to shut down

Sugar companies have begged for the government’s urgent interventions in terms of tax rates, sugar import quotas, trade fraud control and cross-border exports to protect domestic enterprises which are at the death point.