Update news Southeast Asia
VietNamNet Bridge – Marks & Spencer (M&S), the iconic British retailer, has unveiled its plan to open a new flagship store at the Vincom Center Dong Khoi in Ho Chi Minh City this summer.
Media tablets continue to be in strong demand across the Southeast Asia countries in 2014 as consumers bought over 3.6 million of the popular gadget in the first four months of 2014.
According to Nielsen, the index of consumer confidence in Vietnam in the first quarter of 2014 rose slightly to 99 points, from 98 points in the last quarter of 2013. This is the highest level since the fourth quarter of 2011.
VietNamNet Bridge – In early March, China’s Gionee launched its flagship Elife E7 smartphone line in the Vietnamese market and unveiled that its S5.5 would be available in the country in June.
VietNamNet Bridge – Nearly 12,000 babies in Vietnam die each year during childbirth or within the first day, Save the Children said in a new report released yesterday.
VietNamNet Bridge - According to a global survey report on consumer confidence by Nielsen, Vietnam is the most economical country in Southeast Asia.
VietNamNet Bridge – The growth of Vietnam's stock in 2013 was over 20 percent, while that of other Southeast Asian countries declined or increased only 3-10 percent.
VietNamNet Bridge - Derived from the symbols of medieval kings in Europe, a floral emblem is a flower or plant that is chosen by a country as a symbol or emblem for that country. In each country, the meaning of national flower is different.
VietNamNet Bridge – Singaporean researcher Zhuang Wubin is a well-known critic on photography in Southeast Asia who has curated various photography exhibitions in the region.
The four Southeast Asian countries – Laos, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia – are considering issuing a 5-year ban on the transport of dogs for commercial purposes from one country to another in order to prevent the spread of rabies.
After one week for the "extra" poll, Goal.com officially announced the result of the vote for the Best player of Southeast Asia on August 1,1 and Vietnamese striker Le Cong Vinh still ranked first with 42 percent of the total votes.
VietNamNet Bridge – On the day Cong Vinh left Vietnam to Japan, he received good news: ranking first in the poll of the best players in Southeast Asia of Goal.