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Creative teacher inspires students to learn history

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 17 (updated hourly)

National Assembly enters last working day of 10th sitting

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 16 (updated hourly)

Storm Vamco wreaks havoc in central localities

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 15 (updated hourly)

Hoan Kiem Lake to host displays of local, foreign cultures

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 14 (updated hourly)

ASEAN 2020: Dialogue and cooperation for regional peace, stability, security

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 13 (updated hourly)

NA approves new Government officials, resolution on 2021 budget estimate

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 12 (updated hourly)

Storm Vamco hits the East Sea today

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 11 (updated hourly)

Storm Etau claims two lives in central region

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 10 (updated hourly)

Latest landslide in Quang Nam kills one

VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 9 (updated hourly)

ADB approves $2.5 million grant to support Vietnam's disaster response

Vietnam has no new COVID-19 case on Sept. 20 morning

Vietnam had no new COVID-19 cases to report on September 20 morning, keeping the national count at 1,068, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.

VIETNAM'S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 7

SCIC sells shares at Khanh Hoa Seafood Export JSC

VASEP decries taxes on semi-processed and processed seafood

Tax agencies have slapped many firms with a corporate income tax on semi-processed seafood products at 20%, while their products for exports or domestic consumption that are mainly processed, 

VIETNAM'S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 23

Experts: Night-time economy expected to boost Hanoi tourism

PM asks for parliament's approval on lower GDP growth amid virus challenges

The Government of Vietnam is asking the National Assembly to approve a revised down GDP growth, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the world’s economy. 

Expats on love, marriage and children

Marriage and children have been hot topics in Vietnam of late, thanks to the Government’s announcement that it wants people to marry before 30 and have two kids before 35, with tax breaks and other policies on offer to encourage procreation.

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MARCH 15

Industrial production grows in first quarter if COVID-19 ends: GSO

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MARCH 14

Textile and garment firm sets higher earnings targets for 2020

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MARCH 13

Shareholders’ meetings to proceed as usual, say firms