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Vietnam advanced to the final of the men’s football at the ongoing 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 30) in the Philippines, after beating Cambodian rivals 4-0 in the semi-final match on December 7.
HCM City attracts estimated 8 billion USD of FDI in 2019
Korean firm to develop 900-million-USD smart IP in An Giang
NCIF forecasts average annual growth of 7% in 2021-2025
Fast-growing Binh Duong appeals to local, foreign investors
G-bond issuance meets 73 percent of yearly plan
Lien Chieu Port to play key role for a sustainable Da Nang
Real estate companies in HCM City are experiencing difficulties as the market is seeing a sharp downtrend.
It has only been in development for nearly 10 years, but the traditional weaving mat from uzu trees in Tan Chau (An Giang province) is still developing well thanks to the combination of production model associated tourism.
Rice export revenue suffers from price drop
The making of dried persimmons, which is hailed as the most delicious dried fruit made in Da Lat city, Lam Dong province, requires a lot of time and sophisticated techniques.
The first-ever national forum on improving Vietnamese laborers’ skills took place Saturday amid a string of unanswered questions, especially those related to vocational training.
A court in the central city of Da Nang on Friday ruled in favour of workers whose South Korean employer failed to pay their salaries or social insurance duties for over a year.
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Three national parks and a nature reserve in Vietnam have been added to the list of ASEAN heritage parks, taking the country's number to 10.
Let’s join a boat tour along more than 200km long inside Hoa Binh Lake, visitors can be conquered by the beauty of a popular tourist destination dubbed the “Ha Long Bay on land.”
Lawmakers at a National Assembly (NA) session in Hanoi on Tuesday called for more effective measures to scrutinize asset declarations by public officials in an effort to tackle corruption.
A driver of an unlicensed taxi firm in Hanoi was made to pay a fine and had his driving licence revoked for two months after cheating a British man.