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— Vietnamese-language newswire Tam Nhin (Vision), run by Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA), was suspended for three months on Thursday over its recurrent violations in the field of media publishing despite previous warnings by local authorities.
— Giant fish weighing up to 20 kilograms each were on Thursday caught by locals in Vinh Cuu District, Dong Nai Province in southern Vietnam, after the nearby Tri An Hydropower Plant closed its floodgates.
— Former chief government inspector Huynh Phong Tranh has been investigated by the Inspectorate of Vietnam’s Ministry of Home Affairs for his excessive promotion of subordinates in a brief period prior to his retirement.
— Despite receiving VND1,017 billion (US$45.4 million) in subsidy in 2016, Ho Chi Minh City buses are expected to attract only 182.3 million passengers this year, a 11.4 percent drop from 2015 figures, head of the city’s road transport authority Pham Dinh Duc said on Thursday during a working session of the municipal People’s Council.
— Several obscure practices in the bidding for buyers of thousands hectares of harvested rubber trees every year in Vietnam have been unveiled in an investigation by Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.
— U.S. Department of Commerce has widened the dumping margins for Vietnamese steel pipes from 0 – 0.38 percent to 0 – 6.27 percent for three businesses that cooperated in its investigation, while keeping the same accused dumping margins of up to 113.8 percent for the rest, Vietnam Competition Agency (VCA) said on Thursday.
— Vietnam will host the 2016 Southeast Asian Shooting Association Championship (SEASA 2016), which will attract nearly 300 shooters from Southeast Asian countries and run from November 1 to 12 in Hanoi.
— Vietnam’s under-19 soccer team on Thursday lost 0-3 to Japan in the semifinal of the 2016 AFC U-19 Championship in Bahrain, after grabbing the country’s first ever ticket to the U-20 World Cup by defeating Bahrain in the quarterfinals on Monday.
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