Guidelines to attend the online AGM of shareholders are available at https://www.sacombank.com.vn/company/Pages/Huong-dan-tham-du-Dai-hoi-dong-co-dong-thuong-nien-truc-tuyen-nam-tai-chinh-2019.aspx?fbclid=IwAR0CPZrhGgOVUCmWnRlP6iFR-HowT6RRxyJNPi5p9GwSK-iarp7WBwhlNkM. — VNS … [Read more...] about Sacombank shareholders green-light online annual general meeting
Bochmann: COVID-19 has completely halted tourism activities, not only in Vietnam but pretty much the whole world. I don’t think that people outside the tourism industry completely understand how big the disruption is and how many people this affects. It’s not just hospitality workers in hotels and travel/tour operators (which number in the thousands), but also the families that rely on them to fill their rice bowls at home. For every hotel worker, travel/tour operator, there are also about four merchants, suppliers, farmers, shop owners, and drivers that rely on tourists to come to Vietnam and holiday or conduct business meetings, conferences, and exhibitions. … [Read more...] about How should Vietnam prepare for post-pandemic tourism recovery?
On account of the registration fee cut, however, many dealers say that the Honda CR-V will lose many of its advantages and even have to join a price war with domestically assembled vehicles. CR-V vehicles are now priced between VND983 million ($42,700) and VND1.1 billion ($47,500), and customers in Hanoi have to pay VND118-131 million ($5,100-5,700) registration fee, while customers only need to pay about VND60 million ($2,600) for a locally built rival Mazda CX-5 or a Hyundai, as registration fees have been cut by 50 per cent for domestically-produced cars. This shows that the future of Honda CR-V in Vietnam is uncertain as price is still a determining factor in sales in the market. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MAY 30
On May 29, at the Vietnam Telemedicine Centre for COVID-19 Outbreak Control, Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son had held a meeting with the doctors to discuss the patient's situation who is currently being treated at Cho Ray Hospital in HCM City. He has woken up from a coma, can cough harder and move his fingers. His lung condition has also improved. 40% of his lungs can work normally. However, he still needs ECMO machine and there's a risk of lung infection. Head of the Health Ministry's Department of Medical Examination and Treatment Luong Ngoc Khue expressed appreciation for the doctors for their treatment decisions. Nguyen Gia Binh, Chairman of Vietnam Association of Emergency & Poison Resuscitation said this was the hardest case they had had. The next stops will focus on lung infection and gradually removing the ECMO machine. Son also asked Cho Ray Hospital to consider expert opinions like treatment to liver and kidney function. Vietnam-Germany Hospital will … [Read more...] about British pilot with SARS-CoV-2 depends less on ECMO machine
On the same day, the Health and Sports Ministry of Myanmar lifted the restriction of gathering of five or more persons under certain conditions. It also announced removing the restriction on four out of 10 townships in Yangon which have been put under the government's stay-at-home orders./. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia May 30