In Ho Chi Minh City, latest grade A and B serviced apartment projects can be attributed to Mai House, D1Mension Residences, and Republic Plaza, which in total offer more than 300 new units to the market. Other big brand names in this segment are Ascott, Frasers Hospitality, and Pan Pacific. CapitaLand’s wholly-owned lodging business unit, The Ascott Limited Ascott, has been operating in Vietnam for 25 years. … [Read more...] about Service apartment show stable development in the real estate market
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Hanoi (VNA) – All member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have recorded COVID-19 infections. In the face of the pandemic’s complex developments, Vietnam, in its capacity as ASEAN Chair in 2020, has been actively promoting the bloc’s common efforts and cooperating with partners in the fight against the disease. Promoting ASEAN’s cohesion and responsiveness As ASEAN Chair this year, Vietnam has been working closely with other members to promote the group’s readiness to respond and mitigate the outbreak’s impacts, reflecting a truly “cohesive and responsive” ASEAN. On February 14, after consulting with other ASEAN leaders, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc issued the ASEAN Chairman’s Statement on ASEAN Collective Response to the Outbreak of COVID-19, in which regional leaders highlighted the association’s priority to deal with the disease and urge the international community to support … [Read more...] about Vietnam joins hands with ASEAN battle against COVID-19
The bachelor of engineering (honours) in robotics technologies degree offered by the UK’s University of Plymouth is structured to move learners gradually from a taught-based approach in the first two years to a project-based approach in the final year to encourage and enable students to develop a self-motivated learning attitude and self-management skills such as working effectively under time and resource constraints. … [Read more...] about MDIS Partners with University of Plymouth, UK, to offer New Industry 4.0 Degree in Robotics Technology
Prof Teo says that if reported global coronavirus cases are a fair reflection of its real spread, "many countries still have a window of opportunity to really try to prepare", by ring-fencing their vulnerable or overcrowded communities and "trying to minimise anyone who has the disease interacting with communities". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Should the world worry about Singapore’s virus surge?
The city People’s Committee has requested departments and districts to work on a directive issued by the Prime Minister on facilitating creative start-ups and reducing unimportant procedures and regulations, with the aim of helping businesses approach markets more easily. … [Read more...] about Cần Thơ to simplify procedures for start-ups