"However, if there is an outbreak that's a huge pressure on the health system like in any other country. So, irrespective of how much you've prepared, it usually is insufficient. That's why we're already talking to them about procuring ventilators, and also other types of equipment." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why has Turkmenistan reported no cases?
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Ho Chi Minh City (VNA) — The Saigon Securities Incorporation (SSI) remained the largest broker in Vietnam in the third quarter of 2018, announced the HCM City Stock Exchange (HoSE) on October 3. The SSI was followed by the HCM City Securities (HSC), Viet Capital Securities (VCSC) and VNDirect Securities (VNDS), and MB Securities (MBS). The top five companies together accounted for 49.82 percent of the brokerage market share on the southern bourse during the period. The HoSE report showed that the Q3 market recorded positive signs following strong adjustments made in Q2. The benchmark VN Index increased by 56.35 points or 5.87 percent from Q2. The capital flow in the market also recovered, with monthly increases recorded. Trading liquidity in the quarter decreased slightly due to investors’ caution, which was resulted from previous long adjustments and the US-China trade war. Average trading liquidity rose to reach 5.376 trillion VND (231.16 billion USD) for all … [Read more...] about SSI continues leading brokerage market share
However, at the quarantine camp, he had stayed in the same room as four others who’d also been in close contact with Patients 124 and 151. On April 6, his samples were tested again, and this time, the results came back Covid-19 positive. He has been transferred to the Dong Nai Lung Hospital for treatment. … [Read more...] about Four new cases take Vietnam’s Covid-19 count to 249
Dr Nguyen Van Vinh Chau, director of the hospital, said he has run high temperatures endured respiratory failure since he caught infection on March 18. Chest X-ray images showed he has suffered from severe lunge damage, requiring intensive interventions. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: British patient in critical condition, needs ECMO therapy
Almost all German companies in Vietnam have already got a taste of how the epidemic would affect their business activities since the coronavirus broke out. They have been feeling the initial impacts, especially because of the travel restrictions (86 per cent). 59 per cent of German companies reported that coronavirus has disrupted their supply chains while 55 per cent are experiencing cancellations of contracts and 50 per cent are rescheduling new investment plans due to the outbreak of coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Despite COVID-19, German companies hell-bent on investing in Vietnam