Hanoi proposes isolating arrivals from South Korea epidemic areas for 14 days The Hanoi Department of Health has proposed putting any Korean or Vietnamese nationals who arrive from the epidemic areas in the Republic of Korea (RoK) in isolation for a 14-day period. … [Read more...] about Travellers from Korea’s outbreak zones quarantined after entering VN
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The director of the South Korean Centre for Disease Control, Jung Eun-kyeong, suggested at a press briefing that "there is a possibility that the characteristics of many people sitting close together in a very confined space and holding service for more than an hour" would have led to "a few who were exposed infecting many other infectees". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why did infections shoot up South Korea?
But fruit and vegetable farming still faces many problems like small scale and scattered cultivation, inconsistent quality, impacts of climate change, poor harvest and post-harvest technologies, increasing competition in the global market and lack of linkages between businesses and farmers. … [Read more...] about Vietnam targets USD 4.5 billion from farm produce exports by 2020
Aside from the first Matsumoto Kiyoshi pharmaceutical and cosmetics store set to open its doors in HCMC in late March this year, Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd, the company that runs the Muji chain of household goods stores, had earlier announced that it will enter the Vietnamese market in 2020. … [Read more...] about Japanese retailers come to Vietnam in droves
BSA | The Software Alliance reports that over the last six months, more than 300 corporations in Viet Nam legalised all software on more than 20,000 PCs. The majority of these are based in HCM City, but corporations also legalised assets in 12 other cities and provinces including Ha Noi, Dong Nai, Binh Duong, Hai Phong, Vinh Phuc, Hung Yen, Lam Dong, An Giang, Quang Tri, Bac Ninh, Thanh Hoa and Ba Ria-Vung Tau. … [Read more...] about Hundreds of corporations in VN transition to legal software, but warns of ongoing risks: BSA