The program regulates inspection conditions and activities conducted by Vietnamese authorities to ensure food safety measures are fully executed at facilities that raise, transport, slaughter/process and preserve Siluriformes fish and fish products, mainly tra fish, for export to the United States. … [Read more...] about Food safety control program for tra fish exports to U.S. launched
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Although there is an unsettling theme in the tale that could prove challenging for very young viewers, Ocelot’s film employs his lovingly crafted trademark style. It features the universal aspiration of good triumphing over evil and presents likeable lead characters. … [Read more...] about Award-winning European animated film “Dilili in Paris” to be screened in HCMC, Hue
According to a government-approved plan for the development of e-commerce by 2025 released on May 18, revenue from online sales of business-to-consumer e-commerce, known as B2C e-commerce, is set to grow by 25% per year to US$35 billion, accounting for 10% of total goods retail sales and service revenues. Hanoitimes … [Read more...] about Will Vietnamese e-commerce platforms Tiki and Sendo soon merge?
Online shopping platforms have become more vibrant with the interest of customers in a variety of fitness accessories. These tools are sold at prices ranging from several hundred thousand to million Vietnamese dongs. In addition, workout sessions and classes are also available online, making it easy for people to exercise at home. Many gym and fitness centers are offering online courses for their members on video clips or livestreams. … [Read more...] about Demand for home fitness equipment skyrockets
Nguyễn Hoàng Long from Hà Nội’s Hai Bà Trưng District said that after hearing about the fine of VNĐ100,000-200,000 (US$4.3-8.6) for drivers who failed to show traffic police their motorbike insurance certificates, he checked his two motorbikes’ insurance certificates and found they had expired a few years ago. … [Read more...] about Motorbike drivers unaware of compulsory insurance