At present, India is a major supplier of raw seafood material for Vietnam. During the nine-month period, Vietnam imported 188 million USD worth of seafood products from India, posting a year-on year increase of 26 percent and accounting for some 15 percent of the nation’s total seafood import turnover. … [Read more...] about Vietnam, India seek to promote fishery cooperation
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PANO - Senior Lieutenant General Le Van Dung, General Director of the Political General Department under the Vietnam People’s Army, from December 22 to 25 paid a working visit to Ben Tre and Tien Giang provinces, which were hit by Typhoon Durian. The Party Committees and the Military Commands of the two provinces briefed the General Director on the typhoon’s activities and the task of getting over its aftermath. Typhoon Durian inflicted serious damage on these provinces with an estimated loss of 3,630 billion VND. During that time, local governments and people in cooperation with Army forces under Military Zone 9 and Cuu Long corps took effective measures to cope with the storm as well as weathered its consequences. … [Read more...] about General Political Department visits storm-stricken provinces
Also at the meeting, a representative of the Propaganda and Training Department, under the General Department of Politics, briefed the participants on the results of cooperation and friendship of the two countries, two armies and two peoples of Vietnam and Cambodia over the past time. … [Read more...] about Veterans of 719 Command’s Political Department meet
It is important to note that this was already happening, but the trade war accelerated the process. Dustin Daugherty, head of North American Desk for Dezan Shira & Associates, said “Even prior to the start of the US-China trade war and more recently the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, Vietnam offered the most cost-competitive China alternative for general manufacturing in Asia. … [Read more...] about How US investors’ positive sentiment towards Vietnam grows stronger?
L-R: Kenny Yeo, Dr Leong Chou Ching, Steven Sim Kok Leong, K. K. Lim, Raymond TeoRecently, Frost & Sullivan held an Executive MindXchange briefing titled Cyber Wars -- The Enterprise Strikes Back at the Westin Singapore. Together with technology partners NTT Communications and NTT Security, the briefing presented the latest trends and updates on why and how organizations should and can make their workplaces cyber resilient. … [Read more...] about Cyber Wars – The Enterprise Strikes Back