The first coronavirus cases have been announced in Denmark, Estonia and Romania Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has urged Romanians not to panic, amid reports of anxious shoppers emptying supermarket shelves and some intimidation of Asian people Two more patients have tested positive in England, bringing the number of UK cases to 15 Honved Budapest, a Hungarian football team, has temporarily suspended its Italian coach Giuseppe Sannino and his assistant Alessandro Recenti, fearing they might have had contact with Italian virus carriers In recent days Austria, Croatia, Greece, Norway, Switzerland, Georgia and North Macedonia reported their first cases, many of them people who had been to Italy What is the situation in Italy? … [Read more...] about Coronavirus in Europe: epidemic or ‘infodemic’?
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Deputy PM and FM Pham Binh Minh at the meeting This is the first time foreign ministers of ASEAN and GCC have convened a meeting since 2014 with the aim of reviewing cooperation and discussing orientations to promote relations between the two sides in the coming time, as well as regional and international issues of common concern. … [Read more...] about FM Pham Binh Minh co-chairs ASEAN-GCC ministerial meeting
The EVFTA was recently ratified by the European Parliament and is expected to create better chances for domestic seafood export enterprises, particularly those from Phu Yen province, as they seek to make inroads into foreign markets. With the agreement poised to come into effect, approximately 50 per cent of tariff lines are to be slashed to zero per cent, while the remaining tariffs are to be abolished over the course of the subsequent three to seven years. … [Read more...] about EVFTA sets strict requirements on origin traceability for seafood businesses