In the list of 154 models subject to registration fee adjustment under Decision No.452/QD-BTC effective from April 3 on adjusting registration fees for automobiles and motorbikes, registration fees for passenger cars or cars with less than nine seats were 12 per cent in eight provinces and cities (Hanoi, Quang Ninh, Haiphong, Lao Cai, Cao Bang, Lang Son, Son La, and Can Tho), while it is 11 per cent in Ha Tinh and 10 per cent in Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, and other cities. The charge is now 7.2 per cent for a pickup truck in the first group of cities/provinces, 6.6 per cent in Ha Tinh, and 6 per cent in other cities. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MAY 30
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— Deputy Foreign Minister Le Hoai Trung voiced Vietnam’s concern about the recent complicated developments in the East Sea and the stance on its legitimate rights and interests in accordance with international law and the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea during an online conference with his Chinese counterpart Luo Zhaohui on Friday. … [Read more...] about Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News — May 30
In 2013, police of H.Krong Pak District in the same province found 1,042 marijuana plants in a garden of a local woman. The grower said that she used the plant to feed pigs, fish, chickens and ducks and did not know marijuana was harmful. … [Read more...] about Chickens chowing down on sweet Mary Jane?
Digestive cancers are among the most common cancers, especially stomach cancer and colon cancer. Patients with these cancers might have no symptoms or mistake them for other problems related to their digestive system such as digestive disorders. … [Read more...] about Hospital to provide free check-ups for digestive cancers
As both countries gradually reopen their economies, the conference and its business matching session provided a platform for Vietnamese firms and US importers to learn about each other’s needs and capacity, seek deals, and promote trade in the “new normal”. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam, US promote footwear trade post-pandemic