As a leading trading country, Mexico is a founding member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), an essential institution for global economic governance. It firmly supported Viet Nam’s membership to the organisation in 2007. With its predecessor, the GATT, it has been central for the world’s trade and economic development over the past seven decades. As a cornerstone of the multilateral trading system, its proper functioning is key to give certainty in the context of increasing adversity. … [Read more...] about Mexico and Việt Nam: for an open and strong multilateral trade system
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The tuition fees offered by international schools in Vietnam are the fourth highest in Asia. This result is from a 2019 poll of 688 international schools in 27 countries and territories conducted by Expat Finder, a company providing information and support services for families moving abroad. According to the survey, Vietnam has an average annual tuition fee of $17,940 per year (about VND412.6 million), cheaper only than China, Singapore, and Hong Kong. … [Read more...] about Picking schools for your kids post-COVID-19: Keep a cool head!
The other two recoveries are a 26-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman who got back to Vietnam from Bangladesh on July 3 and were confirmed as patients three days later. … [Read more...] about Three more recover from Covid-19
Leaning against the Hon Heo mountain range, L’Alya Ninh Van Bay is a private location that co-exists with the local natural flora and fauna and puts it centre stage. Leaning back against the smooth green Hon Heo mountain range, the retreat is nestled between gentle tropical jungles and looks out on the crystal-clear turquoise ocean. … [Read more...] about L’Alya Ninh Van Bay ideal summer getaway
"We have not faced such a situation in my life before, it is really a horrible experience," said Radhika Singh, a housewife in her late 40s as she jostled to buy rice and lentils Wednesday before the lockdown started. … [Read more...] about New lockdowns ordered as India virus cases near one million