Recently, MS Westerdam, operated by Carnival Corporation’s Holland America Line, carrying 1,455 passengers and 802 crew members, was turned away by Japan, Taiwan, Guam, the Philippines, and Thailand over fears some on board may be infected by the virus. After floating at sea for nearly two weeks, the vessel was finally allowed to dock at a Cambodian port Thursday. Later, an American passenger reportedly tested positive for the virus. … [Read more...] about Can park, can’t disembark, Quang Ninh tells cruise ships from Covid-19 territories
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Trương Văn Kiệm, deputy head of the Cần Thơ Co-operative Alliance, said that under the collective farming model, farmers were supplied quality plant seeds and breeding animals, and provided cultivation techniques and disease prevention and control methods. … [Read more...] about Cần Thơ rice farmers switch to high-value crops
Hoa Binh Hydropower Dam in the eponymous province discharged water on Wednesday morning for the first time in three years following heavy downpours that left water levels nearly five meters above the limit, and raising water levels in the Red River. … [Read more...] about Current affairs: Hanoians take a dip in the Red River
On the other hand, due to delays in shipment of import and export activities caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, there are challenges for suppliers and traders to produce, distribute and stock goods. This will likely result in an uplift in price, which might demotivate consumer spending during the fight against the COVID-19, the company said. … [Read more...] about What effect will COVID-19 have on Vietnam’s FMCG market?
The EU Council will be presided over by Germany in the second half of 2020 under a chair rotation system and the country’s priority in that time, according to Reiffenstuel, will be strengthening economic relations with individual ASEAN member states. … [Read more...] about FDI inflow to Vietnam sees good year ahead