A male peacock on the rooftop of a house on Trần Quốc Thảo Street in HCM City. VNS Photo/Ngọc KhảiViet Nam News On Tuesday, residents on Trần Quốc Thảo Street in HCM City’s District 3 spotted a male peacock sitting behind a bush on the rooftop of an abandoned building. … [Read more...] about What was a peacock doing on a HCM City rooftop?
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Visitors to HCM City on Nguyễn Huệ Street in District 1. - VNS File PhotoViet Nam News HCM CITY -- Special policies are needed to help HCM City develop faster and better, thus contributing more to the country’s development, Nguyễn Thiện Nhân, secretary of HCM City’s Party Committee, has said. … [Read more...] about City needs development policies as population surges
In fact, the Government has also realised the importance of automation. Automation has become one of the four main pillars of a comprehensive plan to improve product quality and boost export value, which also includes material technology, information technology, and biotechnology. … [Read more...] about The dream to innovate
According to the Đồng Nai People’s Committee, some 15,000 residents will be affected by the Long Thành International Airport, 70 per cent of the farmers, with the others being workers at rubber plantations and those with other jobs. … [Read more...] about Govt tells Đồng Nai to do feasibility study for acquiring land for Long Thành airport
HCM City (VNS/VNA) - Seafood exporters in Vietnam are not too worried though import demand for their products has taken a hit due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), seafood exports to China by land account for around 20 percent of total value, and so the border closure has heavily impacted exports in the first quarter. VASEP forecast that in the best case, seafood exports to China in the first quarter would be 40 percent lower than in the last quarter of last year though still 10 percent higher year-on-year. If the disease persists for a long time, full-year export to China could see a 6 percent drop, it warned. But Truong Dinh Hoe, general secretary of VASEP, said the disease's impact on exports in the first few months of the year had not been too drastic, and China's seafood imports usually pick up after March or April. Doan Chi Thien, a management board member at Nam Viet Corporation, … [Read more...] about Vietnamese seafood exporters not too worried about COVID-19