According to Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Đào Ngọc Dung, until now, there remains concern over the scientific basis in identifying the list of diseases or deformities associated with toxins that the third-generation descendants of revolutionary activists suffered. … [Read more...] about Contributors to nation and their families given care and support
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During his address, Vietnamese Ambassador to Venezuela Le Viet Duyen stated that the Vietnamese Government and people will always place great importance on promoting friendly relations and bilateral co-operation, especially with regard to the potentially strong sectors of the two nations. … [Read more...] about Vietnam, Venezuela seek to propel trade links forward
One interesting development is the rise of women in self-owned, independent small businesses managing to hold their own, not only in a male-dominated economic market, but also in establishing female business networks. Whether it’s an online shop, a small café or private consultancy such as accounting – their fame in being well organized and more open to negotiation and cooperative practices is spreading; as one of my female students recently commented, “Vietnamese women haggle and bargain, the men just pay whatever is asked.” … [Read more...] about Women and flowers: Happy Vietnamese Women’s Day!
Addressing nearly 60 guests and representatives of the two countries’ businesses, Vietnamese Ambassador to Venezuela Lê Viết Duyên said the Vietnamese Government and people always attach importance to enhancing the two countries’ friendship and co-operation. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam seeks to boost agricultural trade with Venezuela
Apart from this, Dang Nguyen Thanh Minh, deputy Party chief and chairman of Thu Duc District, was posted as deputy head of the HCMC government office. Minh, born in 1966, holds a master’s degree in politics and bachelor’s degrees in history and administration. … [Read more...] about HCMC trade dept gets new director