The Vietnamese Covid-19 test kit was developed by scientists within a month. It is effective, affordable and fast, diagnosing suspected Covid-19 infections in just an hour. Using WHO-approved techniques, these test kits make it possible to isolate infected people and track down their contacts. Unlike other countries that rely on mass testing, in Vietnam, tests are only done on those likely to be infected. … [Read more...] about Four key measures help Vietnam control coronavirus
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The diplomat also expressed his belief that the extensive strategic partnership between the two countries will continue to develop strongly in the coming time, promising that he will always do his best to contribute to promoting the Vietnam-Japans friendship and cooperation./. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia May 30
The Hanoi Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs has requested district People's Committees to screen 1.477 million employees eligible to receive the aids, of them 840,000 are people without labor contracts and have lost their jobs. Currently, the districts keep identifying the beneficiaries in accordance with the process and procedures. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia May 29
Saebel: Local tourism can certainly offer a certain supply of customers; however, with the massive hotel expansion which we have experienced over the last few years, it is impossible to fill rooms in a profitable way. We certainly see reluctance in F&B sectors, with once crowded restaurants currently sparsely occupied. During times of emergency, people tend to lean toward frugality and the luxury of a hotel stay becomes an unnecessary expense. … [Read more...] about How should Vietnam prepare for post-pandemic tourism recovery?
Dr. Tran Dinh Thien, Associate Professor, Director of Vietnam Institute of Economics, made the statement at the opening ceremony of the Autumn Economic Forum held yesterday in the southern city of Vung Tau. Dr Thien also pointed out some paradoxes in the Vietnamese economy such as local banks having large amounts of money, while many enterprises complain about accessing capital. “Many outstanding problems relating to land disputes, lax management at state-owned enterprises or risks to the banking system, etc. are bringing more difficulties to the economy and people’s lives,” he said, while proposing solutions including setting out a long range development plan, removing quotas for provincial GDP growth, and providing more assistance to enterprises. National Assembly Deputy Tran Du Lich from HCM City also agreed with Dr Thien, saying that it was necessary to lower corporate income tax and help firms access credit. Dr Nguyen Dinh Cung, Deputy Director of the … [Read more...] about Forum discusses the problems facing Vietnam’s economy