Approximately 100 tonnes of Vietnam’s ST25 rice has hit the shelves of Japanese supermarket chain in order to serve both Japanese consumers and Vietnamese nationals residing and studying in the Far East country. Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Vu Hong Nam (left) and President of Tokyo Financial Group at the event to promote Vietnam's ST25 rice The presence of ST25 rice in the Japanese market is part of trade promotion activities aimed at boosting the export of high-quality Vietnamese rice to demanding markets throughout the world. Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Vu Hong Nam pointed out that, despite the nation being the world’s largest rice producer, Vietnamese rice exporters are required to meet the 600 stringent technical standards to penetrate the Japanese market. The Vietnamese diplomat assessed that the introduction of Vietnamese rice in the fasdious market has been a great success for both local manufacturers and businesses. Watanabe Hisanobu, … [Read more...] about High-quality Vietnamese rice ST25 goes on sale in Japanese market
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Half of the dead victims are Vietnamese sailors. At least five Vietnamese people died and seven others were injured in a chlorine gas leak from a storage tank at Aqaba Port, Jordan this week. Gas explosion at Aqaba Port, Jordan on June 27. Photo: Mathrubhumi News Screengrab The Vietnamese mission in Saudi Arabia and Jordan is requesting Jordan authorities to expedite visa procedures so that the affected people’s relatives could fly to Jordan for funerals and to bring back the remains of the victims who worked for Hong Kong-flagged Forest 6 VRUK3 vessel. The Vietnamese victims are among 13 lives claimed in an explosion that also injured some other 250 people. In the latest move, Vietnam’s Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs asked two labor companies (that sent those workers abroad) to take responsibility for the funerals and the return of remains. A huge explosion of toxic substance occurred when a crane loading chlorine tanks onto a ship in … [Read more...] about Poisonous gas leak in Jordan: Five Vietnamese die
At a meeting in London on June 30 with Kenneth Atkinson, head of the British Business Group in Vietnam (Britcham), and representatives of British groups and investment funds operating in Vietnam, Hue affirmed that the relationship between Vietnam and the U.K. is at an all-time high. He believed the U.K. will continue to elevate its role and position in terms of economy, trade and investment in Asia-Pacific, including the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Vietnam. The N.A. Chairman said two-way trade has reached 6-7 billion USD per year, but there remains huge room for the countries to boost trade. Hue expressed his hope that Britcham will further affirm its role in attracting and guiding British businesses in Vietnam, while intensifying its consultation and policy support for these firms. The Vietnamese legislature, government, ministries, agencies and localities are willing to work to improve the investment and business environment for both domestic and … [Read more...] about Vietnam seeks stronger trade, education ties with U.K.