The Hanoitimes - Within the framework of the activities of Vietnam`s high-level delegation to the 71st Session of the UN General Assembly in New York Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Binh Minh yesterday received US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh received US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken At the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh exchange measures to implement the results of the visit to Vietnam by US President Barrack Obama, particularly in the field of development cooperation (trade and investment, education and health, humanitarian, science and technology), politics and security-defense. The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that the two sides should continue to strengthen exchanges and dialogue at all levels, particularly further promoting the cooperation of mutual interest on all three levels of bilateral, regional and global levels, while minimizing the differences between the two … [Read more...] about Vietnam, the US exchanged to promote solving East Sea issue
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On a steamy May morning in Ballari, a former British military outpost in southern India, the handful of workers still employed at Bachal Lal Varma’s jeans-washing factory sit on the dusty street outside with nothing to do. Though their shift began more than an hour ago, they can’t start work until a water tanker shows up. A well that normally supplies Varma’s business is almost parched, making it necessary for him to spend 5,000 rupees ($74) a day—more than three times his daily profit—to buy water and stay open. “I will try to continue as long as I have the courage,” Varma said. As he waits for monsoon rains to replenish groundwater, he holds out hope that Karnataka’s state government will soon provide a direct water supply to his factory. The distress among Ballari’s small garment-makers signals a long-term threat to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plans to turn India into the world’s next big manufacturing powerhouse. … [Read more...] about India needs water before it can become the world’s next factory
They are senior executives at multinational companies. They have wide experience in building an organization or a team with a strong desire to win. The winning culture is an important foundation for talented people to get accelerated in their career. For many business leaders, one of the most read books about leadership is Dr Shelly Leanne’s "Leadership the Barack Obama Way", first published in the United States in 2010. This 400-page book has three parts, two of which discuss how to build a winning culture – a critical foundation to make a lively President of the United States during 8 years. The author wrote that one of Barack Obama’s keys to success is his ability to encourage and inspire the young people and to build a strong team to work together with him. Nowadays, building a winning team is no longer an unfamiliar term in the development strategy of multinational companies and it has become the guiding principle for talents with an ambition to grow and develop … [Read more...] about How to build a winning culture?
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam and China are both WTO members, they are neighbors, they have developing economies and they have the need of trade exchange. There is no reason for Vietnamese businesses to keep away from this market while Chinese businesses enter narrow alleys in Vietnam. That is the wise direction that is supported by many people.Identifying China as trade partnerFinding a sustainable path for Vietnam-China trade However, first of all, Vietnamese businesses should firstly look on their own to adjust themselves and to have appropriate policies. Dr. Nguyen Thi Dung, Vice Chair of the Foreign Economics Faculty of the University of Foreign Trade, an expert of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JAICA): We were supposed to have trade agreements with them for a long time. So far, the legal basis for trade relations between the two countries have not fully developed due to production goes faster than the demand of switching mechanisms and policies, resulted in … [Read more...] about Vietnamese businesses must know how to “play” with China
The Coca-Cola Company plans to seek approval under China's antitrust law for its US$2.5 billion bid for top domestic juice maker Huiyuan, the final obstacle to what would be the largest foreign takeover of a local firm. Bottles of Huiyuan Juice for sale at a supermarket in Chengdu, in China's southwestern province of Sichuan. … [Read more...] about Coca-Cola bid for Huiyuan to test Chinese antitrust law