Having been sitting in front of the venue for three hours, Vo Tien Nam shared: “This exam is like the gate to life for the children so I’m quite nervous. I hope my child is confident inside. Out here I’m like on fire, not knowing if the exam is easy or hard for my child.” … [Read more...] about Saigon parents take to the sidewalks in wait for their “small soldiers”
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High demand for corn as both food and feed has also seen an increase in corn imports to supplement domestic production in the regions. Viet Nam and Malaysia lead the region in corn imports, driven respectively by strong consumer demand for pork and poultry. … [Read more...] about Bayer, XAG tie up to bring digital farming technologies to small farmers in Southeast Asia, Pakistan
“After four years of negotiations with banks, Vinalines’s total debt decreased from 67.5 trillion VND (2.9 billion USD) in 2013 to more than 20 trillion VND (860 million USD) in 2018, and cumulative losses contracted from more than 23 trillion VND (989 million USD) to about 3.2 trillion VND (137.6 million VND) during the period. The group began to generate profits from business and owners’ equity increased remarkably from over minus 8.7 trillion VND (374.1 million USD) in 2013 to nearly 8 trillion VND (344 million USD) at present,” he said./. … [Read more...] about Vinalines thrives thanks to restructuring
"I think we are teetering on the balance of a pandemic, in the next week or two we're likely to see it pop up in lots places and if it's on several different continents then we'd be approaching a pandemic." … [Read more...] about Analysis: How close are we to a pandemic?
Aus4Reform is built on the reform momentum achieved through previous Australian-supported programmes, including “Beyond WTO” and “Restructuring for a more Competitive Vietnam”. It assists the development and implementation of economic policies, laws and institutions critical to helping Vietnam’s economy meet its potential. … [Read more...] about Women-led businesses on the rise