The new yellow licence plates are meant to distinguish commercial vehicles from privately-owned ones, Photo Le Toan According to the Ministry of Public Security’s (MoPS) Circular 58/2020/TT-BCA released in June, all vehicles used for commercial purposes in Vietnam will need to change their licence plates from black-on-white to black-on-yellow. The circular officially came into effect on August 1, and all licence plates must be changed by the end of the year. … [Read more...] about Transport companies rush to deal with licence plate colour changes
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"COVID-19 has resulted in unprecedented challenges for the hospitality industry worldwide, and as the Sponsor and one of the major unitholders of EHT, UC wants to apologise to all unitholders regarding how the current situation has escalated. At the onset of the pandemic, the Sponsor did not anticipate COVID-19's path of destruction, however, now is the time to unite and work together collaboratively to navigate out of this pandemic. As one of the largest unitholders, the merits of our plan is to minimise cost, refinance the defaulted Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) debt, control unnecessary expenses, minimise dilution for all unitholders and raise enough funds to survive COVID-19. Since April, we have been sharing with EHT's advisors extensive strategies to navigate the storm and these plans have, to date, not been responded to by these advisors in a constructive or collaborative spirit. This meaningless conflict is a recipe for disaster, especially during an unprecedented … [Read more...] about Urban Commons Issues Notice of Breaches to Eagle Hospitality Trust
It will provide credit to build and improve facilities in the university, offer credit at low interest rates to students and financial services such as credit packages, credit cards and payroll accounts to staff. … [Read more...] about Shinhan Bank, Van Lang University become partners
In particular, the transaction structure through National Payment Joint Stock Company (NAPAS) system has a strong shift from ATM transactions to inter-bank switching. The proportion of ATM transactions accounted for 62% in 2018 and 42% in 2019, while the share of inter-bank payment transactions increased to 48% in 2019 from 26% in 2018. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese shoppers prefer cashless payments
Have you noticed how the public face of Vietnam is a beautiful woman in an ao dai? That the control of the country sits in the hands of women in offices everywhere who make deals, check details and arrange stuff. The whole country probably wouldn’t last a minute without all those women co-coordinating, reporting, checking, filing and documenting every male decision and action. Your ‘better half’ may be better than you think. … [Read more...] about Women and flowers: Happy Vietnamese Women’s Day!