The passengers included children aged under 18, the elderly, pregnant women, people with illness, workers whose visas and labour contracts expired, students without residence due to the closure of dormitories, and other people facing difficulties in the country. … [Read more...] about 350 Vietnamese people return from Japan
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It provides a learning environment for almost 9,500 students from kindergarten to Grade 12 at seven of its campuses. Run by a teaching staff of nearly 1,000 domestic and international teachers holding extensive expertise, VAS is also the school which offers the highest number of teaching periods using only English to communicate among the bilingual schools applying the same curricula. … [Read more...] about Picking schools for your kids post-COVID-19: Keep a cool head!
Private enterprises will act as capital contributors on projects under the form of public-private-partnerships (PPP) that use ODA and preferential loans as government investments; and also obtain ODA through the commercial banking system, for which the banks will take full credit risk. … [Read more...] about Vietnam considers granting private sector access to ODA
"We have not faced such a situation in my life before, it is really a horrible experience," said Radhika Singh, a housewife in her late 40s as she jostled to buy rice and lentils Wednesday before the lockdown started. … [Read more...] about New lockdowns ordered as India virus cases near one million
There are two schemes for procurement of branded products: price negotiation, and open bidding in Group 1 under Circular No.15/2019/TT-BYT dated July 2019 regulating drug tenders at public hospitals. Specifically, off-patent pharmaceuticals (OPP) with many generic drugs in replacement in Group 1 will be included in open bidding for Group 1 drugs, while OPPs failing in procurement via price negotiation will be also included in tender of Group 1. … [Read more...] about Replaced regulation to hit global drugmakers