In 2016, a South Korean corporation tried to take over Visan, the Vietnam’s No 1 fresh meat processor in its plan to complete its strategy of a closed meat production and distribution chain in Vietnam. But it failed. Visan remains a Vietnamese enterprise. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese businesses struggle to protect their brands
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Fifthly, agricultural sector and related services. “The growth rate of the agricultural sector in 2019 is projected at a modest level, mainly due to difficult weather conditions. However, the expectation is that the next year would be better, taking the sector back to its growing path,” Linh said. Hanoitimes … [Read more...] about Which are the top 5 business areas in Vietnam in 2020?
Aaron David Miller, a Mideast expert with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said Kushner's team wants to "finally, basically demonstrate that they have a plan" – and to do so ahead of the US presidential election in November. … [Read more...] about Trump ignores critics, to unveil Israel-Palestinian peace plan
A vessel on a week-long fishing trip needs 1-1.5 tons of ice to preserve the catch. For each block they carry from shore to boat, a worker is paid VND 5,000 ($0.22). During peak fishing seasons, when there are many boats, a worker like Xuan carries 40-60 blocks and earns VND200,000-300,000 ($8.64-12.96) a day. … [Read more...] about Lugging ice blocks the main source of income in ‘village of widows’
-- The Ministry of Education and Training on Tuesday issued an urgent dispatch to provincial and municipal education departments, institutes, and universities, asking them to take measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus in schools, as students nationwide are poised to return from the Lunar New Year holiday break on Thursday. … [Read more...] about Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – January 29