The VN-Index, which is a capitalization-weighted index of all the companies listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE), closed at 945.89, down 4.84 percent for a total of 48.07 points from Wednesday. The VN30-Index, representing the 30 largest stocks in terms of capitalization, went down by 46 points, or 4.79 percent, to 920 points. The HNX-Index on the Hanoi Stock Exchange went down by 5.79 percent and the UPCoM-Index for unlisted companies slipped 3.31 percent. This means that over VND150 trillion ($6.5 billion) has been swept away from the HOSE. 300 HOSE stocks closed in the red, just 30 ended the day in green. In the VN30-Index, all blue chips fell, with the 10 top stocks dropping a total of 18 points. Serveral banks including Techcombank (TCB), Vietnam International Bank (VIB), Vietcombank (VCB) and TPBank (TPB) dropped by between 5 to 7 percent. Foreigners’ net selling on HOSE was valued at VND283.4 billion ($12.21 million) on Thursday. The drop in … [Read more...] about VN-Index drops 48 points, $6.5 billion gone
Parcel connect drop off points
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI - Inspectors of Hà Nội's Transport Department have identified 29 locations across the city where coaches usually pick or drop off passengers illegally. Of the locations, 10 locations are in Hoàn Kiếm District, one is in Đống Đa District, two are in Hoàng Mai District, three are in Cầu Giấy, three are in Nam Từ Liêm, four are in Bắc Từ Liêm and six are in Thanh Xuân District. In the first two months of this year, transport inspectors cracked down on 265 cases related to the picking and dropping of coach passengers at wrong locations. Under the Government's Decision 171/2013/NĐ-CP, dated November 2013, fines imposed for such violations range from VNĐ1 million to VNĐ2 million. In addition, those flouting the rules will have their driving licence revoked for one month. Coaches running on fixed routes are only allowed to pick or drop off passengers at departure and destination points at coach stations. Coaches that pick up passengers from wrong locations are said … [Read more...] about 29 illegal pick-up/drop-off locations identified
Acute diarrhoea cases drop off in Ha Noi (15-11-2007) HA NOI— The number of patients suffering from acute diarrhoea has tapered off in the 14 cities and provinces in the north, which have been affected over the past three weeks, Deputy Health Minister Trinh Quan Huan said. Huan was speaking at a meeting on acute diarrhoea control in Ha Noi yesterday and asked supervisory sub-committees to eliminate localities from the watch list if they had not seen any new cases in the past 15 days. He revealed that no patients had been hospitalised for acute diarrhoea in the past 24 hours in Ha Noi hospitals. As many as 562 out of total 650 patients with acute diarrhoea have been discharged from Ha Noi hospitals. Of these, 106 patients had cholera, 102 of whom have since been discharged. A report released by Ha Noi Health Department also indicated that the number of patients with acute diarrhoea hospitalised in Ha Noi had significantly fallen over the past four days. Acute diarrhoea had been … [Read more...] about Acute diarrhoea cases drop off in Ha Noi
On October 8 afternoon, the Deputy Secretary of the provincial Standing Party Committee Le Hong Phuong had a meeting with representatives of Department of Traffic and Transport, Public Passenger Transport Center along with departments, branches and sectors on building a trial project for picking up and dropping off workers in Bien Hoa city's industrial zones with subsidy from state budget of the province. The meeting view. … [Read more...] about Building trial project for picking up and dropping off workers in Bien Hoa city’s industrial zones with subsidy from state budget of the province.
Coffee quality drops off alarmingly (31-10-2006) HA NOI — Coffee quality is becoming a hot issue after a Viet Nam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) representative revealed a staggering increase in rejected product. … [Read more...] about Coffee quality drops off alarmingly