In some cultures, customers and service providers remain distant, both physically and in their manner of communication, but here in Vietnam the personal touch often prevails - customers want to see what they’re buying and from whom they’re buying, have a little chit chat, feel comfortable, hand over their cash, then go on their way. … [Read more...] about Innovations for a changed world amid COVID-19
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The cuts came amid bank credit growth in the first quarter of only 1.1 per cent compared to 2.28 per cent in the same period last year as many businesses scaled down or stopped operations, experts said. … [Read more...] about VN ready to be world’s factory, bus is the world?
The cuts came amid bank credit growth in the first quarter of only 1.1 per cent compared to 2.28 per cent in the same period last year as many businesses scaled down or stopped operations, experts said. … [Read more...] about VN ready to be world’s factory, but is the world?
During the crackdown, traffic police officers are allowed to patrol streets across the country 24/7 to check papers and drivers for driving under the influence. Normally, the police can only stop a vehicle if the driver has flouted some regulation, but in this campaign vehicles are pulled over randomly for checking. … [Read more...] about Traffic crackdown nets 5,200 drunk drivers in one week
To deal with the problem, the Ministry of Transport in mid-May started a long-awaited VND7 trillion ($304.35 million) package to upgrade the North-South railway network. However, it will take the railway industry about two years to finish, meaning that the technology application for infrastructure cannot proceed right away. “The upgrading will be completed in late 2021. The railway industry will face difficulties to keep the frequency and capacity of train operation during the period,” VNR chairman Vu Anh Minh told VIR. “Even completed, technology application remains a hard task because of unsynchronous and not-modern-enough infrastructure.” … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MAY 25