Vietnam’s stock market overreact to nCoV outbreak Chair of the State Securities Commission (SSC) Tran Van Dung commented that the investors have ‘overreacted’ to the nCoV outbreak, believing that the market will recover when the epidemic peaks, as it happened with SARS and H5N1. … [Read more...] about When will Vietnam’s stock market be upgraded?
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Italian vessel Aida Vita, operated by AIDA Cruises, was scheduled to dock in Ha Long Town, home to UNESCO world heritage Ha Long Bay, last Thursday but was refused permission for its passengers to disembark due to fears they could be carrying the Covid-19. … [Read more...] about Vietnam province reprimanded for turning away cruise ship over coronavirus fears
The event was held at the Culture and Community Activities House of Szekesfehervar City in central Hungary, which is over 60 kilometers from the Hungarian capital Budapest, by the Hungary-Vietnam Friendship Association, the Vietnamese Embassy in Hungary, Szekesfehervar authorities, and the Friends of Hungarian Military and Society Association. … [Read more...] about Photos, sculptures on Vietnam displayed in Hungary
“We have the opportunity to apply advanced technologies in the processing industry, creating more eye-catching and valuable wood products,” he said. “For example, normal wood products cost US$1,400-$1,800 per square metre, but it will be up to $4,000 if we apply these technologies.” … [Read more...] about Agreement opens EU to VN timber
“After another two and a half years of professional training, my English skills were good enough to work for foreign companies. If I go to work in Europe, I only need to submit the English certificate besides the vocational education diploma,” Thịnh said. … [Read more...] about International vocational training to be extended