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But recently the industry has faced numerous challenges as Vietnam has yet to be able to produce juveniles and the feeding requires fresh food. At the same time, the traditional wooden cages are unable to withstand stronger waves, the environment is being degraded and the market is facing a great deal of difficulty due to the heavy reliance on exporting through unofficial channels. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES MAY 24
Vietnam has in the last three decades missed many opportunities to establish a better position in the global supply chain, and it should not make the same mistake again since after this time there might not be any space left, she warned. … [Read more...] about US-led trade network could strengthen Vietnam’s place in global supply chains
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For a series on Viet Nam's growing role in APEC, she was a member of Viet Nam News’ winning team that was awarded top prize for reporting on External Relations in 2017 when she interviewed Le Luong Minh on the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and its role in presenting ASEAN as a region with rising opportunities. … [Read more...] about The fighting spirit of a graceful flower