Chinese capital Beijing is facing a second wave of the novel coronavirus, linked to the Xinfadi wholesale market, a food distribution center in the city, promoting the local government to impose strict lockdown measures, close schools and cancel thousands of flights to contain the spread of the outbreak. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese in Beijing embrace mounting fears over new Covid-19 outbreak
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For some, the reflections are more poignant. A group of students awarded the IB Scholarship by the Renaissance International School Saigon cannot but step back a couple of years to relive a life-changing moment when they got the opportunity to broaden their horizons and achieve things they’d never have imagined at that time. … [Read more...] about IB scholarships open doors to new horizons
Los Angeles County has the most Covid-19 cases confirmed in the nation, at over 100,000 as of 30 June, according to a Johns Hopkins University count. Local health officials have warned that one in 140 residents may unknowingly have the virus - last week, that estimate was one in 400. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: What’s behind alarming new US outbreaks?
Starting with an output of 37,000 m2 of panels each day, or 20 percent of its capacity, the factory has gone on to regular operation at 60-80 percent of capacity.Phuong Nam deploys two modern European technology production lines under the supervision of foreign experts, with a maximum capacity of more than 13 million m2 of insulation panels, clean room panels and cold storage panels per year. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese firm gets set to exploit new-age construction demands
Hanoi (VNA) – From July 1, Mme. Carolyn Turk will work at the World Bank (WB) Hanoi office as its country director in Vietnam, according to the office. A British citizen, she joined the lender in 1998 and has held various positions, with her latest being the country direction of the WB in Ethiopia, South Sudan, Sudan and Eritrea. The official will shoulder the leading role in intensifying WB investment and knowledge sharing programmes with Vietnam so as to help the country achieve the goal of becoming a middle-high income state by 2045. As of June 30, 2020, the WB had provided Vietnam with more than 24.86 billion USD, including grants, credits and loans aimed to support development programmes. Over the past six months, it pledged an additional 516.67 million USD for projects in the fields of transport, urban development, university education, climate change and green growth. WB’s study and consultation programmes in Vietnam have also created a strategic source of … [Read more...] about World Bank Hanoi office has new head