Tensions between Rugby Australia and New Zealand Rugby have been high since the Kiwis released a blueprint last month for a radical shake-up of the southern hemisphere competition in response to the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about ‘D-Day’s coming’: Australia set Kiwis Super Rugby shake-up deadline
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The key industrial products are produced by enterprises based in HCM City. They account for 54 per cent of the value of the entire industry, meeting domestic and foreign market demand, and can replace and compete with imported products. These are products that have added value, high labour productivity, innovative designs and preeminence; they are produced under advanced quality management systems and advanced and environmentally friendly technologies. They meet domestic and foreign market demands, have the ability to replace and compete with imported products and do not violate intellectual property rights laws. In addition to fulfilling the general criteria, these products also meet specific requirements of each industry and are proposed by industry associations. … [Read more...] about Dept of Industry and Trade to continue support of enterprises: HCM City official
Quarantine employees at work at the Noi Bai International Airport. Vietnam Airlines and Vietjet will operate seven flights to transport stranded tourists in Danang City to Hanoi and HCMC – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – Vietnam Airlines and Vietjet will operate seven flights to transport tourists stranded in Danang, the coronavirus hotspot, back to Hanoi and HCMC on August 13 and 14. … [Read more...] about Danang set to arrange seven flights to take tourists back to Hanoi, HCMC
Concluding the journey, reaching Cam Ranh military seaport on April 21, 1992, he convened the mission for a meeting to collect ideas and drew lessons from the field trip. With the information from the ideas and lessons learnt, Lieutenant General Le Kha Phieu requested functional agencies to implement policies on political and ideological education, personnel, as well as to improve material and spiritual lives for troops stationed on the Truong Sa Islands. The policies, which have been supplemented and modified several times, were then gradually completed, contributing significantly to motivating and encouraging troops to fulfill tasks on far-off islands. … [Read more...] about Memory of a trip to Truong Sa with the late Party chief
A recent conference on world food security pointed out the demand for more women in the STEM sector. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics. Female access to the same physical and economic resources as men, they claimed, could raise farm output by as much as 10 to 20 percent - undeniably important with the Mekong’s uncertain future food output. … [Read more...] about Women and flowers: Happy Vietnamese Women’s Day!