The Ministry asked the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Ministry of Industry and Trade as well as the General Department of Vietnam Customs under the Ministry of Finance to closely control food, especially frozen food, imported from Covid-19 affected countries. They have also been urged to take samples from the packaging for testing and reporting the results to the Ministry of Health. … [Read more...] about Vietnam to test food imported from Covid-19 affected countries
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#Excluding the purchase of cigarettes, milk powder (except specific products from the promotion), online game, stamp redemption items, mobile prepaid sim/mobile sim cards/value-added coupons, Octopus cards/products, Macau Pass cards/products, gift cards, prepaid cards, various tickets/tickets/stamps, plastic shopping bag charges. Also excluding payment for the following services including but not limited to: Octopus last 10 transactions printout, prepayment, Pin-On-Receipt, bill payment, donation, top up (including but not limited to Octopus, Alipay, WeChat, Tap & Go, TNG, Macau Pass, MPay and other e-wallets), fax & photocopying, battery charging and battery rental, parcel pick-up and parcel return, photo processing, locker services, Inspiration Lake activities, parking fee payment, self-service laundry. Unposted/cancelled/refund transactions, split transactions, unauthorised or fraudulent transactions are also excluded. … [Read more...] about 7-Eleven teams up with 8 popular Sanrio characters to launch a Mini Pouch Collectible Programme “Little Baubles of Joy”
Understandably, with the current economic climate, donations to the H.O.P.E animal shelter located in Pekan Nenas, Johor have reduced greatly. Daily, H.O.P.E feeds an average of 1.2 tonnes (1,200 kg) of pet food to over 3,000 dogs and 200 cats that it is currently sheltering. This works out to more than RM140,000 needed to ensure these furry friends are fed on a monthly basis; and this is on top of the RM20,000 incurred for medical expenses and miscellaneous. … [Read more...] about Shop for a Cause, Shop for H.O.P.E.
Revenue from collecting fees from businesses and individuals for use of infrastructure facilities and public services at seaport terminals for import-export activities will be used to upgrade transport infrastructure system and invest in technology and services. Activities for charitable purposes, disaster relief, disease, security and defense works will be free of charge, said the municipal Department of Transport. … [Read more...] about HCMC plans to collect infrastructure fees at seaports
Hanoi (VNA) – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has decided to provide additional 670 billion VND (29 million USD) from the central budget reserves for nine central and Central Highlands provinces to address consequences of recent storms and floods. Accordingly, Quang Ngai province will receive 150 billion VND, Quang Nam 130 billion VND, Binh Dinh and Quang Tri 70 billion VND each, and Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Thua Thien-Hue and Kon Tum 50 billion VND each. The money will be used to assist search and rescue missions; families which report their members dead or missing or their houses damaged; evacuate locals; support agricultural production; and repair infrastructure. The Vietnam Red Cross Society Central Committee announced on November 25 that it had received 100,000 USD from Lee’s Sandwiches, a US-based chain of fast-food restaurants selling Vietnamese food, to support disaster-affected people in the central region. On the day, the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) … [Read more...] about More support for localities hit by storms, floods