Operating in Vietnam for 30 years, C.P. Vietnam has eight factories producing animal and poultry feed. Located in Hanoi, Hai Duong, Binh Dinh, Binh Duong, Dong Nai, Tien Giang, Bau Xeo, and Binh Phuoc, the factories produce a total capacity of more than 5.3 million tonnes of meat per year. Three factories in Dong Nai, Ben Tre, and Can Tho produce a total capacity of 550,000 tonnes of aqua feed per year. In addition, C.P. Vietnam has two seafood processing factories in Hue and Ben Tre provinces, and four meat processing plants in Hanoi, Dong Nai, Binh Phuoc and Ho Chi Minh City. The company works with Vietnamese farmers in both livestock and aquaculture using a modern agro-industrial model combined with feed production processes heavily focused on safety. These processes cover the kinds of input materials, breeding stock, animal feed, processing, and food distribution. Every year, C.P. Vietnam delivers more than 6.8 million pigs to the market, more than 750 million eggs, and over … [Read more...] about C.P. Group ranks fourth among world’s mega producers
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Thailand forecasts huge losses caused by climate change
The drought-stricken Kwan Phayao Lake in Phayao province in northern Thailand in May 2023. (Photo: bangkokpost.com) Bangkok (VNA) – Thailand’s Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking (JSCCIB) has said drought, floods and other extreme weather exacerbated by climate change could cause damage worth 36 billion THB (1 billion USD) to the Thai economy this year. Kriengkrai Thiennukul, chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI), a key member of the JSCCIB, stressed that water scarcity caused by drought is the committee's leading concern because it could have a massive impact on both the agricultural and manufacturing sectors, hampering already sluggish exports. According to the Commerce Ministry's latest data, in the first four months of 2023 Thai exports decreased by 5.2% year-on-year to 92 billion USD, while imports fell by 2.2% to 96.5 billion USD, resulting in a trade deficit of 4.51 billion USD. drought , hoping to work with the … [Read more...] about Thailand forecasts huge losses caused by climate change
FPT Play, VFF to broadcast national teams’ matches for four years
The national football team players are training in preparation for FIFA Days this month. Their matches will be broadcast by FPT Play. (Photo courtesy of VFF) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - FPT Play and the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) have announced that they would cooperate on the broadcasting rights of all national teams' matches for the next four years. The cooperation agreement originated from a common vision in developing Vietnamese football . This event not only marked a milestone in the effort to mobilise resources for football, but also reaffirmed the role of FPT Play, a leader in the field of media rights, in contributing to the growth of the national teams. Following their comprehensive and long-term deal, all matches of the Vietnamese squads which are organised within the territory of Vietnam that VFF owns the television rights to will be produced and broadcast by FPT Play . The national leading multi-platform digital television provider under FPT Telecom will … [Read more...] about FPT Play, VFF to broadcast national teams’ matches for four years
Man City and Inter Milan set for Champions League final showdown
The match at the 75,000-seat Ataturk Olympic Stadium, kicks off at 10:00 p.m. (1900 GMT) in the Turkish metropolis and brings the curtain down on a season that has stretched almost into mid-June after the long interruption for the World Cup. City have spent the last decade chasing this trophy having been transformed following an Abu Dhabi-backed takeover in 2008. Also-rans before Sheikh Mansour arrived, they are now England's dominant force, fresh from winning a fifth Premier League title in six seasons. Guardiola, chasing the third Champions League crown of his coaching career, has built a side that is playing arguably the finest football of any team since his great Barcelona of a decade ago. Now they are through to their second Champions League final in three seasons, two years after losing to Chelsea in Porto, and are hoping to complete a treble after securing the Premier League and FA Cup. The last English team to win that treble was Alex Ferguson's Manchester United, … [Read more...] about Man City and Inter Milan set for Champions League final showdown
BAT Vietnam focuses on diversity and inclusion
Could you please share why D&I is so important? Hamzah Fazal, head of Talent, Culture & Inclusion, Vietnam Cluster at BAT D&I has evolved dramatically over the years. The world is constantly evolving, and individual identity has become critical. What this essentially means is that talents now prioritise their personal identity concurrently over their corporate identity. People now value their individual identity a lot more than they did 20 years ago, people used to adapt to the company values and identity while suppressing their own. To be relevant in this age, organisations need to create space for diverse talent with diverse identities. From the organisational perspective, diversity is what allows us to be innovative. It brings new ideas and creativity, which would not be possible with a standard or homogeneous view. It simultaneously also allows us to understand our consumers better because consumers are diverse, they have different need and wants, … [Read more...] about BAT Vietnam focuses on diversity and inclusion
City can party like it’s 1999
Maybe it’s a sure sign of getting old, but in my mind, the year 1999 doesn’t seem that far back. I was working in Liverpool, England, as Chief Reporter for the evening newspaper, and I’d get my kicks on the train journey into the office by playing ‘snake’ on my latest Nokia phone. Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer celebrates scoring the winning goal in the 1999 Champions League final - Photo AFP Photo The Millennium Bug was all everyone was talking about, and there was a genuine concern that at the stroke of midnight on December 31, 1999, the world was likely to implode. FYI – it never. The fabulous Prince song, 1999, released bizarrely in 1982, was, for obvious reasons, played constantly on the radio, and people actually listened to radios. Vauxhall had just brought out their new and improved version of the Vectra and the euro currency was launched with England saying a firm ‘thanks but no thanks’. In June of 1999, Manchester United manager Alex … [Read more...] about City can party like it’s 1999
Vietnam attends BIO International Convention in U.S.
The BIO International Convention is the world's largest, most influential biotech conference, bringing together more than 23,000 delegates from 65 countries and territories worldwide. Participants touched upon reforms in the bio technology, shared professional knowledge, and sought ways to promote connectivity and open up cooperation opportunities in this field. In his remarks, Tuyen briefed them on the landscape of the Vietnamese pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical industry, noting a range of solutions and incentives have been taken to spur the sector’s growth. Apart from joining events and programs within the convention, the Vietnamese delegation had working sessions with Vietnamese scientists, researchers and students in the U.S., along with U.S. businesses, among others. They also visited the Harvard Medical School and its Brigham and Women's Hospital. At those meetings, Tuyen expressed his hope that Vietnam will receive more support and cooperation from partners during … [Read more...] about Vietnam attends BIO International Convention in U.S.
Check out Vietnam’s only sticky rice eatery in Michelin Guide
Xoi Bat in Ho Chi Minh City was the only sticky rice eatery in Vietnam to be named amongst the 29 establishments to Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand list. Bib Gourmand recognizes restaurants and eateries which serve great food at moderate prices. A total of 103 restaurants and eateries in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, including Xoi Bat, were honored by Michelin Guide on Tuesday. The Michelin Guide is world renowned guidebook which has been reviewing and recognizing exceptional restaurants around the world since 1900. Rising popularity Xoi Bat is owned by 28-year-old Huynh Phuc Thinh, who opened the sticky rice establishment in 2021 so that he could share his mother’s recipes with the world. “ Xôi (sticky rice) is a simple dish, but it always seemed special to me when my mother cooked it,” Thinh said. Situated at 8 Hoang Hoa Tham Street in Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Xoi Bat features a mere six tables. Yet despite its modest size, the eatery feeds dozens of … [Read more...] about Check out Vietnam’s only sticky rice eatery in Michelin Guide