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Vietnam’s exports to China gradually recover

HCMC – Due to positive signs apparent in China’s Covid-19 infection prevention efforts, its demand for goods from Vietnam is expected to soar, following...

Two more Vietnam-made kits used for Covid-19 tests

HCMC – The Ministry of Health has licensed the use of two new coronavirus test kits that are manufactured locally. Among the nine Covid-19 test...

U.S. becomes Vietnam’s largest fruit, vegetable supplier

HCMC – While the country’s fruit and vegetable imports in the January-April period dipped by 42% year-on-year, the purchase of these items from the...

Vietnam plans to fly British Covid-19 patient home

HCMC – The Health Ministry plans to return its most critically ill Covid-19 patient, a British pilot working for Vietnam Airlines, to his home...

EVFTA’s rules of origin are major challenge for Vietnam

HANOI – The European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement’s (EVFTA) rules of origin requirement will be a major challenge for Vietnam to overcome, the World...

Gov’t proposes NA adjust growth targets due to Covid-19

HANOI – The preset target of 6.8% GDP growth for 2020 will be a tough task for Vietnam to fulfill due to the impact...

NA praises Covid-19 infection prevention efforts

HANOI – The National Assembly (NA) praised the Government’s initial success in the fight against the coronavirus at the ninth sitting of the 14th...

Thirty-four days pass with no new community infections

HCMC – The national steering committee for Covid-19 infection prevention and control announced this morning, May 20, that the country has not reported any...

Foreigners stranded in Vietnam can stay until June 30

HCMC – Foreigners who entered Vietnam under visa waiver programs, tourist visas or e-visas from March 1 and are unable to leave Vietnam due...

Over half of Vietnam’s population expected to choose online shopping in 2025

HCMC – Vietnam aims to see 55% of its population shop online by 2025, with average annual spending of US$600 per person. Deputy Prime Minister...

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