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What’s in The Saigon Times Weekly this week?

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Focus: Fostering Trust In Sustainable Endeavor: Nestlé Vietnam and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development have recently signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the development of regenerative, low-emission agriculture, under the Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture in Vietnam (PSAV).

Inside Vietnam

Solutions For Power Shortage: The imbalance in regional power supply and demand has exacerbated the power shortage in northern Vietnam. Are there any immediate solutions to the situation?

Deposit Rates On The Downtrend: For the fourth time this year the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) cut its policy interest rates on June 19, with the deposit rate for tenors shorter than six months falling to 4.75% a year from the previous 5%. Since then, many commercial banks have lowered deposit rates of all tenors.

Game-changing Adaptation: Amidst tough economic times, some Vietnamese businesses have successfully navigated the challenges by staying committed to their strategic plans, flexibly adapting to changes, and actively seeking opportunities to expand their markets.

Business

Riding The Wave Of Taiwanese Capital: As part of the New Southbound Policy (NSP), the ambitious endeavor of Taiwan (China) to diversify its industrial base and boost investment in regional countries is expected to fuel a surge in trade and investment across key markets, including Vietnam.

Public Investment-Related Stocks Rise: Stocks associated with entities benefiting from public investment projects have witnessed a remarkable upswing in prices, fueled by a string of positive developments in business activities.

Living

The Sky Is No Longer The Limit: Dr. Josef Schmid, a flight surgeon who takes cares of the health of NASA astronauts, is one of three scientists who participated in the Vietnam Space Week in early June. Following the event, he spoke with The Saigon Times on how combination with space science has prompted medical science to go to great lengths. There are numerous things to discover anew in the medical field.

Relaxation On Riverbanks: The Red River has been an integral part of Hanoi for centuries, with its banks adorned with layers of alluvium that captivate both locals and visitors alike.

Travel

Immersing In The Landscape Of Ma Hec Waterfall: Exploring the serene and enchanting landscape of Ma Hec Waterfall, visitors find themselves captivated by the picturesque scenery amidst majestic mountains.

Nieng Fish – A Renowned Specialty Of Quang Nam: Once considered a humble ingredient in the meals of ethnic communities, nieng fish has gained popularity as a delectable delicacy and has secured a place on the menus of numerous eateries and restaurants in Quang Nam.

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