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What’s in The Saigon Times Weekly this week?

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Focus: Weak Consumption Is Harmful For Growth: Weak consumption is one of the factors that have impacted enterprises’ investment and business expansion plans, thereby adversely affecting the economy. What can be done to address this challenge?

Inside Vietnam

Heading Toward Cross-Border Payments: Not many Vietnamese travelers are aware that they can utilize quick response (QR) codes for retail payments in Thailand. However, the cross-border QR- based payment service is set to expand to six ASEAN countries this year.

E-commerce Is A Lifeline: Amidst challenging economic conditions, many Vietnamese businesses have demonstrated their resilience as they have overcome woes and expanded their markets through cross-border e-commerce, thereby securing new orders and sustaining growth.

Stimulus Measures Needed For Recovery: Stimulus policies are expected to play a crucial role in boosting aggregate demand and driving a stronger economic recovery in the second half of 2023.

Business

Duality Bewilders Investors: The market is once again experiencing a contrast in its developments, with a decline in the morning followed by an upward movement toward the end of the day thanks to certain large-cap stocks.

Hints Of Rebound: The Hanoi real estate market is showing signs of improvement despite recent setbacks.

Living

Small Acts Of Giving Can Bring Happiness: Besides being a dedicated full-time housewife, SUHAILA KASIM has discovered a unique way to combine her creative skills and desire to make a positive contribution to society. She donates all the proceeds from selling her products to support those in need through charitable organizations. In an interview with The Saigon Times, Kasim shares her passions and journey of giving back, and spreading love to the community.

Go Fishing At Yen Islet: Yen Islet is located in Nhon Hoi Village, An Hoa Commune, Tuy An District, Phu Yen Province, about 20km northeast of downtown Tuy Hoa City. The locals refer to it as Yen because it used to be home to edible-nest swiftlets (known as Yen in Vietnamese).

Travel

Cool Summer Breeze On Lak Lake: Possessing a tranquil poetic beauty, Lak Lake is likened to a precious pearl in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, captivating tourists from their first-time arrival.

Hanoi-style Fried Fermented Pork Rolls: Unlike the famous fermented pork rolls in Dong Thap, Binh Dinh, and Thanh Hoa, the fried fermented pork rolls in Hanoi have a completely different flavor that has earned them a spot on the list of must-try street food for tourists.

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