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What’s in The Saigon Times Weekly this week?

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Focus: Vietnam-U.S. Comprehensive Strategic Partnership: The Historic Moment: On September 10, during President Joe Biden’s State visit, Vietnam and the U.S. took their relationship to the next level by upgrading it from a comprehensive partnership to a comprehensive strategic partnership. This marks a significant milestone in their joint pursuit of peace, prosperity, and sustainable development.

Inside Vietnam

The Export Rebound: Vietnam’s external trade, which ebbed in the first half of this year, has shown signs of rebounding recently, raising hopes of a sharp turnaround in the rest of this year.

Pangasius In Troubled Times: Vietnam’s pangasius (tra fish) processing sector is currently grappling with difficulties, with rising inventory and sluggish consumption. However, in the long term, the demand for this white-flesh fish will improve, helping tra fish processors address their woes.

More Opportunities To Come: As economic cooperation between Vietnam and Australia continues to flourish, both nations are eager to seize further opportunities for joint ventures.

Business

Challenges For Can Gio Seaport Development: Ensuring a sufficient cargo volume is the prerequisite for a seaport to maintain operation and develop. However, it might be a tall order to turn Can Gio seaport into an international transshipment hub in the foreseeable future.

Golden Days Are Gone: In the near future, finance companies may need to undertake significant operational restructuring, reevaluate their growth strategies, and identify their primary customer segments. Simultaneously, they should think of measures to enhance their risk assessment and control processes after disbursing funds.

Living

Hyper-Connected Yet Vulnerable: Generation Z, or Gen Z, often defined as those born between 1997 and 2012, is commonly labeled as hyper-connected individuals. However, behind this label lies a web of concerns that shape their identity.

Capturing Fish In The Swamp: Nestled in Hai Lang District, Quang Tri Province, Tram Tra Loc stands as an eco-tourism haven celebrated for its breathtaking natural vistas, pristine air, and delectable seafood.

Travel

An Khe Lagoon – A Pristine Natural Gem: An Khe Lagoon, the largest in Quang Ngai Province, offers visitors a chance to bask in the beauty of a picturesque sunset, connect with nature, and savor life’s serene moments.

Son Tra Peninsula’s Delectable Dia Bong Fish Porridge: When visiting the Son Tra Peninsula, apart from savoring its picturesque landscapes, tourists are drawn to its delectable seafood cuisine. Among the many culinary delights, dia bong fish porridge stands out, captivating diners with its exquisite blend of flavors.

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