Tháng: Tháng Mười Một 2019
Đảo Hòn Chuối (Cà Mau – trong Vịnh Thái Lan)
Chợ cửa biển Sông Đốc, Cà Mau (nơi thuyền xuất phát đi 3 giờ đến đảo Hòn Chuối)
Vietnam’s population to reach 104 mln by 2030
Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam’s population to reach 104 mln by 2030”
Việt Nam should eliminate unfair incentives to grow the private sector
Update: November, 28/2019 – 08:36
Nguyễn Đức Thành, director of the Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) talks to Việt Nam News about the role of the private sector in the local economy and how it can develop. Tiếp tục đọc “Việt Nam should eliminate unfair incentives to grow the private sector”
Vietnam’s agricultural sector at a crossroads
Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam’s agricultural sector at a crossroads”
A Journey to Vietnam and a Connection Between Two Adopted Children
By NYTimes.comNov. 27, 2019
(Reuters) – The message appeared on my cellphone with an intriguing opening line: “I am sure you won’t remember hearing my real name, Nguyen thi Phuong Mai…”
By the end of the message, I remembered everything.
Tiếp tục đọc “A Journey to Vietnam and a Connection Between Two Adopted Children”
Đức giám mục Lê Hữu Từ là cháu đời thứ 8 của vua Lê Hy Tông (1676-1705)
Tài liệu giả vu khống Alexandre de Rhodes
THÌ RA … NHÉT CHỮ VÀO MỒM
Những kẻ kiến nghị không đặt tên đường để tri ân các giáo sỹ đã sáng tạo ra chữ quốc ngữ là vì một chứng cứ giả tạo đăng trong cuốn:
Lịch sử Việt Nam, tập 1, do Ủy ban KHXH Việt Nam xuất bản tại Hà nội năm 1971, trang 304:
“Đây là một vị trí cần được chiếm lấy và chiếm được vị trí này thì thương gia Âu châu sẽ tìm được một nguồn lợi nhuận và tài nguyên phong phú”
Câu trích này được nhét vào mồm của Alexandre de Rhodes. Tiếp tục đọc “Tài liệu giả vu khống Alexandre de Rhodes”
China makes up nearly 40% of Vietnam’s steel imports despite tighter trade measures
The Hanoitimes – The neighboring country remained Vietnam’s leading supplier of steel over the last three years, with the quantity and value growing at two-digit growth rates annually.
Despite tighter trade protection measures against trade fraud activities, Vietnam imported 12.24 million tons of steel worth over US$8.1 billion in the first ten months of 2019, up 7% year-on-year in quantity and down 3.1% in value, in which China continues to be Vietnam’s largest steel exporter representing around 37% of Vietnam’s total steel imports, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC).
During the January – October period, Vietnam spent US$2.95 billion importing 4.64 million tons of steel from China, down 12.7% in quantity and 22.9% in value year-on-year. The neighboring country remained Vietnam’s leading supplier of steel over the last three years, with the quantity and value growing at two-digit growth rates annually.
Japan came in second place with 1.72 million tons worth US$1.14 billion, down 7.9% in quantity and 13.7% in value year-on-year, while India claimed the third position with 1.54 million tons worth US$798 million, up 189.8% in quantity and 133.5% in value.
Notably, despite trade protection measures from the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), Vietnam’s steel imports continue to surge.
The MoIT previously decided to extend the validity of anti-dumping duties on cold-rolled stainless steel products originated from China, Indonesia and Taiwan for another five years, starting from October 26.
The market share of domestic steel companies witnessed a decrease during the 2018 – 2019 period and currently has shrunk to 42.8%, indicating the foreign companies are selling below their home market prices.
In early October, the MoIT also imposed anti-dumping duties on Chinese extruded aluminum bars at rates ranging from 2.49% to 35.58%, following complaints from local producers filed last October.
A report from the Vietnam Steel Association suggested Vietnam’s steel industry has been at the center of trade probes from other countries following the escalation of the US – China trade war, particularly with growing cases of illegal transshipment of Chinese products via a third country to the US in an attempt to avoid the latter’s import tariffs.
15 VN banks listed among Asia Pacific’s strongest
Fifteen Vietnamese banks have recently been named in The Asian Bankers’ AB500 ranking and survey of Asia Pacific’s strongest banks.
The banks include Vietcombank, BIDV, VietinBank and Techcombank, as well as MB, LienVietPostBank, ACB and VPBank, in addition to HDBank, TP Bank, SHB, VIB, SeABank, Sacombank and PVcomBank. Tiếp tục đọc “15 VN banks listed among Asia Pacific’s strongest”
Sự thực tin đồn hậu duệ VN đi đầu phong trào ở Hong Kong
Vietnam considers Swedish loans to build largest airport
The Hanoitimes – A Swedish state-owned entity proposed a commercial loan of over US$1 billion for the construction of Long Thanh airport, the would-be largest of its kind in Vietnam.
Vietnam is considering Sweden’s loans to build Long Thanh International Airport and develop the air traffic control activities, according to Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Vu Dai Thang.
Long Thanh International Airport is in need of huge investment capital, for which financial support from other countries, including Vietnam’s development partners such as Sweden, is very important, said Thang at a conference held last week discussing the financial mechanism for Long Thanh airport. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam considers Swedish loans to build largest airport”
Ford Vietnam adds $81.7m in automobile manufacturing expansion project
Update: November, 26/2019 – 16:35 VNS
Foreigners side with locals to run counterfeit market in Vietnam
The Hanoitimes – Many websites selling fake goods are hosted abroad, while Vietnam still lacks legal instruments to address rampant unfair competition and trade fraud activities in the cyber space.
The manufacturing and sales of counterfeit goods have been on the rise over the past few years, particularly with the involvement of foreigners and the use of sophisticated methods to avoid detection of customers and authorities, said Hoang Anh Duong, vice director general of the Vietnam Directorate of Market Surveillance. Tiếp tục đọc “Foreigners side with locals to run counterfeit market in Vietnam”
Vietnam among fastest growing economies in Asia: Singaporean newspaper
Nov. 26, 2019 Nhân Dân
NDO – The Singapore-based Chinese-language newspaper, Lianhe Zaobao newspaper (United Morning Paper) run an article on November 26 on Vietnam’s Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) attraction, affirming that Vietnam is one of the most open economies with thefastest economic growing pace in Asia. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam among fastest growing economies in Asia: Singaporean newspaper”