Vietnam's Economy To Recover After Lockdown Is Lifted: WB

Vietnam's Economy To Recover After Lockdown Is Lifted: WB

World Bank’s (WB) Senior Economist Dorsati Madani expected that Vietnam’s economy will recover on the back of solid growth achieved in the first half of 2021 after the lockdown is lifted.
Overseas Vietnamese Workers Remain Resilient Amid Covid-19

Overseas Vietnamese Workers Remain Resilient Amid Covid-19

During the Covid-19 outbreak, Vietnamese workers living abroad faced difficulties, but they remained resilient and protected themselves against the pandemic.
Layoffs, bankruptcy, collecting scrap:  Covid-19 turns people’s life upside down

Layoffs, bankruptcy, collecting scrap: Covid-19 turns people’s life upside down

The prolonged pandemic has so far laid off many workers, forcing them to turn to a temporary job for a living
Japan provides over USD 2.8 million to lessen impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable groups

Japan provides over USD 2.8 million to lessen impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable groups

The Government of Vietnam, the Government of Japan and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) joined hands to mitigate the negative impacts of COVID-19 on vulnerable population groups in Vietnam.
5 most unique travel trends hit in 2020 amid Covid-19 pandemic

5 most unique travel trends hit in 2020 amid Covid-19 pandemic

People all know the world of travel and digital is constantly changing. Here are 5 most unique travel trend only hit in 2020 amid Covid-19 pandemic.
High global Covid-19 mortality rate prevents China from completely reopening borders

High global Covid-19 mortality rate prevents China from completely reopening borders

China is unlikely to reopen borders completely as the global mortality rate from Covid-19 remains high.
Miserable grabbiker carried 8-month-old son along his work under baking heat of HCMC

Miserable grabbiker carried 8-month-old son along his work under baking heat of HCMC

Making both ends meet while the old mother still has to sell lottery tickets to earn their living, Mr. Hieu - a GrabBike driver - takes his infant son along with each ride amid the scorching heatwave of around 37 to 38 degree Celsius in Ho Chi Minh City. 
Singapore: Resorts World Sentosa to make 'significant' staff cuts amid coronavirus pandemic

Singapore: Resorts World Sentosa to make 'significant' staff cuts amid coronavirus pandemic

Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), one of Singapore's biggest private-sector employers, said on Wednesday (Jul 15) it was laying off staff as part of cost-cutting measures in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. 
HIV, TB and malaria deaths warned to surge heading to human amid Covid-19 pandemic

HIV, TB and malaria deaths warned to surge heading to human amid Covid-19 pandemic

Experts warn that Covid-19 pandemic is able to lead to a sharp increase in deaths from HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
31 million Vietnamese workers severely hit by COVID-19

31 million Vietnamese workers severely hit by COVID-19

As many as 30.8 million Vietnamese workers either go unemployed or paid less in the wake of the economic fallout from coronavirus pandemic. The figure is expected to rise by the end of the year.
US News today, June 27: New coronavirus cases surpassing 40,000 for first time in a single day

US News today, June 27: New coronavirus cases surpassing 40,000 for first time in a single day

The U.S. sets another single-day record for new coronavirus cases, judge orders US to free migrant children from family detention, Minneapolis council to vote on abolishing police and NBA releases schedule of seeding games to finish regular season in Orlando are remarkable news today.
US News today, June 26: Nearly $1.4 billion in coronavirus relief payments sent to dead people

US News today, June 26: Nearly $1.4 billion in coronavirus relief payments sent to dead people

Nearly $1.4 billion in coronavirus relief payments sent to dead people, U.S. sets one-day record for COVID-19 cases,Texas pauses reopening, U.S. aviation unions ask Congress for another $32 billion bailout and Trump administration asks supreme court to axe Obamacare are remarkable news today.
Putin praises Russian coronavirus drugs the best in the world

Putin praises Russian coronavirus drugs the best in the world

President Vladimir Putin has praised that Russian medics have managed to bring the losses from COVID-19 to a minimum.
Huyndai Motor's May sale witnessing fall sharply amid Covid-19 pandemic

Huyndai Motor's May sale witnessing fall sharply amid Covid-19 pandemic

Hyundai Motor Co of South Korea announced on June 1 that its provisional May sales fell sharply due to impacts of corona virus outbreak.
Politico:  Vietnam the world’s No.1 country in COVID-19 fight 

Politico: Vietnam the world’s No.1 country in COVID-19 fight 

The US-based prestigious political outlet Politico has ranked Vietnam “the best COVID-19 performer globally”, with a possible 2.87 percent growth in the economy this year.  The ranking is based on the COVID-19 impacts on public health and economic outcomes.
In Vietnam, hotels are being sold as owners take losses amid Covid-19

In Vietnam, hotels are being sold as owners take losses amid Covid-19

Many owners cannot maintain operation of their hotels during the epidemic and want to sell them.
Honda Vietnam may ease manufacturing due to COVID-19 impacts

Honda Vietnam may ease manufacturing due to COVID-19 impacts

Honda Vietnam said the company plans to shift from manufacturing to importing vehicles due to manufacturing interruptions and market stagnation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, VNS reported.    
Dolphins’ appearance off central coast of Vietnam sparks excitement

Dolphins’ appearance off central coast of Vietnam sparks excitement

A video of dolphins swimming around off the coast of Nha Trang, the south-central Vietnam, has gone viral online and remarked by Vietnamese netizens as a “strange”, “rare” and “surprising” phenomenon. 
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VUFO Grants Highest Medal for Chilean Ambassador to Vietnam Focus

VUFO Grants Highest Medal for Chilean Ambassador to Vietnam

Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga, President of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) granted a "For peace and friendship among nations" medal to Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Chile to Vietnam Patricio Becker on Dec. 2, in Hanoi. The medal honors Becker's contributions to consolidating and promoting Vietnam - Chile's bilateral relations.
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