Chinese railway group opens ties Tracodi

Chinese railway group opens ties Tracodi

China Railway Engineering Corporation on June 12 signed an agreement with Tracodi to invest in and develop transport infrastructure, industrial park infrastructure, and social housing in Vietnam.
PwC rejects allegations on Evergrande audit

PwC rejects allegations on Evergrande audit

Accounting firm PwC on Monday rejected an anonymous letter that criticised the company's involvement in auditing beleaguered Chinese real estate giant Evergrande, saying the letter contained "false allegations".
Mutual wins a priority in Chinese ties

Mutual wins a priority in Chinese ties

The state visit to Vietnam by a top Chinese leader has ushered in numerous opportunities for both countries to further rivet their political, trade, and investment ties, among other areas.
Authorities request response to Chinese apparel rules

Authorities request response to Chinese apparel rules

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has emphasised the significance of China implementing a ruling on the third-party inspection of apparel products, particularly as exports to the market continue to decline.
Chinese activity back in vogue as fruit and veg surge

Chinese activity back in vogue as fruit and veg surge

As of January 8, Chinese customs will no longer tests imported commodities, including frozen foods, for COVID-19 at the border – action demonstrating that the Chinese government has taken another step towards complete reopening after its National Health Commission stated last month that it would soften its pandemic response.
Market orientation tweaked in face of Chinese barriers

Market orientation tweaked in face of Chinese barriers

China has long been Vietnam’s go-to export market for its fruits and vegetables but recent barriers in border trade policies, coupled with lasting infrastructural issues, have left few options for Vietnamese agrifood exporters to boost sales and make use of more official channels as well.
7th nCoV case confirmed in Viet Nam

7th nCoV case confirmed in Viet Nam

The Ministry of Health on Sunday confirmed the 7th novel Coronavirus infection case in Viet Nam.
About 400 Chinese involved in online gambling ring in Hai Phong

About 400 Chinese involved in online gambling ring in Hai Phong

Police and competent forces in the northern port city of Hai Phong have busted an international online gambling ring involved about 400 Chinese nationals.
Landslide changes in phone segment

Landslide changes in phone segment

As Vietnamese smartphone producers are launching new products and Chinese giants are stepping up their game, Samsung and Apple’s hold on the market seems more fragile than ever before.
Mumuso is flogging goods made in China

Mumuso is flogging goods made in China 2

Mumuso has admitted to outsourcing production to China, but remained silent on the question of Vietnamese labels and instructions.
Trump praises Xi's 'kind words' in fresh sign of trade detente

Trump praises Xi's 'kind words' in fresh sign of trade detente

President Donald Trump on Tuesday (Apr 10) praised the "kind words" from Chinese leader Xi Jinping and pledged "great progress" in the looming trade dispute between the world's largest economies.
'Out of control' Chinese space lab to meet fiery end on Monday

'Out of control' Chinese space lab to meet fiery end on Monday

An abandoned Chinese space laboratory is set to meet a fiery end within hours as it re-enters Earth's atmosphere, hitting a speed of around 26,000 kilometres an hour before disintegrating.
Trump seeking tariffs on up to US$60b Chinese goods

Trump seeking tariffs on up to US$60b Chinese goods

US President Donald Trump is seeking to impose tariffs on up to US$60 billion of Chinese imports and will target the technology and telecommunications sectors, a senior administration official who had discussed the issue with the White House said on Tuesday (Mar 13).
Apple apologises after China criticism

Apple apologises after China criticism

Apple chief executive Tim Cook apologises to Chinese consumers after the US technology giant was subjected to criticism in state-run media over alleged "arrogance" and double standards.
Wall Street Journal says hit by Chinese hackers too

Wall Street Journal says hit by Chinese hackers too

The Wall Street Journal said Thursday its computers had been hit by Chinese hackers, the latest US media organization citing an effort to spy on its journalists covering China.
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