Innovative solution for breast cancer patients during COVID-19 pandemic

Innovative solution for breast cancer patients during COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 outbreak has inhibited travel for many cancer patients who require ongoing treatment, especially while many hospitals require social distancing.
Directive No.40-CT/TW: correct, creative, deeply humane

Directive No.40-CT/TW: correct, creative, deeply humane

More than five years of implementing Directive No.40-CT/TW, several important results have been achieved.
New Zealand-Vietnam ties flourish in new direction

New Zealand-Vietnam ties flourish in new direction

Relations between Vietnam and New Zealand continue to thrive and develop in all areas. Tredene Dobson, New Zealand Ambassador to Vietnam, discussed with VIR’s Thanh Van the outlook of economic cooperation between two countries.
Pension fund landscape to be diversified

Pension fund landscape to be diversified

Driven by incrementally surging demand from a gradually ageing population, more credit institutions and consumer finance companies are diversifying their loan schemes, including loan programmes for retirees.
Breaking through prejudices holding back female founders

Breaking through prejudices holding back female founders

Making up nearly 50 per cent of the labour force and contributing about 30 per cent of Vietnam’s GDP each year, women are becoming an important driver of economic development. However, the startup stage is still heavily slanted towards men, with deep-rooted stereotypes and prejudices putting women in a disadvantage.
US and Russia inch forward in Geneva talks

US and Russia inch forward in Geneva talks

US and Russia talks ended "constructive" and "positive", but separate news conferences made clear that the two sides remain at odds over several issues.
Workers stay at work in three businesses in Dong Nai province

Workers stay at work in three businesses in Dong Nai province

Dong Nai Provincial People’s Committee has just approved the suggestion of three companies in three separate industrial zones to temporarily arrange for workers to stay at work.
Vietnam to receive one million COVID-19 vaccine doses from Japan today

Vietnam to receive one million COVID-19 vaccine doses from Japan today

The Japanese government has donated one million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Vietnam, which are expected to arrive today (June 16).
Landmark corporation tax deal changes the game

Landmark corporation tax deal changes the game

Last week, the G7 countries agreed on a historic deal for a global minimum corporate tax rate for international companies.
NA Chairman urges stepping up vaccine strategy

NA Chairman urges stepping up vaccine strategy

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue has asked for stepping up the vaccine strategy with a specific roadmap and measures to achieve herd immunity, thus laying an important foundation to catch up with the global economy.
Vietnam approves Pfizer/BIONTECH COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

Vietnam approves Pfizer/BIONTECH COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

The MoH signed Decision No.2908/QD-BYT, officially approving Comirnaty – the Covid-19 vaccine of Pfizer/BioNTech for emergency use.
British involvement to deepen depth and breadth of CPTPP

British involvement to deepen depth and breadth of CPTPP

The members of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) have formally accepted the United Kingdom into the accession process.
Vietnam Railways strengthens cargo transportation to ease losses

Vietnam Railways strengthens cargo transportation to ease losses

VNR is enhancing cargo transportation to ease losses from passenger transportation as COVID-19 continues to hurt the industry.
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