Bitexco Energy completes the acquisition of Talisman (Vietnam 15-2/01) in Canada

Bitexco Energy completes the acquisition of Talisman (Vietnam 15-2/01) in Canada

Bitexco Energy has received the necessary approvals from the competent Vietnamese authorities to take ownership of Talisman (Vietnam 15-2/01) in Canada.
Room for Vietnam’s seafood exports to Canada remains large

Room for Vietnam’s seafood exports to Canada remains large

Canada is a promising market for Vietnam’s aquatic products, according to the Vietnam Trade Office in Canada.
New initiative supports businesses to address social and gendered impacts of COVID-19

New initiative supports businesses to address social and gendered impacts of COVID-19

The UNDP, MPI, and the Embassy of Canada launched a project to enhance the resilience of social impact businesses and reduce the impact of COVID-19.
ASEAN, Canada launch negotiations for Free Trade Agreement

ASEAN, Canada launch negotiations for Free Trade Agreement

The launch of negotiations for an ASEAN-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was officially announced at the 10th ASEAN Economic Ministers – Canada Consultation on November 17.
Huawei says HSBC agrees document access in Hong Kong court

Huawei says HSBC agrees document access in Hong Kong court

Chinese tech giant Huawei on Monday said it had reached an agreement with HSBC in Hong Kong to secure documents that its senior executive Meng Wanzhou hopes will help her fight extradition to the United States from Canada.
Lively increase in trade with Canada

Lively increase in trade with Canada

Diversifying trade activities between Vietnam and Canada thanks to implementation of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership over the past two years has sharply increased the two-way trade turnover.
Canadians look to gain in Vietnam on back of CPTPP

Canadians look to gain in Vietnam on back of CPTPP 1

The Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement has opened new horizons for economic ties between Vietnam and Canada.
Canada and Britain sign interim deal to avoid tariff increase after Brexit

Canada and Britain sign interim deal to avoid tariff increase after Brexit

Canada and Britain have signed a temporary agreement to avoid an increase in tariffs between the two countries after the British exit from the European Union in early 2021, Ottawa said Tuesday.
Canadian shares unforgettable experience in Vietnam since onset of COVID-19

Canadian shares unforgettable experience in Vietnam since onset of COVID-19

Canadian-based CBC News has recently published a story about Sabrina Pinksen, a woman from the small town of Wild Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador (NL), Canada, who finds her experience living in Vietnam on the outset of COVID-19 unforgettable.
In Canada demand for puppies soars during pandemic, so do scams

In Canada demand for puppies soars during pandemic, so do scams

Demand for puppies in Canada has soared during the pandemic, and scammers are taking advantage -- swindling hundreds of people looking for a pet to ease their loneliness during lockdown.
Canada supports disaster victims in central region

Canada supports disaster victims in central region

The Canadian Government has announced a humanitarian assistance package worth 700,000 CAD (533,000 USD) for residents hit by recent floods in the central region, according to the Canadian Embassy in Vietnam on November 12.
Canada tops 200,000 Covid-19 cases

Canada tops 200,000 Covid-19 cases

Canada, in the midst of a second wave of Covid-19 illnesses, topped 200,000 cases and inched closer to 10,000 deaths Monday, according to official data compiled by Canadian broadcasters CBC and CTV.
300 Vietnamese citizens brought home from Canada, RoK

300 Vietnamese citizens brought home from Canada, RoK

A total of 300 Vietnamese citizens were flown home from Canada and the Republic of Korea (RoK) on August 2 and 3.
Canadian court rules against Huawei executive fighting extradition

Canadian court rules against Huawei executive fighting extradition

VANCOUVER: Chinese Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou suffered a legal setback on Wednesday (May 27) when a Canadian judge ruled that proceedings to extradite her to the United States will go ahead.
Johnson & Johnson to stop sales of talc-based baby powder in US, Canada

Johnson & Johnson to stop sales of talc-based baby powder in US, Canada

NEW YORK: Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson announced on Tuesday (May 19) it would stop selling talc-based baby powder in the United States and Canada, where sales had already been hit by changing consumer habits and fears the product causes cancer.
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