Better coordination for optimal results from EVFTA

Better coordination for optimal results from EVFTA

Over one year after the trade agreement between the European Union and Vietnam came into force, the deal’s positive impacts are clearly visible. However, faced with today’s hurdles, both sides are required to work out further solutions on how to profit the most from the historic agreement.
ASEAN, Czech Republic look to standardise customs procedures

ASEAN, Czech Republic look to standardise customs procedures

The Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) Committee in coordination with the Customs Administration of the Czech Republic has held a webinar to introduce the electronic customs of the European country.
Johnson & Johnson to delay European Covid-19 vaccine rollout

Johnson & Johnson to delay European Covid-19 vaccine rollout

Johnson & Johnson said Tuesday it will delay rollout of its Covid-19 vaccine in Europe after US authorities moved to suspend use of the shot due to health concerns.
EuroCham appoints Alain Cany as new chairman

EuroCham appoints Alain Cany as new chairman

Alain Cany has been elected as the new chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham).
European nations tighten virus curbs as Christmas surge fears grow

European nations tighten virus curbs as Christmas surge fears grow

Several European countries on Wednesday imposed tighter coronavirus restrictions ahead of Christmas, as the United States reported another record number of new infections.
ExxonMobil to cut European workforce 11% with 1,600 layoffs

ExxonMobil to cut European workforce 11% with 1,600 layoffs

US oil and gas giant ExxonMobil announced  Monday it would slash 1,600 jobs in Europe, more than 11 percent of its workforce in the region, as it struggles with the hit from the coronavirus downturn.
Nearly 280 citizens brought home from Europe

Nearly 280 citizens brought home from Europe

Nearly 280 Vietnamese citizens, stranded in 10 European countries due to the COVID-19 pandemic, were brought home on September 16-17 on a Vietnam Airlines flight.
Wagner's Schalke fail to win again in Europa League hunt

Wagner's Schalke fail to win again in Europa League hunt

BERLIN: David Wagner's Schalke continued their record-breaking run of bad form on Wednesday (Jun 17), notching up a 14th successive game without a win in a 2-1 away defeat to fellow European hopefuls Eintracht Frankfurt.
Man City's European ban appeal to be held on Jun 8-10

Man City's European ban appeal to be held on Jun 8-10

LAUSANNE: Manchester City's appeal against a two-season ban from European competition by UEFA will be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport from Jun 8-10, the Swiss court confirmed on Tuesday (May 19).
European tourists evacuated from Bali after flights cancelled

European tourists evacuated from Bali after flights cancelled

Hundreds of European tourists stranded in Bali were evacuated from the Indonesian holiday island on Saturday (Mar 28) after their flights were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Investors upbeat regarding EVFTA

Investors upbeat regarding EVFTA

European companies are eager to grasp new business and investment opportunities from the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement.
Guardiola says he will '100 per cent' stay at Man City despite Euro ban

Guardiola says he will '100 per cent' stay at Man City despite Euro ban

Pep Guardiola insisted on Wednesday (Feb 19) that he will stay with Manchester City and vowed that the "truth will prevail" over their shock two-year ban from European competitions.
European stocks lower on year-end profit-taking

European stocks lower on year-end profit-taking

European stock markets were lower on Monday (Dec 30), taking their lead from softer prices on Wall Street, as investors wound down and took profits at the end of year.
European stock markets retreat as Trump triggers Chinese anger

European stock markets retreat as Trump triggers Chinese anger

European stock markets eased lower on Thursday (Nov 28) as China-US trade talks were jolted by legislation in Washington backing Hong Kong protests that has angered Beijing.
European stock markets retreat on revived trade concerns

European stock markets retreat on revived trade concerns

European stock markets slid lower on Wednesday (Nov 20) on revived concerns for a China-US trade deal after US lawmakers passed legislation to support Hong Kong civil rights, sparking anger in Beijing.
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