Mastercard to be banned in India for non-compliance with data storage rules

Mastercard to be banned in India for non-compliance with data storage rules

India has just announced to ban the US-based payment behemoth Mastercard for non-compliance with data storage rules, effective from July 22.
Preparations for supply chain setbacks as virus strikes India

Preparations for supply chain setbacks as virus strikes India

The serious pandemic developments in India are rocking global trade and investment worldwide.
India deaths top 4,000 as Macron urges end to vaccine export limits

India deaths top 4,000 as Macron urges end to vaccine export limits

New Covid-19 deaths surged past 4,000 for the first time in India on Saturday in one of the world's worst outbreaks, as EU pressure mounted on Washington to end vaccine export limits and offer a concrete plan to lift patents.
Virus deaths top 4,000 in India as WHO green-lights Chinese vaccine

Virus deaths top 4,000 in India as WHO green-lights Chinese vaccine

New Covid-19 deaths surged past 4,000 for the first time in India on Saturday as it struggled with one of the world's worst outbreaks, but the global immunisation effort was boosted with WHO approval for Chinese firm Sinopharm's vaccine.
India hits 4,000 virus deaths in a day

India hits 4,000 virus deaths in a day

India recorded more than 4,000 coronavirus deaths in a day for the first time and more states imposed lockdowns Saturday in a desperate bid to halt the devastating new surge.
India sees record Covid-19 deaths, new cases in 24 hours

India sees record Covid-19 deaths, new cases in 24 hours

India saw record new jumps in Covid-19 cases and deaths on Thursday, dashing tentative hopes that a catastrophic recent surge that has stretched hospitals to the limit might be easing.
India announces $6.7 billion to help vaccine, health firms boost pandemic battle

India announces $6.7 billion to help vaccine, health firms boost pandemic battle

India released $6.7 billion in cheap financing for vaccine makers, hospitals and other health firms on Wednesday, to counter the devastating coronavirus surge gripping the country.
Variants of SARS-CoV-2 identified in India found in Vietnam

Variants of SARS-CoV-2 identified in India found in Vietnam

Vietnam’s Ministry of Health has found the B.1.617.2 variant of SARS-CoV-2 identified in India in some new patients in Vietnam.
India misery clouds supply chain fix

India misery clouds supply chain fix

The eye-opening events in India are concerning people all over the globe as leaders lose control of the pandemic, leading to tragedy on a massive scale – and the knock-on effects to global supply chains and economic recovery are there for all to see.
Indian companies pin high hopes on Vietnamese market

Indian companies pin high hopes on Vietnamese market

Indian companies are turning their focus to Vietnam as the country is emerging as one of the bright stars in the COVID-19 dark sky.
HCM City wants to foster ties with India

HCM City wants to foster ties with India

Ho Chi Minh City wants to continue to be an important partner of India in the fields of economy-trade, health care, information technology and clean energy, said Vice Chairwoman of the municipal People’s Committee Phan Thi Thang.
Indian scholar believes in Vietnam overcoming post-COVID-19 challenges

Indian scholar believes in Vietnam overcoming post-COVID-19 challenges

Under the leadership of the 13th Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), Vietnam will play decisive role to face the challenges in a post-COVID-19 scenario, Geetesh Sharma, President of the India-Vietnam Solidarity Committee (IVSC) in West Bengal told Vietnam News Agency correspondents in India.
Vietnam and India push up economic and investment ties

Vietnam and India push up economic and investment ties

Vietnam is encouraging Indian entrepreneurs to invest in manufacturing, automobile supporting industry, IT, energy, high-tech agriculture, and innovation.
India gifts relief supplies for flood and landslides victims in Vietnam

India gifts relief supplies for flood and landslides victims in Vietnam

The Indian Ambassador presented Vietnam with relief supplies for the victims of flood and landslides that recently inflicted the provinces of central Vietnam.
Consulate General of India looks for investment opportunities in Phu Yen

Consulate General of India looks for investment opportunities in Phu Yen

The Consulate General of India visited Phu Yen province to discover investment opportunities to connect and call Indian enterprises to invest in the province.
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