US-donated vaccines delivered to Vietnam

US-donated vaccines delivered to Vietnam

The second lot in the latest batch of over 3 million doses of COVID-19 Moderna vaccine granted by the US through the COVAX Facility was handed over to Vietnam late July 25.
Vietnam logs 2,708 more COVID-19 cases

Vietnam logs 2,708 more COVID-19 cases

An additional 2,708 COVID-19 infections, including four imported cases, were reported in Vietnam between 7pm on July 25 and 6am on July 26, according to the Ministry of Health.
Vietnam among world's top 20 host economies for FDI

Vietnam among world's top 20 host economies for FDI

Vietnam was named among the world’s top 20 host economies for foreign direct investment for the first time in 2020 with an inflow of 16 billion USD.
US removes tariff threats against Vietnam

US removes tariff threats against Vietnam

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) on July 23 issued a formal determination in the Vietnam Currency Section 301 investigation, under which the agency will not take any tariff action against Vietnam.
US Secretary of Defense to visit Vietnam next week

US Secretary of Defense to visit Vietnam next week

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin will pay an official visit to Vietnam on July 28 and 29 at the invitation of Vietnamese Minister of National Defence Gen. Phan Van Giang.
Benefits for both sides in UK trade deal

Benefits for both sides in UK trade deal

Vietnam and the United Kingdom are expecting to cash in on bonanzas from their fresh bilateral free trade deal, which is believed to be the key driving force for both nations to improve their trade and investment cooperation.
Safe and sound vaccines at top of WHO priority list

Safe and sound vaccines at top of WHO priority list

People and businesses in Vietnam are pinning high hopes on the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign backed by the country’s good preparation.
Country prepares for efficient jab rollout

Country prepares for efficient jab rollout

As Vietnam develops a quality cold storage system to successfully implement the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign, the opportunity for multinational corporations to join the logistical effort might open its doors.
Moscow entrepreneurs look for opportunities in Vietnam

Moscow entrepreneurs look for opportunities in Vietnam

More than 100 Vietnamese companies took part in an online business matching event with entrepreneurs from Moscow on Tuesday.
Additional 1,612 new COVID-19 cases confirmed on July 17 afternoon

Additional 1,612 new COVID-19 cases confirmed on July 17 afternoon

Vietnam confirmed 1,612 new COVID-19 infections, including 12 imported cases, from 6am to 7:30pm on July 17, according to the Ministry of Health.
Vietnam’s COVID-19 infections cases surpass 44,000

Vietnam’s COVID-19 infections cases surpass 44,000

Vietnam logged 1,883 domestically-transmitted COVID-19 infections and 15 imported cases in the past 12 hours to 6:30 pm on July 16, bringing the national tally to 44,186, according to the Ministry of Health.
UNSC: Vietnam supports comprehensive political solution in Libya

UNSC: Vietnam supports comprehensive political solution in Libya

Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy, Permanent Representative of Vietnam to the United Nations, has welcomed recent positive developments in politics and security in Libya, and affirmed Vietnam’s support to a comprehensive political solution led and owned by Libyan people.
Vietnam officially launches nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign on July 10

Vietnam officially launches nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign on July 10

Vietnam on July 10 officially launched its nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign for all people aged over 18, making it the largest-ever campaign.
‘Vaccine passport’ pilot to open up recovery opportunities for tourism: experts

‘Vaccine passport’ pilot to open up recovery opportunities for tourism: experts

Tourism experts said if Vietnam succeeds in piloting the ‘COVID-19 vaccine passport’ policy, the sector can bounce back, welcoming back both domestic and foreign visitors.
Coal conundrum ahead forces Vietnam to rethink priorities

Coal conundrum ahead forces Vietnam to rethink priorities

While the pressure on the environment and issues like climate change are increasing, it remains difficult for Vietnamese companies and the government to turn away from fossil fuels completely.
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