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maandag 22 januari 2018

Vietnam: Vietnam cooperates with WHO to address health priority issues

Vietnam cooperates with WHO to address health priority issues

The Prime Minister has approved investment policy for a health cooperation programme with the World Health Organisation (WHO) in the fiscal year 2018-2019.

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Holland maritime at a glance

Every two years, major players in maritime industries and shipbuilding all over Vietnam gather at Vietship, one of the largest and most prestigious maritime trade shows in Vietnam.

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Prime Minister calls for breakthroughs in science-technology development

The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) should focus on improving four main issues as well as creating three breakthroughs during the 2018-2020 period.

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Commission urged to improve strategic forecast on foreign relations

The Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC)'s Commission for External Relations have been asked to continue improving the quality of strategic research and forecast as well as better its role as an advisor to the CPVCC Politburo and Secretariat on external relations.

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Vietnam's different industrial areas strengthen significantly the country's socio economic progression

Developing economic zones (EZs) and industrial parks (IPs) is an important, consistent and correct policy of Vietnam on the way of industrialisation and modernisation and a facilitator to realise the goal of making Vietnam a basically modern industrial country by 2020. After 20 years of construction and development, IPs and EZs have come in various forms of development and positively contributed to the country's socioeconomic development.

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Vietnamese diplomacy continues focusing on peace, stability, cooperation

The mission of Vietnamese diplomacy in 2018 is to continue maintaining an environment of peace, stability and cooperation to ensure Vietnam's security and development goals.

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Vietnam must address three hurdles to economy

Vietnam's macroeconomy is forecast to continue its stable growth in 2018 but it should overcome three existing hurdles for further development, according to a report released by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR).

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The Vietnam Women's Union urged to promote welfare policy for women

The Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) should promptly grasp and introduce new policies and laws, especially those related to the welfare of Vietnamese women in order to help them improve their lives.

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DBAV Board 2018 – Candidate Statement

My biggest motivation for joining as a board member is that I hope to be able to leverage on the role and connections I can have access through such role to build and open up more international network and business opportunities between Netherland/Europe and Vietnam as well as other parts of Asia - Kenny Chiang

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DBAV Board 2018 – Candidate Statement

I would like to combine my Dutch background and the experiences I get from being connected with various companies and entrepreneurs in Vietnam in my daily work, to contribute to the business relationships between Dutch and Vietnamese businesses. Being a member of the board of the DBAV would enable me to further capitalise on this - Daniel de Waal

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DBAV Board 2018 – Candidate Statement

Danny started with his own dancing group for profit in his teenage years, then countless part-time jobs as a student and a profitable telecommunications franchise launched in his early twenties.

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DBAV Board 2018 – Candidate Statement

As De Heus we want to support the DBAV actively, as we believe the DBAV contributes to the success of Dutch businesses in Vietnam. Moreover, it's a very good opportunity for me to get to know people, to learn about doing business in Vietnam and I believe I can contribute to the DBAV with a fresh, young and entrepreneurial mind. - Arno Willemink

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DBAV Board 2018 – Candidate Statement

I believe my first year with the Dutch Business Association Vietnam Board has allowed me to understand and experience the process and decision making conversations that take place at least once a month in running the board. - Pavel Andreyevitsj Poskakukhin

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DBAV Board 2018 – Candidate Statement

As the new board will need some experience, I would like to stay on 1 more year to support them. I have been in the DBAV board 5 times now. I would like to share my experience with the new board and add value to the members by organizing relevant events and bring Vietnamese and Dutch businesses closer together. - Tau van Ngo

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Vietnam plans 500 hi-tech agricultural cooperatives by 2020

Vietnam has planned to have 500 hi-tech agricultural cooperatives and to increase the high-tech farming production value by five times by 2020.

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Vietnam manufacturing, processing sector: key driver for industrial growth

According to Anh, the nation's index of industrial production (IIP) last year experienced a significant year-on-year increase of 9.4 percent, much higher than 7.4 percent rise seen in the previous year and also surpassed the yearly target of 7.1-8 percent.

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Vietnam national team stuns Iraq in U-23 Asian Tournament to reach Semifinals

If you noticed thousands of jubilant people boasting Vietnamese flags flooding onto the street last night, there's a good reason why: Vietnam pulled off a stunning upset against Iraq in the quarterfinals of the AFC U-23 Championship.

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Confectionery market bustles before Tet

Confectioneries are indispensable in Vietnamese homes during Tet or traditional Lunar New Year festival. Though Tet won't arrive for another month, the confectionery market is already bustling.

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Ho Chi Minh City prepares human resources for smart city project

Ho Chi Minh City has approved a smart city project until 2020 period with a vision to 2025. One of the project's priorities will be creating qualified human resources.

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