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maandag 5 november 2018

Vietnam: Airline passengers projected to double in 2037

Airline passengers projected to double in 2037

The number of airline passengers could double to 8.2 billion in 2037, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said in a 20-year forecast on October 24.

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HCM City presents scholarships to over 500 students

The Ho Chi Minh City Study Encouragement Association on October 28th granted scholarships worth USD 77,400 to more than 500 students.

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Banks race to fund green energy projects

Commercial banks are rushing to provide loans for green energy projects amid a wave of investment in the growing industry, dubbed a landmark for the country's renewable energy outlook.

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Vietnamese Deputy Prime Ministre Trinh Dinh Dung visits France

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung is paying a working visit to France from October 26th – 28th to seek measures to continue cementing ties between Vietnam and France.

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Higher education administrators get international training

Leaders and senior officials from 13 universities and four colleges are participating in a training course on "Internal Quality Assurance for Higher Education Institution in Vietnam" which opened in Ho Chi Minh City on October 29th.

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Commercial banks race to fund green energy project

Commercial banks are rushing to provide loans for green energy projects amid a wave of investment in the growing industry, dubbed a landmark for the country's renewable energy outlook.

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Online advertising takes up the lion's share of the business budget

Businesses allocate kingly sums of their advertising budget to social networks like Facebook or YouTube.

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City International Hospital and Stroke International Services establish the holistic stroke center

VIR On the World Stroke Day, October 29th, City International Hospital (CIH) and Stroke International Services (SIS) signed an agreement to form the first holistic stroke center, to offer the stroke care service to millions of patients in Ho Chi Minh City and Mekong Delta.   The agreement between City International Hospital (CIH) and Stroke International... View Article

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Auto support industry needs to take the initiative

The domestic automotive parts industry has failed to reach the set target despite support from the Government, said Nguyen Thi Tue Anh, deputy director of the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM).

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EP delegation works with Binh Dinh on the fight against IUU fishing

A delegation from the European Parliament (EP)'s Committee on Fisheries led by EP spokesman Mato Gabriel held a working session with authorities from the central province of Binh Dinh on October 31 to discuss efforts to fight illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing as required by the European Commission.

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Minister promises support for local firms amid its integration

Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh pledged continued support for domestic businesses in the context of international economic integration while fielding questions raised by National Assembly deputies on October 31st.

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"Yellow card" warning motivates responsible, sustainable fishery: Minister

The "yellow card" warning must be taken as motivation to transform the fishery sector into a responsible and sustainable industry, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong has said.

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Top 10 challenges of doing business in Chile

Chile is one of Latin America's wealthiest, most stable and competitive countries, but when it comes to starting a business there are many regulatory and bureaucratic challenges. It is important to have the local knowledge to set your company up for success in Chile.

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Govt saves blue crab population

The government has successfully established 320 blue crab banks across Thailand in an effort to raise the number of blue crabs in the sea.

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New decree facilitates rice trading, export activities

New regulations included in Decree No.107/2018 ND-CP have helped cut down costs for businesses in market engagement activities and created the strong motivation for the improvement of their trading capacity and the promotion of rice exports, said business representatives at a conference in Ho Chi Minh City on November 1st.

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Disruption as opportunity now in Asia

On 10 November 2018 at Sofitel Saigon Plaza, Quals Business Consultants group invited you to participate in a workshop "Disruption as opportunity now in Asia".

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Maximising the value of escrow in a transaction

Whenever buyers and sellers engage in a transaction, escrow can help assure that before completing the agreement's terms and obligations are fulfilled and that the buyer's funds are available.

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AkzoNobel acquires Malaysia's Colourland Paints business

AkzoNobel has strengthened its business in Asia by acquiring (100% shares in) Colourland Paints Sdn Bhd and Colourland Paints (Marketing) Sdn Bhd – both referred to as "Colourland Paints" – a home-grown paints and coatings manufacturer with a wide distribution across Malaysia.

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DAMEN'S CAPTAINS' CHALLENGE NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKED

Amid all the tours, presentations and networking at Damen's recent Workboat Festival there was one feature that stood out from all the rest for being highly satisfying for some, and distinctly frustrating for others. The Captains' Challenge was open to all comers, and all it required was that contestants drive a launch 80 meters across the harbor.

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Vietnamese coffee needs to be more than just pure and delicious: expert

As coffee has become not just a commercially viable product but also a way of life in Vietnam, producers should make sure they focus on customer experience no less than the drink purity and quality, industry insiders said at an expo in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday.

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URC Vietnam steps on warpath to innovation

URC Vietnam, a subsidiary of the Filipino leader in snack foods and beverages Universal Robina Corporation (URC), is remaining steadfast in its ­commitment to quality and safety via the application of ­Industry 4.0 technologies.

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