Vietnam morning news for September 3

Vietnam morning news for September 3

Vietnam morning newsVietnam Airlines Receives Permission to Operate United States Flights
Vietnam Airlines (VN/HVN) has received permission from the United States Department of Transportation to begin flights between its hubs in Vietnam and the United States. The airline has also received fifth freedom rights for routes on which it will include a stopover between the two countries.
— Aero Nautics Online

Viet Nam boosts fight against illegal timber products
Illegally harvested timber, as well as traders of this item, will not be able to enter the supply chain Viet Nam is putting in place under the Voluntary Partnership Agreement on Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (VPA/FLEGT), an official has said.
— Viet Nam News

VietinBank Securities to pay a cash dividend at 10 per cent rate
Each shareholder with receive VNĐ1,000 per share, with the payout date September 27.
— Viet Nam News

State Audit Office of Vietnam, World Bank to boost cooperation
Officials of the State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV) and the World Bank (WB) have discussed cooperation in the fields of shared concern at a recent meeting that was part of the SAV delegation’s working visit to the US from August 27 to 30.
— Sggp News

Car imports plummet in August
Vietnam imported around 9,000 completely built up cars in August, down from the average of 12,500 in the previous seven months.
— VnExpress

Industrial production up 9.5% this year
GSO statisticians said the nation’s IIP ensured a stable growth of more than 9 per cent recorded since the beginning of this year.
— Viet Nam News

Saigon considers widening new road to airport
The outlay for a new road to Ho Chi Minh City’s Tan Son Nhat airport could be tripled as two more lanes are added.
— VnExpress

Retail sales up 11.5% in January-August
Việt Nam’s total revenues for retail trade and services reached an estimated VNĐ3.21 quadrillion (US$137.4 billion) in the first eight months of 2019, up 11.5 per cent year on year.
— Viet Nam News

Yangon wishes to learn Hanoi’s development experience
Chairman of Yangon Region Parliament U Tin Maung Htun expressed his desire to learn Hanoi’s experience on maintaining and conserving the capital city’s architecture works.
— The Hanoitimes

Tra fish export continues downward trend
The export value of tra fish in July continued to drop for the fifth consecutive month, down 12.7 percent year-on-year, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
— VietnamPlus

PV panels offer hope for Vietnam’s shrimp and pangasius producers
A number of pilot plants that aim to demonstrate how dual land use for aquaculture and photovoltaics can solve Vietnam’s growing demands for land and energy are currently being established along the Mekong.
— The Fish Site

Central bank says small companies should be able to access bank loans
A conference meant to link up banks with companies in the Mekong Delta was held in Cần Thơ City on August as part of efforts to ease the difficulties small and medium-sized enterprises have in accessing credit.
— Viet Nam News

OVL seeks 2-year extension for exploring Vietnamese oil block
ONGC Videsh Ltd, the overseas arm of Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), has sought yet another two-year extension to explore a Vietnamese oil block in the contested waters of the South China Sea.
— Millennium Post

Colourful metal screens and plants cover factory and offices in Hanoi
Perforated metal screens and plants cover the facade of a factory and office complex in Hanoi, Vietnam, designed by Studio VDGA for electronics manufacturer Star Engineers.
— Dezeen

Vietjet opens new route to Taipei
Vietjet has announced its latest direct route connecting Danang, a coastal city in Central Vietnam with Taipei the capital of Taiwan.
— TTR Weekly

Legal age for children should be adjusted for better protection
Redefining children as those under the age of 18 is key to helping younger people access child protection services before they are legally classed as an adult.
— Viet Nam News

Gruelling task of guarding Vietnam’s founding father
The task of safeguarding the embalmed corpse of Vietnam’s revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh is gruelling – carefully selected riflemen work around the clock, watching over the communist nation’s founding father, who died 50 years ago today.
— The Straits Times

Flywire and Vietnam Prosperity Bank Partner on International Tuition Payments for Vietnamese Students
Flywire and Vietnam Prosperity Bank (VPBank) today announced a new partnership that will simplify international tuition payments for Vietnamese students.
— Yahoo News

Vietnam’s squad leave for Group G opener against hosts Thailand
The Vietnamese national football team arrived in Thailand on the afternoon of September 1, preparing to kick-start their 2022 FIFA World Cup Asian Qualifiers second round campaign, with the opening match of Group G against hosts Thailand on September 5.
— Nhan Dan Online

Vietnam Says South China Sea Tensions Causing Global Concerns
Vietnam said “serious developments” in the South China Sea have increased tensions in the region and are triggering concern among the international community.
— BloomBerg

Vietnam Airlines launches cash and miles payment method
This scheme is exclusively for Lotusmiles members purchasing tickets on the website or at its ticket offices.
— Viet Nam News

Vietnam Festa in Kanagawa 2019 to be held Sept 7-8
The fifth Vietnam Festa in Kanagawa will take place on Sept 7 and 8. The event is a showcase of the attractions of Vietnam, such as food, culture, business and economy. It’s a great chance to immerse yourself in the world of Vietnam.
— Japan Today

Northern Vietnam village spins a yarn
Handmade silk produced by Co Chat Village in Nam Dinh Province for centuries is famous for its quality and durability.
— VnExpress

Paradise found: Vietnam’s eco-friendly luxury hideaway
These days it’s not uncommon to see resorts and hotel chains get on the eco bandwagon; some are genuine and take on the task with gusto and I commend their efforts immensely. Others do a few small token gestures in the hope that it will appease the masses and they will be seen to be doing the right thing.
— Busselton Mail

Saigon nabs 22 foreigners for traffic violations
Saigon police have caught 22 foreigners in two weeks of a campaign cracking down on expats and tourists committing traffic violations.
— VnExpress

ITE HCMC welcomes more buyers
HO CHI MINH CITY, 2 September 2019, Ho Chi Minh City hosts the 15th International Travel Expo 5 to 7 September with a record turnout of 250 travel buyers and more exhibition space.
— TTR Weekly

Photo exhibition on Spratly islands underway in Hanoi
The event was held on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of Vietnam’s National Day by the Youth Club for Sea and Islands, Vietnam Youth Museum and Literature Publishing House.
— The Hanoitimes

Storm Podul killed at least 6 and left 2 others missing in Vietnam
Flash floods, thunderstorm and lightning triggered by Storm Podul, the fourth hitting the East Sea, left 6 people killed, 4 injured and 2 others missing as of 3 pm on September 1.
— Vietnam Insider

Vietnam’s National Day marked across continents
Vietnam’s diplomatic missions in many countries have held ceremonies to celebrate the country’s 74th National Day (September 2, 1945-2019).
— VietnamPlus

Vietnam commemorating 50 years since Ho Chi Minh death
Ho Chi Minh is still revered in Vietnam, seen as the man who brought independence to the country.
— Aljazeera

Vietnam And Bangladesh Offer Good Opportunities
Ruchir Desai, Fund Manager, Asia Frontier Capital, joined Juliette Saly on Daybreak Asia. He takes a look at opportunities ongoing trade tensions offer in frontier markets, starting with Vietnam and Bangladesh.
— BloomBerg

Masan Group makes it into Forbes Asia 200 Best Over a Billion list
Forbes Asia has named the 200 best-performing listed companies in the Asia – Pacific region with revenues of a US$1 billion or more, and Masan Group is one of seven from Việt Nam.
— Viet Nam News

Kido Foods to buy back 3 million shares
The purchase aims to stabilise KDF’s stock price.
— Viet Nam News

Vietnam travel pace dips
Vietnam’s tourism growth rate slows this year according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism.
— TTR Weekly

Golfzone makes foray into Vietnam
South Korea’s leading golf simulator maker, Golfzone, is seeking to enhance its business presence in Vietnam, riding on the sport’s growing popularity in the Southeast Asian country.
— Korea Herald

Conscientious objector experiments during the Vietnam War
A 68-year-old Central Ohio resident shares horror stories of physical torment he endured at the hands of the U.S. Government during the Vietnam War
— The New Political

Three top travel agencies to equitise soon
Three leading travel agencies in Vietnam, which own a range of luxury hotels, look set to equitise by the end of next year.
— VietnamPlus

Vinh Phuc delegation seeks investment from Czech Republic
A delegation from Vinh Phuc held several activities and meetings in the Czech Republic on August 29 and 30 to attract investment to the northern province.
— VietnamPlus

WTT Renamed as HKBN Enterprise Solutions
HKBN Ltd. (“HKBN”; SEHK stock code: 1310) announced today that integration of its enterprise solutions businesses is now largely completed, just four months after the acquisition of WTT HK Limited (“WTT”). WTT has been renamed to HKBN Enterprise Solutions HK Limited.
— Viet Nam News

Christy Trang Le of Go-Viet on bringing a multi-service platform to all Vietnamese
Christy Trang Le was appointed as CEO of Go-Viet in April this year following the departure of two top executives.
— Kr-Asia

Bivalve exports face difficulties: forum
Though exports of bivalves such as clams and scallops have great potential, the industry is facing challenges related to food safety standards and farming, experts told a forum in HCM City on Friday.
— Viet Nam News



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