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Vietnam’s export turnover to expand 8-10 pct in 2018

Vietnam’s export growth in 2018 is hoped to be 8-10% higher than in 2017, according to a plan set by the National Assembly and the Government.

Five export product groups hit US$1bn mark in January

VOV.VN - The turnover of export commodities in January is estimated at US$19 billion, up 33.1% on last year’s same period,, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Vietnamese fishermen save American sailor stranded at sea for a month

A US sailor who was stranded on his damaged vessel for more than a month at sea has arrived safely back on dry land in central Vietnam.

Latin America​’s premium coffee growers branch out to cheaper robusta beans

The shift would bring supplies closer to North American coffee makers, compared to major robusta markets like Vietnam and Brazil.​

Vietnam pepper industry about to burst

Vietnam’s pepper farmers are on pins and needles as pepper prices continue to decline. The industry, once known for its high profit margins, is in crisis due to unsustainable development, lack of strict control over production and unforeseeable speculation.

US veterans hand over records of martyrs’ remains in Quang Tri

The Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) on January 30 handed over records related to remains of Vietnamese soldiers who laid down their lives in 1971 at Khe Gio bridge in Cam Thanh commune, Cam Lo district, the central province of Quang Tri.

Behind enemy lines: Vietnam's female spies who helped change the war

In their teenage years, the Perfume River squad fought bravely in the war-shaping event the Tet Offensive. 

Vietnam Veterans of America members honoured

The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) has presented certificates of merit and “For peace, friendship among nations” insignia to the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) and some of its members in recognition of their contributions to the normalisation and development of the Vietnam-US relations.

Turning point of the war: 1968 Tet Offensive

The 1968 Tet Offensive, also known as the Mau Than General Offensive, was among one of the largest campaigns during the two-decade-long American War in Vietnam.

Vietnamese universities urged to attract more foreign students

More universities in Vietnam should open programmes to foreign students as demand for study-abroad courses has increased, according to education experts.

PM hosts American Bar Association President

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called on the American Bar Association (ABA) to help the Vietnam Bar Federation (VBF) improve its capacity in the face of increasingly complicated disputes when Vietnam is pushing international integration in economy, trade and investment.

Opposition to tax on sweet drinks

The Ministry of Finance is proposing to levy a special consumption tax of 10% on sweet drinks to combat child - and adult - obesity rates, a problem worrying Government and health experts. However, many business people disagree with the proposal.