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WEF Davos 2017 brings practical benefits to Vietnam: official

WEF Davos 2017 brings practical benefits to Vietnam: official

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s participation in the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland (WEF Davos 2017) helped Vietnam access new ideas and development trends in the world serving its building and implementation of

Hospitals warn about rising streptococcus suis infection cases

Hospitals have raised warning against rising cases of streptococcus suis infections due to people continuing to eat blood soup and constant contact with raw meat.

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City families face challenges finding domestic help during Tet

The demand for house help has been increasing as the Lunar New Year nears but there are few interested despite the increased wages offered.

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Former ambassador propose solutions to Hanoi's traffic jams

Former Vietnamese Ambassador to the UK, Vu Quang Minh proposed solutions to curb traffic jams in Hanoi with hope to win the city's VND4bn (USD177,000).

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SINGAPORE: Even as the economy slows, hiring by firms in Singapore is expected to remain stable in the year ahead as more multinational companies and start-ups choose to set up their operations here, according to an annual global salary

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Hanoi seeks ideas to develop Red River banks

Hanoi authorities have asked three construction giants to devise planning schemes to develop the areas along the iconic Hồng (Red) River that flows past the capital city.

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 Vietnam severely behind on public transport usage

A report by property consultants Savills Vietnam said that the rate of people that use public transport in urban is the lowest in Southeast Asia.

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Eight men own the same wealth as the poorest half of the world's population, a level of inequality which "threatens to pull our societies apart", Oxfam said on Monday ahead of the World Economic Forum opening in Davos.

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