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Intel launches first ‘Made-in-Vietnam’ CPU
Intel Products Vietnam, an affiliate of the US-based Intel Corporation, on July 29 launched its first central processing unit (CPU) product named Haswell manufactured at its factory in the Saigon Hi-tech Park.
Int’l physics conference opens in Binh Dinh
Nearly 80 domestic and foreign physicists are taking part in an international conference in Quy Nhon city of central Binh Dinh province to share the latest achievements and enhance cooperation in the field.
Experts talk science-technology for Central Highlands agriculture
More than 400 local and foreign scientists, policy makers and entrepreneurs discussed science –technology cooperation for the sustainable agricultural development of the Central Highlands at a seminar in Lam Dong province on July 24.
Major construction expo to highlight mining industry
The mining industry will come to the fore at the International Exhibition of Construction Technologies, Vietconstech 2014, which is slated for December 10-13 in Hanoi.
New testing software makes learning Vietnamese easier
Software recently released from the Vietnam National University – Hanoi (VNU-HN) aids students in familiarising themselves with the criteria and standard exam questions for Vietnamese language tests for foreign people, according to the English language news website VietNamNet Bridge.
UNDP report promotes energy sector reform
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) announced a report titled “green growth and fossil fuel fiscal policies in Vietnam” at a meeting in Hanoi on June 16.
More policies needed to develop high-tech support industry
So far, high-tech industries have recorded the lowest localisation rates, accounting for only 15-20 percent of product prices. Therefore, more policies are needed to encourage investment and development in this segment, the Vietnam Economic News reported.
IT firms focus on solutions for agriculture production
Vietnamese information technology (IT) firms are aiming for higher profits by focusing on a new sector, agricultural production, the VietNamNet Bridge reported on June 13.
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Photographers win gold medals at int'l contest
VN's photographers won three golds at the int'l photo competition Prilep Salon in Macedonia.
VN, France seek to boost partnership
Deputy PM and FM Pham Binh Minh on July 30 had a telephone talk with French FM Laurent Fabius.
Cabinet meeting: economy keeps on track
July continues to see positive socio-economic development, heard a Cabinet meeting in Hanoi on July 30.
VN, US Agent Orange victims meet
Representatives of the second and third generations of AO victims from VN and the US met in Hanoi on July 29.
Leaders pay tribute to war heroes
VN’s top leaders on July 25 laid a wreath and offered incense in tribute to war heroes and martyrs.
Seven-month CPI sees lowest rise in 13 years
The CPI in the first seven months of 2014 was up 1.62 percent year-on-year.
ASEAN, EU look towards strategic partnership
ASEAN and the EU agreed to develop their ties into a strategic partnership.
VNA, PRD to enhance information sharing
The VNA and Thailand's Public Relations Department (PRD) have vowed to enhance information exchange.
Agricultural sector urged to push satellite technology application
Vietnam pockets two bronzes at MS Office finals
Photos capture the world in eyes of ethnic children
Akita firms explore Binh Duong business climate
Press agencies urged to promote national great unity
Tourism sector continues to perform soundly in H2
Prehistoric sites discovered in Central Highlands Gia Lai
Vietnam to begin encyclopaedia compilation this year
Khanh Hoa told to become development centre
Hot tickets for Ho Chi Minh City-Thanh Hoa air route
Philippines evacuates 13,000 citizens from Libya
Vietnam Airlines posts 1.3 billion USD revenue in H1
Wood export value rises
UN envoy on freedom of religion visits Vietnam
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