Man admits immigration offence in Essex lorry deaths World

Man admits immigration offence in Essex lorry deaths

Gheorghe Nica, 43, accused of manslaughter over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants whose bodies were discovered in the back of a lorry near London, the UK, last year, pleaded guilty to an immigration offence on October 7.
UK police charge another over Essex lorry deaths Society

UK police charge another over Essex lorry deaths

British police on March 16 charged another man as part of their investigation into the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people found dead inside a refrigeration trailer in Essex, northeast of London, last October.
Vietnamese expats in UK mourn victims of lorry tragedy Society

Vietnamese expats in UK mourn victims of lorry tragedy

A delegation from the Vietnamese Embassy and the associations of Vietnamese expatriates and students in the UK headed by Ambassador Tran Ngoc An laid wreaths at Thurrock Council on November 7 to commemorate 39 Vietnamese victims of the lorry tragedy in Essex.
Minister provides insight into labour export Society

Minister provides insight into labour export

Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung said all countries that receive Vietnamese workers must have labour agreements with Vietnam and comply with those documents.
EVFTA to create new push for economic growth: Minister Business

EVFTA to create new push for economic growth: Minister

The successful negotiations and signing of the free trade agreements with big partners will heighten Vietnam’s image in the world stage, creating a new push for the economic growth in the long term, Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has said, refering to the trade deals recently inked with the EU.