Exporters told how to conquer Thai market Business

Exporters told how to conquer Thai market

Vietnamese exporters need to improve the quality of their products and take advantage of online platforms to reach foreign buyers amid the pandemic, especially in Thailand, a seminar heard in Ho Chi Minh City recently.
GMS countries seek to revive tourism World

GMS countries seek to revive tourism

Countries from the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) convened the first Destination Mekong Summit via video conference on August 26 to discuss ways to revive tourism during and after the COVID-19 crisis, according to the Cambodian Ministry of Tourism.
ASEAN senior officials gather in Da Nang World

ASEAN senior officials gather in Da Nang

The ASEAN Senior Officials’ Meeting (SOM) took place in the central coastal city of Da Nang on March 4 with the participation of hundreds of senior officials from the 10 ASEAN member countries.
Vietnam, Cambodia seek to reduce congestion at border gate Society

Vietnam, Cambodia seek to reduce congestion at border gate

Vietnamese Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The and Cambodian Minister for Public Works and Transport Sun Chanthol made a fact-finding trip to Moc Bai – Bavet border gate to seek ways to reduce congestion in customs clearance of goods and passengers there.
Vietnam active at multilateral, bilateral meetings within AMM-52 Politics

Vietnam active at multilateral, bilateral meetings within AMM-52

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh attended the ASEAN-Russia Foreign Ministers’ Meeting and the ASEAN-New Zealand Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on July 31 in Bangkok, Thailand, as part of the 52nd ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM-52) and related meetings.
Vietnam’s Mekong Delta may be submerged by 2100: scientists Environment

Vietnam’s Mekong Delta may be submerged by 2100: scientists

Nearly the entire Mekong Delta region of Vietnam – an area that makes up 50 percent of the national rice output, 65 percent of seafood, and 70 percent of fruit – could sink underwater by the year 2100, scientists from the Netherlands’ Utrecht University have warned.