Netherlands eyes cashew industry in Binh Phuoc Business

Netherlands eyes cashew industry in Binh Phuoc

Orientations to develop Binh Phuoc cashew nut brand was the focus of discussion at a meeting between representatives from the People’s Committee of southern Binh Phuoc province, the Dutch Embassy and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on June 14.
Vietnam AutoExpo 2019 kicks off in Hanoi Business

Vietnam AutoExpo 2019 kicks off in Hanoi

The 16th International Exhibition on Automobile, Transportation and Supporting Industry (Vietnam AutoExpo 2019) kicked off at the National Convention Centre in Hanoi on June 12.
66 million USD invested in Dak Lak hi-tech agricultural park complex Business

66 million USD invested in Dak Lak hi-tech agricultural park complex

The Dak Lak People’s Committee and Hung Nhon Group from southern Binh Phuoc province and De Heus Group from the Netherlands signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Buon Ma Thuot city on May 28 on the construction of a hi-tech agricultural park complex in the Central Highland province.
Baseline study focuses on corporate responsibility for human rights Society

Baseline study focuses on corporate responsibility for human rights

The Vietnamese branch of the German non-profit foundation Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) has collaborated with the Centre for Development and Integration (CDI) to launch the baseline study on “UNGP Implementation in the Garment, Footwear, and Electronics Supply in Vietnam” in Ho Chi Minh City on May 28.
HCM City learns from Netherlands’ innovative technologies Politics

HCM City learns from Netherlands’ innovative technologies

Ho Chi Minh City wishes to learn from the Dutch city of Eindhoven’s experience in smart city development and cooperation models between the state and businesses, schools, and research institutes, especially in smart city building and operation, an official from HCM City said on May 21, as part of his visit to the Netherlands.
Tu Du Hospital, experts discuss ways to prevent pre-term births Health

Tu Du Hospital, experts discuss ways to prevent pre-term births

Pre-term births are the leading cause of global under-5 child mortality, as well as short- and long-term morbidities such as sepsis, retinopathy of prematurity, and neurodevelopment impairment, Dr Jane Hirst of Oxford University said at a conference held recently in Ho Chi Minh City.