Discovering busy marina cities around the world Travel

Discovering busy marina cities around the world

The luxury real estate model that includes a marina with high-class facilities has become a symbol of the life of the upper class for years. Many developed countries over the world have made their mark with this special model such as the Marina City in the US, Dubai Marina in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Coffee chains still grow amid pandemic Business

Coffee chains still grow amid pandemic

Despite the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, competition between coffee chains in Vietnam has become increasingly fierce with more giants trying to grab a slice of the lucrative market.
PV GAS receives first LPG batch from Saudi Aramco Business

PV GAS receives first LPG batch from Saudi Aramco

The PetroVietnam Gas Trading Company (PV GAS Trading) received a batch of 46,000 tonnes of refrigerated liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from Saudi Aramco in early June, making it the first direct customer of the Saudi Arabian public petroleum and natural gas company in Vietnam.
Indonesia plans to extend tax break on cars World

Indonesia plans to extend tax break on cars

Indonesia is planning to extend a luxury tax break on the sale of sedans and two-wheel drive cars with engine power of less than 1,500 cc to August to support its pandemic-hit automotive industry.
2021 economic outlook remains positive despite COVID-19 resurgence Business

2021 economic outlook remains positive despite COVID-19 resurgence

Despite the complexity of the fourth COVID-19 wave, Vietnam’s GDP growth is forecast to exceed 6.5 percent this year on the back of surging industrial production and global economic recovery, according to Assoc. Prof. and PhD Dinh Trong Thinh, a senior economist from the Academy of Finance.
Tra fish exports expected to continue recovering Business

Tra fish exports expected to continue recovering

The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) forecasts that Vietnam's tra fish (pangasius) exports will continue to grow in the coming months thanks to the control of the COVID-19 pandemic in importing countries, said VASEP Secretary Truong Dinh Hoe.