Cyber attacks targeting Vietnam’s information systems down 7.8 pct Sci-Tech

Cyber attacks targeting Vietnam’s information systems down 7.8 pct

There were over 4,100 cyber attacks targeting Vietnam’s information systems in the first 10 months of 2020, down 7.8 percent against the same period last year, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) under the Ministry of Information and Communications’ Authority of Information Security has reported.
Top companies see profit slide in 9 months Business

Top companies see profit slide in 9 months

Forty of the largest companies by market capitalisation posted a 15 percent annual decline in total pre-tax profit, which fell to 162.8 trillion VND (7.02 billion USD) in January-September.
Supporting business promotes economic growth Videos

Supporting business promotes economic growth

Business is the central component of any country’s sustainable growth targets. To post growth of roughly 2.5 percent this year, Vietnam’s banking sector has been busy introducing a range of measures to assist businesses.
Vinamilk plans to import 1,200 milch cows from US in 2021 Business

Vinamilk plans to import 1,200 milch cows from US in 2021

Vinamilk, the largest dairy producer in Vietnam, recently imported 500 dairy cows from the US, and plans to buy additional 1,100-1,200 cows in 2021 for its dairy cow farm in the central province of Quang Ngai to boost the domestic supply of raw milk.
The temple that rests on the mountain, overlooks the sea Destinations

The temple that rests on the mountain, overlooks the sea

Cua Ong Temple in Cam Pha city, the northeastern coastal province of Quang Ninh, is not only an impressive historical relic site but also a tourist attraction that lures a large number of visitors from far and wide thanks to its charming beauty and sacredness.