Tireless efforts made to soothe Agent Orange pain Society

Tireless efforts made to soothe Agent Orange pain

Joining hands to soothe the pain caused by Agent Orange (AO) is not only a charitable or humanitarian deed but firstly an activity to express gratitude to revolution contributors and the sense of responsibility of each Vietnamese people.
Cambodian police seize large haul of narcotics World

Cambodian police seize large haul of narcotics

Cambodia’s anti-drug police have arrested a gang of 11 foreigners who were suspected of producing illicit drugs and confiscated nearly two tonnes of narcotics in Phnom Penh and three other provinces, the Khmer Times reported.
US company pours 7 billion USD into Indonesia World

US company pours 7 billion USD into Indonesia

Air Products & Chemicals - a multinational industrial gas and chemicals manufacturer headquartered in the US, has carried out the first phase of its investment in projects worth 7 billion USD in Indonesia over the past two years.
Vietnam to push ahead with mine action: PM Society

Vietnam to push ahead with mine action: PM

Vietnam will push ahead with the settlement of wartime unexploded ordnance (UXO) consequences and also expects continued assistance from international partners in this work, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh told a conference in Hanoi on February 17.
NA Vice Chairman calls for more support for AO victims Society

NA Vice Chairman calls for more support for AO victims

Permanent National Assembly (NA) Vice Chairman Tran Thanh Man December 27 called on individuals and organisations at home and abroad to uphold the traditional of mutual support and take more practical actions to help Agent Orange (AO) victims.
SCG sale revenue in Vietnam surges 41 percent in Q2 Business

SCG sale revenue in Vietnam surges 41 percent in Q2

SCG, a cement and building material conglomerate in the ASEAN region, has announced a revenue from sales in Vietnam at over 9.85 trillion VND (428 million USD) in the second quarter of this year, up 41 percent year-on-year.
Impact of catastrophic Agent Orange disaster still lingers Society

Impact of catastrophic Agent Orange disaster still lingers

Sixty years have passed since the US army dropped tens of millions of extremely toxic chemicals on various areas across the south of Vietnam, but their devastating impact still lingers, destroying the environment and claiming the lives of many generations of Agent Orange (AO) victims.
German media: plaintiffs and supporters of Tran To Nga’s lawsuit not deterred World

German media: plaintiffs and supporters of Tran To Nga’s lawsuit not deterred

Many newspapers of German have run stories highlighting the lawsuit lodged by Vietnamese French Tran To Nga against 14 multinational chemical companies that produced the toxic chemicals sprayed by the US army in Vietnam during the war, affirming that the plaintiff and her supporters are not deterred by the ruling of a French court that the case fell outside its jurisdiction.
Electronics leads HCM City industrial revival Business

Electronics leads HCM City industrial revival

Electronics production in HCM City increased sharply in the first two months of the year thanks to efforts to stabilise export markets and foster manufacturing, according to the city Department of Industry and Trade.
545 mln USD spent on bomb and mine detection, clearance over last decade Society

545 mln USD spent on bomb and mine detection, clearance over last decade

Vietnam spent a total of 12.6 trillion VND (545 million USD) on bomb and mine detection and clearance during the 2010-2020 period, the Standing Office of the National Steering Committee on the Settlement of Post-war Unexploded Ordnance and Toxic Chemicals revealed at its conference in Hanoi on January 8.