Dong Tam case: Justice observed, consciences awakened Society

Dong Tam case: Justice observed, consciences awakened

The week-long first-instance trial of suspects charged with “murder” or “resisting on-duty officers” over a deadly incident in Dong Tam commune in Hanoi’s My Duc district has concluded, with the majority of defendants accepting the sentences they were given.
Petrolimex plans stock sale, divestment of State capital Business

Petrolimex plans stock sale, divestment of State capital

The Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) plans to sell 15 million treasury stocks in transactions held between June 16 and July 15 to mobilise capital for investment in 2020, announced chairman Pham Van Thanh at Petrolimex’s recent annual general meeting of shareholders.
Cambodia’s economy impacted by record-low oil prices World

Cambodia’s economy impacted by record-low oil prices

A grim report on the world economy by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced on April 15 caused oil prices to continue to slide, with international prices hitting the lowest level since 2002 as planned output cuts were deemed insufficient to offset a COVID-19-fuelled slump in demand.
Adjustments needed for oil and gas sector to overcome hardships Business

Adjustments needed for oil and gas sector to overcome hardships

Currently, the oil and gas industry is suffering from the double impact of the Covid-19 epidemic and decline in oil prices that greatly affects the production and business plan in particular and the operation of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam or PVN) in general.
Toyota to produce electric vehicles in Indonesia World

Toyota to produce electric vehicles in Indonesia

PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) is ready to start battery electric vehicle (BEV) production at its factory located in Karawang, West Java, though its type had yet to be made public, Indonesia’s Antara News Agency reported.