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Japanese-standard dairy products to enter Vietnamese market

Business

Japanese-standard dairy products to enter Vietnamese market

Vietnam Nutrition Food JSC (NutiFood) and Japanese beverage group Asahi, the owner of baby food brand Wakodo, on January 10 announced the establishment of their joint venture, aiming to bring nutritional products for children that fit Japanese standards into Vietnamese market.

NA Chairwoman hosts IPU Secretary General

Politics

NA Chairwoman hosts IPU Secretary General

National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan hosted a reception for Secretary General of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Martin Chungon on the sidelines of a conference themed “The National Assembly and the sustainable development goals” held in the central coastal city of Da Nang on December 17.

Vietnam acts to eliminate hunger by 2025

Society

Vietnam acts to eliminate hunger by 2025

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong has called on all ministries, sectors, international organisations, domestic and foreign businesses, experts, and volunteers to join hands in working towards a Vietnam free of hunger by 2025.

Experts talk over Vietnamese digital economy

Sci-Tech

Experts talk over Vietnamese digital economy

Domestic and foreign experts gathered at the Vietnam Digital Economy Forum 2018 (VDEF 2018) on November 1 to share strategic visions, practical experiences of the sector’s forerunners, and the indispensible trends of modern digital economy.

Double burden of malnutrition in Vietnam

Videos

Double burden of malnutrition in Vietnam

Vietnam faces the double burden of malnutrition, namely the coexistence of under-nutrition along with overweight and obesity. Expert say without efforts to raise awareness about the role of nutrition,

Female scientists’ role in sustainable growth highlighted

Society

Female scientists’ role in sustainable growth highlighted

The International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists - Asia and Pacific Nation Network (INWES-APNN) opened its eighth annual meeting in Hanoi on October 18, drawing over 200 female scientists from Asia-Pacific and representatives from the UN, international organisations and some ministries and agencies of Vietnam.