Egyptian ministry to assist Vietnamese victims in bomb attack Society

Egyptian ministry to assist Vietnamese victims in bomb attack

Egyptian Tourism Minister Rania Al-Mashat on December 29 affirmed that her ministry will coordinate with the Vietnamese Embassy in Egypt to create favorable conditions for relatives of Vietnamese tourists who were killed and injured in the bomb blast in Giza to come to the country.
Stocks fall on waning liquidity Business

Stocks fall on waning liquidity

The VN-Index on September 29 fell below the psychological support level of 600 points, losing 0.86 percent to close the session at 599.78 points.

Surging demand drives investment activity

Profit-taking increased last week, but high demand for shares helped narrow the declines of indices and maintain investor morale. Trading by foreign investors contributed to motivating the market.

Public awareness crucial to fight drug abuse

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged people from all walks of life to fully realise the devastating effects of drugs as a proportion of them have so far perceived ambiguously the danger of the addictive substance, especially methamphetamine.

New training course to help disabled people

The Hanoi Independent Living Centre for the Disabled began a new training course for disabled people to help them become more confident when taking part in social activities and get more out of their lives on Aug. 24.