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EVFTA to help improve Vietnam’s competitiveness: researcher

Business

EVFTA to help improve Vietnam’s competitiveness: researcher

The European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), once taking effect, will help increase the competitiveness of Vietnam as well local enterprises and commodities, said Pham Tat Thang, a senior researcher at the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Trade Research Institute.

Pork closely monitored in HCM City amid ASF outbreaks

Society

Pork closely monitored in HCM City amid ASF outbreaks

Official agencies and distributors in Ho Chi Minh City have dispatched their quality management teams to major slaughtering facilities and wholesale markets to ensure that 100 percent of pork coming to the market is of good quality and without diseases, especially African swine flu (ASF).

Vietnam Sea and Island Week launched in Bac Lieu

Environment

Vietnam Sea and Island Week launched in Bac Lieu

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu held a ceremony on June 1 to launch Vietnam Sea and Island Week and Action Month for the Environment in response to World Oceans Day and World Environment Day 2019.

Measures sought to help Bac Giang export more lychee

Business

Measures sought to help Bac Giang export more lychee

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has stressed the importance of quality management and traceability for lychee, a speciality fruit of the northern province of Bac Giang, to meet export requirements for China and other potential markets.

HCM City takes measures to ensure tap water quality

Society

HCM City takes measures to ensure tap water quality

The quality of tap water in Ho Chi Minh City is being closely monitored by production and distribution units as well as independent agencies such as the city’s Preventive Medicine Centre and district-level preventive health centres.

Private economy - a driving force for Hanoi

Business

Private economy - a driving force for Hanoi

The private sector is seen as a mainstay of Hanoi’s economic development as the nearly 250,000 firms make up 40 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) and generate jobs for over 50 percent of the labourers in the city.

Thailand, Japan join hands in PM2.5 dust reduction

ASEAN

Thailand, Japan join hands in PM2.5 dust reduction

Thailand and Japan have joined hands on air quality management and the reduction of fine PM 2.5 particulate matter in traffic congested areas, starting with air pollution surveys in Bangkok to find the sources of pollution by the end of this year, in order to create solutions to resolve this issue.