The world most gilded hotel opens in Hanoi Travel

The world most gilded hotel opens in Hanoi

The hotel owner and Chairman of Hoa Binh Group, Mr. Nguyen Huu Duong, confirmed that this is a unique construction in the world. The hotel is now being considered to be in the Vietnam Record List.
Vietnamese lychees hit shelves in Singapore Business

Vietnamese lychees hit shelves in Singapore

Vietnamese lychee was officially put up for sale in Singapore’s FairPrice supermarket chain, making the first year when the specialty fruit has been imported from the Southeast Asian country on a large scale.
Vietnam shows proactive, responsible chairmanship of ASEAN: opinions ASEAN

Vietnam shows proactive, responsible chairmanship of ASEAN: opinions

By successfully organising the teleconferenced 36th ASEAN Summit amid complex developments of COVID-19, Vietnam has once again affirmed its proactive and responsible chairmanship of ASEAN in 2020, which is also the common assessment shared by many foreign leaders and experts.
Research urges ASEAN countries to adjust tax policies ASEAN

Research urges ASEAN countries to adjust tax policies

The Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR), in coordination with Oxfam, Prakarsa, Tax and Fiscal Justice Asia (TAFJA) and Vietnam Tax Justice Alliance (VATJ), on June 25 announced research outcomes on the case of corporate tax incentives in the ASEAN towards sustainable tax policies in the ASEAN Region.
ASEAN 2020: Six reports from ASEAN Secretary General adopted ASEAN

ASEAN 2020: Six reports from ASEAN Secretary General adopted

Six reports from the ASEAN Secretary General and community pillars submitted to the upcoming 36th ASEAN Summit were adopted at the 26th ASEAN Coordinating Council Meeting, held online in Hanoi on June 24 under the chair of Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh.
First batches of Vietnamese lychee arrive in Japan Business

First batches of Vietnamese lychee arrive in Japan

The first batches of fresh “thieu” lychee to Japan, more than 2 tonnes in total, have gone through customs clearance at Japan's Narita International Airport and will be hitting shelves soon, according to the Plant Protection Department.