Business

Fair highlights high-quality indigenous goods

An exposition featuring high-quality traditional products was held in Hanoi from October 11-13 as part of activities to encourage local people to consume locally-made goods as appealed by the Vietnam Fatherland Front.
Business

Agricultural, craft products need GI protection

Tran Huu Nam, Deputy Director of the Industrial Property Office, told Economic and Urban Affairs newspaper about geographical indications, a term used to identify and protect products from a particular region.
High technology vital to agriculture development Sci-Tech

High technology vital to agriculture development

Developing high-tech agriculture is an important task and also the inevitable trend of Vietnam’s socioeconomic development strategies in the context of deeper international integration, the Nhan Dan (People) online newspaper said.
Society

Project helps improve life of ethnic women in Quang Nam

Ethnic minority women in the central province of Quang Nam are enjoying a better life thanks to a project co-funded by the Luxembourg Government and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
Japan to join Hue Traditional Craft Festival Festival

Japan to join Hue Traditional Craft Festival

Japan will display the traditional costumes of people in the city of Saijo and Ishizuchi – a popular kind of tea in the city - during the 2013 Hue Traditional Craft Festival, says Phan Canh Viet Cuong, Deputy Manager of the festival.
Business

Vietnam enjoys opportunity to boost agribusiness

Vietnam sees a great opportunity to develop its agribusiness sector thanks to recent positive improvements in the economy and business environment, according to the Business Monitor International (BMI).
Vietnam joins int’l display in Germany Culture - Sports

Vietnam joins int’l display in Germany

Vietnam’s cultural publications and traditional products drew much attention from visitors at an international display organised by Germany ’s Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) on August 25.