Coffee exports in the first half of 2020 earned an estimated $1.6 billion, a year-on-year rise of 2.5%, according to the Import-Export Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Vietnam’s most seriously ill COVID-19 patient, a British pilot who at one point seemed close to death, left hospital on Saturday on his way home after a dramatic recovery that attracted attention.
At least 30.8 million Vietnamese workers aged over 15 in Vietnam had their jobs removed, reduced or salary cut during the first half of this year on COVID-19, General Statistics Office said.
Industry officials proposed a new electricity generation plan that allows the development of nuclear power after 2035, VnExpress cited information from Wednesday conference held by Ministry of Industry and Trade.
- Virus-free UK pilot, symbol of Vietnam's pandemic success, to return home 1
- Nearly 31mln workers in Vietnam hit by pandemic, unemployment rate could rise 2
- Vietnam considers to develop nuclear power after 2035 3
- Daegu becomes the fifth Korean bank licensed to operate in Vietnam 4
- Diphtheria is spreading quickly in Vietnam's main coffee region, tally hits 63 5
- Six-month budget revenue falls to seven-year low on COVID-19 pandemic 6
South Korea-based Daegu Bank has received a certificate from the State Bank of Vietnam to open a branch in Ho Chi Minh City.
Four provinces in Central Highland, the major coffee-producing region in Vietnam, has recorded 63 diphtheria cases as of Monday, 10 patients more than a day earlier, Ministry of Health said.
Vietnam’s budget revenue in first half of this year dropped 10.5% from 2019, lowest since 2013, Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung told Tuesday cabinet meeting attended by PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The most gravely-ill coronavirus patient in Vietnam has been declared free of the virus and scheduled to flight home on July 12, Ministry of Health said.
Over 327,000 Ho Chi Minh City employees have lost their jobs in the first half of 2020 due to the novel coronavirus, the highest tally for the past four years.
Leaders of Quang Nam province is seeking approval to allow private companies to invest and operate Chu Lai International Airport, a similar policy applied to Van Don Airport in Quang Ninh province.
Nine more people in the Central Highlands Province of Gia Lai have confirmed to be positive for diphtheria bacteria bringing infection cases of diphtheria to 10 including one death.
Vietnam saw second quarter unemployment rate in urban areas reach a 10-year high of 4.46 percent, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Taiwanese shoemaker Pouyuen, the largest employers in Ho Chi Minh City has announced it was laying off 6,000 workers temporarily since the Covid-19 pandemic caused order shortage.
Laos is pushing ahead with a hydropower project on the Mekong River, despite reservations aired by neighbouring countries over its potential to harm fisheries and farming downstream, Mekong River Commission said.
The US-Vietnam joint-stock company - Chan May LNG JSC will sign agreements involving American equipment and construction of a power plant worth $6.2 billion in Thu Thien - Hue.
Indonesian citizen who had been suspected to have contracted with coronavirus in initial test and 145 people whom he had contact have shown negative results.