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Farmers cash in on intercropping

Farmers in the Tây Nguyên (Central Highlands) region are earning high incomes from growing perennial fruit trees, which are currently in high demand.

   

VN, Australia celebrate 25 years of agricultural cooperation

The Australian Government has invested some AUD$100 million (US$77.4 million) in 170 research projects in Việt Nam in the past 25 years.

   

Self-made bank changing the lives of local women

Local women in a small town in Sóc Trăng Province are working together to escape poverty. A special interest free loan from a local collective bank is responsible for bringing hope into the [ … ]

   

Weather forecast set to improve in 2018

Meteorologists will now be able to predict storms five days in advance instead of the current three-day early prediction, said a representative of the Meteorological and Hydrological Forecas [ … ]

   

IFC to assist in building smart city

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) will help HCM City build a smart city plan.

   

Disabled people need more support

Although the Government and citizens offer some support to people with disabilities, much more needs to be done, according to officials.

   

225-kg bomb found on road construction site

A Mark 82 (MK 82 - an unguided bomb) bomb weighing 225 kilos was found on Friday morning at a road construction site in Thủy Cơ Hamlet, Tiên Lãng Commune in northeastern province of Quảng Ni [ … ]

   

Prime Minister signs Directive on strengthening management of cryptocurrency

Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has signed a directive strengthening the management of activities related to bitcoin and other virtual currencies.

   

Dialogue on safety at work

Dialogues on occupational safety and health policies are essential to share information and increase understanding among employers, workers, trade unions and agencies, according to an offici [ … ]

   

Vietnamese scientists need more autonomy, says Deputy PM Dam

Scattered investment and red tape have held back science and technology research in Việt Nam, scientists said at a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam yesterday.

   

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