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Bản Tin Ngày 12 Tháng 2 Năm 2014:

Vietnam To Have Longest Cross-Sea Bridge By 2017
HANOI, Feb 12 (Bernama) -- Construction contracts for the Tan Vu-Lach Huyen Expressway were signed here on Tuesday, allowing work on the 15.63 km road - comprising a 5.44 km bridge crossing the sea - to start on Saturday, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported here Wednesday. - Bernama   Feb 12

UN urged to act on Vietnam over death penalty
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — The United Nations should immediately freeze anti-drug assistance to Vietnam after the communist country sentenced 30 people to die for drug-related offenses, three human rights groups working to get countries to abolish the death penalty said Wednesday. Associated Press - Feb 11

Human rights groups urge the UN to stop anti-drug funding for Vietnam because of death penalty
Three groups working to get countries to abolish the death penalty have appealed to the United Nations to freeze anti-drug assistance to Vietnam after the communist country sentenced 30 people to die for drug-related offenses. Fox News -   Feb 11

Vietnam's rice exports slump as prices rise
Vietnam's rice shipments in January fell by 24 per cent compared with the same period last year even as export prices of the grain rose by 38        Asia News Network -  Feb 11

Vietnam Waiting For Larger Foreign Investors: Paper
HO CHI MINH CITY, Feb 11 (Bernama) -- After 25 years attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), Vietnam is now looking to large investors, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported citing an insight by the Sai Gon Giai Phong newpaper's English edition. Bernama   Feb 10

IT job recruitment site in Vietnam says Java, PHP, .NET are Vietnam’s most in-demand languages
ITviet sat down with us and gave us some insights into the evolving tech community in Vietnam. The languages indicate a clear picture of the needs. - Tech in Asia Feb 10

Vietnam Attends Singapore Aviation Leadership Summit
SINGAPORE, Feb 11 (Bernama) -- A delegation of the Vietnam Ministry of Transport led by Minister Dinh La Thang has attended the Singapore Airshow Aviation Leadership Summit (SAALS) on Monday, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported  - Bernama   Feb 10

Vietnam wants more Japanese investment
HANOI (Feb 10): Vietnamese President, Truong Tan Sang, has voiced hope that Japan will increase its investment in Vietnam - The Edge   Feb 09


Bản Tin Ngày 5 Tháng 2 Năm 2014:

West denounces repression of bloggers, religions in Vietnam
By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Western countries on Wednesday denounced Vietnam's jailing of bloggers and curbs on the Internet and called on its Communist government to respect basic freedoms of worship and expression. Britain's diplomat Ruth Tumer told the Geneva-based U.N. Human Rights Council that her country regretted "recent trends to control the Internet" and, with diplomats from ... Reuters Feb 05

Vietnam rights abuses criticised at UN review
Vietnam came under fire Wednesday over the harassment and jailing of regime critics and its expanded use of the death penalty, during a UN review of its rights record. Diplomats gathered at the UN Human Rights Council widely condemned continued restrictions on freedom of expression, including preventing activists from attending the hearing in Geneva. "Vietnam still harasses and detains those who ... AFP News Feb 05

Vietnam Prepares for UN Human Rights Review, Activists Lobby for Pressure
Representatives from the Vietnamese government will appear before the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva Wednesday for a review of its human rights record amid mounting criticism that Hanoi does not tolerate opposition voices. Rolando Gomez, spokesman for the council, told VOA’s Vietnamese service the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), which takes place every four years, is "a ... Voice of America   Feb 04


Vietnam blocks journalist from attending UN rights review
GENEVA, February 2, 2014 - Pham Chi Dung, a respected independent journalist and civil society advocate, was blocked by Vietnamese authorities from leaving the country yesterday evening to attend events in Geneva during the UN Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Vietnam   Feb 02

Vietnam-South Asia 2013 trade turnover reached US$6.2b
Vietnam's total trade turnover with countries in South Asia last year reached US$6       Asia News Network   Feb 01

Sustainable development project in Vietnam
In two northern provinces of Vietnam, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh, more than 60,000 households are suffering from poverty. The Nation - Thailand's English news   Feb 01

Vietnam: Promised You a Miracle
Expectations were very high. Everyone looked at Vietnamese landscape, history, food and its resilient people and assumed it would become a tourism haven to compete with Thailand overnight. It's been a longer, bumpier ride than expected for international tourism investors and operators   Jan 29

Lunar New Year Has Dark Side For Vietnam Economy, Say Critics
Known locally as Tet, the celebration of the lunar new year is Vietnam's most important holiday and triggers a surge in consumption and travel ahead of an extended nationwide shutdown. "The long holiday and low productivity for weeks around Tet is causing problems for Vietnam's development," prominent economist Pham Chi Lan was quoted in a controversial interview in the state-run DanViet paper ... AFP Jan 29


Bản Tin Ngày 28 Tháng 1 Năm 2014:

US record company sues Vietnam site for copyright
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — A record company that accuses a Vietnamese entertainment portal of making its songs available for free download has filed suit in an American court against the U.S- venture capital firm which invested in the website, seeking millions in damages for copyright violations Associated Press Jan 28

Vietnam's nuclear plant to be delayed
Construction of Vietnam's first nuclear power plant may not begin this year, as earlier scheduled, Minister of Science and Technology Nguyen Quan recently told the media        Asia News Network   Jan 28

Ebara opens new foundry in Vietnam
Hai Duong, Vietnam, Jan 29 (ANI): Amidst the recent growing demand of pumps for irrigation and flood control in Southeast Asia, Ebara Vietnam Pump Co., Ltd. (EVPC), a subsidiary of Ebara Corporation of Japan, who is one of the leading pump manufacturers in the world, opened a new foundry in Hai Duong, Vietnam. Partial operation of the new foundry started in October 2013 and an opening ceremony ... ANI Jan 28

VietJetAir to finalise $6.1 bln Airbus order
Communist Vietnam's first private airline, VietJetAir, said Wednesday that it was close to finalising a $6.1 billion order for 62 Airbus aircraft. The deal is expected to be signed at the Singapore Airshow next month, VietJetAir's managing director Luu Duc Khanh told AFP. VietJetAir and Airbus signed a letter of intent in September for the purchase of 62 A320 medium-haul aircraft worth US$6.1 ... AFP Jan 28

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