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Bản Tin Ngày 18 Tháng 4 Năm 2014:

7 die in shooting at China-Vietnam border
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — A Chinese man who was being repatriated from Vietnam along with 15 other migrants seized a gun from a border guard on Friday, triggering a gunfight and standoff in which five Chinese and two Vietnamese guards died, Vietnam's government said. Associated Press Apr 18

Vietnam's trade surplus widens to $1B
Vietnam was estimated to enjoy a trade surplus of more than US$1 Billion…. Asia News Network   Apr 18

Stagnant production likely to push Vietnam inflation further down
Vietnam's consumer price index (CPI) in April may dip further on the back of low purchasing power, noted the Price Management Department under the Ministry of Finance    Asia News Network   Apr 18

Vietnam pulls out of hosting Asian Games
Vietnam has withdrawn as the host of the 2019 Asian Games, saying it lacked funds and the country's reputation could be at risk if things don't go smoothly. In a statement late Thursday, the government said hosting the event in Hanoi was unjustifiably expensive. ''The state budget is limited and must be prioritized for other immediate tasks.'' Randhir Singh, Secretary-General of the Olympic ... The Associated Press - Apr 18

Vietnam backs out as host of 2019 Asian Games
Vietnam quit as host of the 2019 Asian Games on Thursday, citing a lack of preparedness and concerns that holding the multi-sport event would not prove financially viable. Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said Vietnam was suffering from the effects of global recession and the state was unable to foot the bill for facilities and venues that would not be profitable in the years after the Games. It ... Reuters - Apr 17

Vietnam says it will not host Asian Games
Vietnam said Thursday it had decided against hosting the 2019 Asian Games for financial reasons, and was exploring procedures to withdraw from staging the region's largest sporting event. There was scant public jubilation when the communist country's capital was chosen in 2012 to host the showpiece competition and public sentiment has hardened against the move, with even tightly-controlled state ... AFP Apr 17

Measles Outbreak Kills More Than 100 in Vietnam
A measles outbreak sweeping through Vietnam is now blamed for 108 deaths, many of them children, far more than the 25 reported by the Health Ministry just last week. Vietnam however, has yet to declare the disease an epidemic despite an online outcry and appeals from health experts, including doctors who met with the minister of health on Wednesday. The director of Vietnam's National Institute ... Voice of America   Apr 17

Vietnam listed in world's top 10 remittance recipients
Vietnam is listed among the top 10 remittance recipients with US$11 billion in 2013 and the inflow of remittances is likely to stay robust this year Asia News Network   Apr 16

Vietnam moves to protect sea territory
Vietnam has set up a fishing surveillance force to ensure the enforcement of fishing laws at sea  -  Asia News Network   Apr 15

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Bản Tin Ngày 10 Tháng 4 Năm 2014:

Central Vietnam province up for further industrial development
Quang Ngai, the central province of Vietnam, will further develop its industrial sector in a bid to attract more investments, said a provincial official  Asia News Network   Apr 10

Vietnam Expects To Earn US$1.2 Biilion From Fruit, Vegetable Exports This Year
HANOI, April 10 (Bernama) -- Fruit and vegetable export earnings grew by 32.2 percent to US$215 million in the first quarter of 2014 and are expected to reach US$1.2 billion this year, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported citing local media. Bernama   Apr 10

Four Major Vietnamese State-Owned Enterprises That Will File For IPOs Soon
Vietnam's privatization of 432 state-owned enterprises (SOEs), which accounted for 35 percent of the gross domestic product last year, has begun in response to pressure to revitalize the corrupt and inefficient state-owned sector, but the process is slow and may not be a magical cure for the economy. International Business Times   Apr 09

Vietnam takes tough stance against smuggling
Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has affirmed efforts to combat smuggling and trade fraud, urging for strict punishments for officials found to be covering up violations  Asia News Network   Apr 09

Vietnam, Russia to cooperate on aerospace project
The Russian government's legislative commission on Tuesday passed a bill to approve a cooperation agreement with Vietnam to explore and use aerospace for peaceful purposes  Asia News Network   Apr 09

Vietnam, Republic of Korea to counter trade fraud
Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade's Market Surveillance Agency and the Intellectual Property Office of the Republic of Korea (Kipo) have signed an agreement to mutually uphold intellectual property rights Asia News Network   Apr 09

Web satire fosters change in communist Vietnam
A critical blog post could land you in jail in communist Vietnam, but a satirical image of Cinderella which mocks the ruling elite? From their calls for the health minister to resign -- a cause so popular that a state-run newspaper briefly took up the campaign -- to amusing attacks on ham-fisted censorship, Vietnam's ever-growing ranks of Internet users are finding their voice. They're just ... AFP Apr 08

Vietnam may resume firing squads for executions
Country has struggled to obtain the chemicals needed for lethal injections as 678 people wait on death row Vietnam is considering the resumption of execution by firing squad because of problems getting chemicals for lethal injections, state media has reported. The Laborer newspaper quoted minister of public security Tran Dai Quang asking the national assembly to allow the use of firing squads ... The Guardian   Apr 08

Vietnam releases high-profile dissident
One of Vietnam's most prominent dissidents, who was jailed after trying to sue the prime minister, has been freed and has left for the United States, a US official said Tuesday. French-trained lawyer Cu Huy Ha Vu, the son of a Vietnamese revolutionary leader, was sentenced in April 2011 to seven years in prison for "anti-state activity". The release of the 55-year-old, who last year staged a ... AFP Apr 08

Vietnam dissident released, arrives in US
WASHINGTON (AP) — A prominent Vietnamese dissident whose father was an associate of the nation's founding president Ho Chi Minh arrived in the U.S. Monday after being released from prison by Vietnam, the State Department said. Associated Press Apr 07

Vietnam’s women CEOs outperform male counterparts
HANOI – In Vietnam, as in Asia in general, men are the dominant players in business. Women are generally expected to fulfil more servile roles and perform lower status jobs. However, there is a new class of female CEO in Vietnam who are showing that women can not only be the equal of men in business but, in fact, can outdo their male counterparts in financial performance.  Asian Correspondent   Apr 07

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Bản Tin Ngày 19 Tháng 3 Năm 2014:

Vietnam sends blogger to prison for critical posts
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — A Vietnamese court on Wednesday sentenced a dissident blogger to 15 months in prison for posting online criticism of the government, the latest case in an intensifying crackdown against dissent in the one-party communist country. Associated Press Mar 19

Vietnam jails second blogger in a fortnight
Vietnam jailed a prominent blogger for 15 months on Wednesday on a charge of anti-state activity, the second such sentencing in a fortnight in a nation where perceived dissent is severely punished. Pham Viet Dao, 61, a Communist Party member and a former official at the Ministry of Culture, was charged with "abusing democratic freedoms to infringe on the interests of the State" after a half-day ... AFP Mar 19

Vietnam jails prominent blogger
A court in Vietnam jails a prominent blogger for 15 months for anti-state activities, the second sentencing of a blogger in recent days. BBC News   Mar 19

Vietnam leader warns against use of force in territorial rows
Vietnam's president on Tuesday warned against the use of force in territorial disputes as his nation and its neighbours lock horns with an increasingly assertive China over competing claims in the South China Sea. President Truong Tan Sang made the comments in Japan's parliament during a four-day visit. "Vietnam has always maintained these principles over maritime disputes -- resolution by ... AFP Mar 18

Vietnam-Japan ties taken to new high
Japan and Vietnam have decided to elevate bilateral relations into an "extensive strategic partnership   Asia News Network   Mar 18

Vietnam Ramps Up Measures to Clean Up Banking Bad Debt
Vietnam's central bank is stepping up efforts to resolve soured loans and create favorable conditions for foreign investors as it draws up regulation to auction bad-debt assets at lenders. The State Bank of Vietnam and the Ministry of Justice are trying to "quickly" complete legislation that will be a "crucial legal basis" for a government-backed asset management company, lenders and investors Bloomberg Mar 18

Vietnam cuts rates as it seeks to spur growth
Vietnam's central bank on Tuesday cut its key interest rates for the first time in nearly a year in an attempt to kick-start the nation's sluggish economy. The State Bank of Vietnam cut the refinancing rate -- charged on loans to commercial banks -- to 6.5 percent from seven percent. Vietnam last cut rates in May 2013, taking them to their lowest level since late 2009. In 2013, Vietnam's ... AFP News Mar 17

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