Leaders of Ho Chi Minh City and Vientiane capital of Laos yesterday participated in a conference and a signing ceremony of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation between the two sides in the period of 2021-2025 under online form.
Ho Chi Minh City, after fifteen days implementing Directive No.18 by HCMC People’s Committee and now Resolution No.128/NQ-CP by the Government, has witnessed impressive socio-economic recoveries. Meanwhile, the numbers of new Covid-19 infected cases and deaths continuously decrease. HCMC is gradually recovering from the severe outbreak.
Although the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has had the policy to reduce interest rates and extend the repayment period to support enterprises in the restoration of production and business activities, many commercial banks said that there should be more mechanisms for implementation.
Travelling between localities has not been clearly yet despite of the Government’s resolution No. 128/NQ-CP on the Interim Regulation on safe and flexible adaptation and effective control over the Covid-19 pandemic, and the health ministry’s new criteria on controlling the disease, including testing for Covid-19 that is no longer required.
Torrential rainfall-induced landslides yesterday occurred in some Central provinces, particularly Thanh Chuong District of Nghe An Province, Ha Tinh Province’s Huong Son District, Quang Binh Province’s Tuyen Hoa District after the circulation of typhoon Kompasu.
An talk-show themed “Tourist recovery and development after Covid-19 pandemic” was hosted online yesterday by Nguoi Lao dong Newspaper with the participants of Member of the Party Central Committee, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Van Hung, Deputy Chairwoman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Phan Thi Thang and other leaders of cities, provinces, departments, agencies, units and enterprises nationwide.
Given the Covid-19 epidemic, the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), which entered into force in August 2020, has helped to boost two-way trade and buffer the impact of the economic downturn, according to an article posted on October 13 by The Business Times of Singapore.
The Vietnam Pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai complex impressed international visitors with 800 non la (conical hats) hanging at the front of their display and miniatures of 18 pieces created by renowned Vietnamese contemporary artists.
Nespresso Vietnam bringing luxury coffee and espresso machine provides customers a unique experience that marries the brand’s dedication to championing constant innovation and adherence to a circular economy at its new boutique in Saigon Center in HCMC’s District 1.
On the afternoon of October 6, the Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department said that its inspectors and their peers in the Customs Division at Saigon Port yesterday detected hundreds of boxes of birdnest, dried seahorses hidden in a container of blood clams of Vietseatrust Food Import-Export Trading Company in Thu Duc City.
People in HCMC are getting very excited after the epidemic has been put under control. Many activities have been allowed to resume while residents return to normal life two weeks after Covid-19 restrictions were lifted.