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At the drill (Photo: VNA)

HCMC holds Tet pandemic hike drill

The HCMC Department of Health has freshly held a Covid-19 pandemic scenario exercise to get the system prepared in case of a hike of infections to be caused by a new sub-variant of the Omicron strain in the upcoming Lunar New Year festival.
Illustrative image (Source: VNA)

Omicron subvariant XBB detected in HCMC

The HCMC Hospital for Tropical Diseases on January 4 said the Covid-19 Omicron XBB variant, first discovered in India in August, has been found in the southern metropolis.
Vietnamese players show their joy after winning the men's football final against Thailand on May 22. (Photo: SGGP)

SEA Games 31 leaves strong imprints among foreign friends

The successful hosting of the 31st Southeast Asian Games, the biggest sporting event in the region in 2022, affirmed the position of Vietnam on the regional sport map and its readiness as well as great efforts to welcome back foreign tourists.
Strong economic growth creates platform for M&A market

Strong economic growth creates platform for M&A market

Vietnam’s economic growth is forecast to reach 8 percent this year before falling to 6.5 percent in 2023. The strong growth has created a positive “platform” for investment and business activities, especially mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
Chief-of-Office Dang Quoc Toan of HCMC People’s Committee summarized the general socio-economic status of the city

HCMC to ensure sufficient commodities supply at year end

The merchandise amount to stabilize the Ho Chi Minh City market during the month of Quy Mao Tet holiday 2023 is estimated to satisfy 25-43 percent of the community’s demands. This is the information delivered by Deputy Director of the HCMC Department of Industry and Trade Le Huynh Minh in yesterday’s October summary meeting for socio-economic-medical tasks in the city.

E-retailing to grow 20 percent this year

E-retailing to grow 20 percent this year

The Covid-19 pandemic has put a brake on Vietnam’s economic growth over the last two years but, on the other hand, it has also fueled a significant uptick in e-commerce which recorded a 16 percent growth to US$13.7 billion in retail revenue in 2021, according to the White Book on Vietnamese E-business 2022.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh speaks at the conference (Photo: VNA)

PM asks for greater efforts to promote sustainable recovery

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh urged the business community and associations to take specific solutions and join hands with ministries, sectors and localities to remove difficulties, towards promoting economic recovery and sustainable development.