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Petrol prices down slightly on July 27

Retail petrol prices were down about VND100 per litre from 3pm on July 27 following the latest adjustment by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.
Second grader Pham Bao Thien Kim is taking part in an online lesson at home. (Phot: SGGP)

E-learning needs adjustment to attract primary pupils

Although online learning has been gradually welcomed by students of several grades in Vietnam recently due to the Covid-19 outbreak, teaching sessions especially for primary pupils encounters various obstacles because of these children’s psychophysiological features. It is essential to form a close cooperation between schools and parents to help this group of pupils enjoy online lessons to the fullest.

A man buys fuel at a petrol station in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA)

Petrol prices go up to 17,486 VND per litre

The domestic retail price of RON 92 petrol increased by 461 VND to trade at a maximum of 17,486 VND (77 US cents) per litre, as of 3pm on August 19.