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Hanoi sets in train the motions for second metro route
Hanoi’s second metro route moved closer to operations as it received its first train from France Tuesday morning.
Downpours, strong waves devastate Hoi An beach
The sea has encroached over 15 meters inland in Hoi An in the last few days as prolonged downpours and strong waves breached an anti-erosion embankment on Cua Dai Beach.
International organizations pledge aid for central Vietnam flood victims
Several international organizations have pledged donations of cash and disaster relief goods to help central Vietnam’s disaster victims.
Storm Saudel to enter East Sea, may head to central Vietnam
Storm Saudel, formed from a tropical depression near the Philippines on Tuesday morning, is expected to enter the East Sea in the next 24 hours.
150 tickets left to enter VnExpress Marathon Hanoi Midnight
VnExpress Marathon Hanoi Midnight will stop selling entry tickets (BIBs) soon, with only 150 left.
VN-Index up for eighth straight session
The VN-Index rose 0.12 percent to 944.42 points Tuesday, with strong growth in blue chips driving the market’s gains.
Da Nang house of wind that began with a love story
A couple in central Da Nang City built their wind-inspired nest after 10 years of separation.
Ship carrying 300 tons of oil breaks apart off central Vietnam coast
A ship containing around 300 tons of oil has been stranded off the coast of central Thua Thien-Hue Province for a week, breaking in half.
Of loss and resilience: central Vietnam hurt by historic deluge
Suffering the worst flooding in years, central Vietnam communities grapple with epic devastation, in any way they can.
Japanese, Vietnamese firms envision growth opportunities as trade relations tighten
Japanese and Vietnamese companies are expecting increased growth opportunities as the two countries seek to strengthen their economic relationship amidst rising global protectionism.
Dams, water security on agenda as parliament session begins
Seven bills are likely to be passed at the National Assembly session that opened on Tuesday.
Samsung heir visits Vietnam to discuss possible investment plans
Samsung Electronics vice chairman Lee Jae-yong departed for Vietnam for a three-day visit to explore business opportunities.
Waterworld: Vietnam province drowns in misery amid continuing rain, floods
People in Thua Thien-Hue Province in central Vietnam might be no strangers to floods, but the blackouts and food shortage of the past few weeks are taking their toll.
Condotel sales plummet
The number of condotels sold in the third quarter fell 99 percent year-on-year as demand continued to fall over legal uncertainties.
Vietnam up in Asia power ranking thanks to successful Covid-19 control
Vietnam’s level of influence in the Asia-Pacific region has moved up a notch in an annual power ranking, its reputation strengthened by the competent handling of the coronavirus pandemic.