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Vincom retail real estate arm sees 40 pct profit surge
Vincom Retail reported a 40 percent year-on-year rise in post-tax profits in the first half to VND1.17 trillion ($51.1 million).
HCMC delivery drivers puzzled at being fined for going out at night
Delivery workers in HCMC, which bans people from going out at night, said they have been fined for working after 6 p.m. though their employers had assured them they could.
UK, Czech Republic to gift Vietnam 665,000 Covid vaccines
The U.K. and the Czech Republic have promised donations of 415,000 and 250,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines to Vietnam.
Pandemic gives chance to rearrange, optimize business model: cinema chain CEO
Bui Quang Minh, founder and CEO of Beta Group, a pioneer cinema chain in the mid-end segment, has prepared to return with a more compact model after the pandemic.
HCMC has enough pork supply despite Vissan suspension of production
HCMC has enough pork supply to make up for the shutdown of major producer Vissan’s plant after some workers were found to have Covid-19, officials have assured.
Apple recruits more Vietnamese staff
Apple is recruiting 25 people in Vietnam, mostly for posts pertaining to operations and supply chain.
Northern minority village embroidered with charm
Hoai Khao Village in the northern province of Cao Bang, surrounded by rice terraces and cool weather, is home to the Dao Tien ethnic minority group, who mainly live on farming.
Weightlifting coach apologizes for Olympics blank in Tokyo
Coach Luu Van Thang apologized to fans after weightlifter Hoang Thi Duyen failed to come into reckoning for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
Vietnamese boxer makes Tokyo Olympics exit
Nguyen Van Duong ended his Olympics campaign with a loss to Mongolian boxer Erdenebatyn Tsendbaatar in round of 16 Wednesday evening.
HCMC might prolong social distancing for a fortnight
HCMC might need to prolong its social distancing period by one or two weeks after August 1 as Covid-19 cases keep rising, a senior official said.
US apparel companies seek speedy vaccination of Vietnamese workers
The American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) has requested the U.S. and Vietnam governments to speed up distribution of vaccines to major suppliers of Adidas, Gap and other brands.
Vietnam records 3,697 new Covid-19 cases
Health authorities confirmed 3,697 local Covid-19 patients Wednesday evening, raising the ongoing wave’s tally to over 116,900.
Hanoi begins mass Covid-19 vaccination campaign
Close to a thousand Hoan Kiem District residents got their first shots of the Moderna vaccine Wednesday as Hanoi launched its mass Covid-19 vaccination program.
VN-Index ends third session in the green
Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index rose 0.01 percent to 1,277.07 points Wednesday, its third straight gaining session, but with most blue chips ending in the red.
Hanoi hotel revives Grand Opera era
Designed by world-famous architect Bill Bensley, Capella Hanoi Hotel takes inspiration from the iconic Hanoi Opera House, a symbol of past extravagance.