The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has included Vietnamese midfielder, Nguyễn Thị Tuyết Dung, in its list of 100 Women 2017.
Việt Nam generated US$438 million from exporting 13.6 million tonnes of cement and clinker over the past nine months of this year, fulfilling 90 per cent of the yearly target.
The casualty toll in the devastated flood in Việt Nam’s northern and central regions has increased to 73, whilst another 30 remain missing.
At least 54 people died, 31 others were injured and 39 are missing due to heavy rains and floods triggered by a tropical depression hitting northern and central localities in recent days, according to National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention.
In the face of abnormal and serious flooding over the past few days, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc cancelled a scheduled meeting with voters in Hai Phong City yesterday, travelling instead to the northern province of Ninh Binh to check on local dykes.
Starting in 2002 by breeding 2,000 hens, Nguyễn Thị Thêu, a woman from northern Vĩnh Phúc Province, now earns about VNĐ5 billion (US$224,000) a year and creates job for dozens of workers.
The TNI Holdings Việt Nam Group and Japanese Meiko Electronics Việt Nam Company agreed to construct the third electronics plant in Việt Nam.
The National Financial Supervisory Committee (NFSC) anticipates gross economic growth of Việt Nam in 2017 will be more than 6.7 per cent.
A first-of-its-kind festival to promote local tourism, traditional crafts and cuisine took place at a festival in the northern province of Hà Nam and ended yesterday.
Five agricultural wholesale markets will be built in Hà Nội despite the unresolved food hygiene and operational problems dogging city markets.