Tourism growth driven by domestic demand: experts

Domestic demand is driving a tourism recovery in Việt Nam and compensating for the lower number of international visitors, tourism and hospitality experts said.

Police seek victims of Vạn Thịnh Phát Group in bond fraud case worth $1.24b

Police are seeking individuals who were victims of a bond fraud case involving property developer Vạn Thịnh Phát, which involves the issuance and trading of bonds worth over VNĐ30 trillion (US$1.24 billion). 

Weaving new hope: reviving Quất Động embroidery

For the people of Quất Động, embroidery represents far more than a means of making a living. It is a source of pride, a link to their heritage, and the pursuit of artistic excellence.

Int'l arrivals to Việt Nam in nine months near nine million, surpassing 2023's target

The majority of the arrivals were from Asia (6.85 million), followed by Europe (1.015 million), Americas (682,800), Oceania (311,100), and Africa (20,400).
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Việt Nam seeks the removal of the yellow card during EC's inspection in mid-October

In the effort to lift the IUU yellow card, the most crucial prerequisite was to put an end to the situation of fishing vessels violating the exploitation of seafood in foreign waters. However, the task remained challenging.



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Legal proceedings launched against 38 defendants in COVID test kit scandal

Four others prosecuted for the same charge are Phạm Duy Tuyến, former director of Centre for Disease Control (CDC) of Hải Dương Province; Trịnh Thanh Hùng, former deputy director of the Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology; Nguyễn Minh Tuấn, former director of Medical Equipment and Construction, Ministry of Health; and Nguyễn Nam Liên, former director of Financial Planning Department, Ministry of Health.


Fetal intervention technique saves hundreds of babies

Using the world's tiniest needle with a diametre of only 0.3mm, doctors have to be careful in every movement. The small needle is absolutely safe to both fetus and mother but poses a challenge to doctors who perform the technique.


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