Southern Bình Dương Province is preparing for one of the most important Vietnamese holiday: Tết (Lunar New Year). Farmers and businesses are hard at work to ensure sufficient agricultural produce and stock so that families around Southern Việt Nam can have a hearty holiday
Lê Thị Hiền, a migrant worker in HCM City, is among thousands of workers in HCM City who have officially lost their job at this December. Tens of thousands of others are facing the risk of losing their jobs, having their working hours cut, or being rearranged their jobs.
According to experts, if Việt Nam does not take drastic action soon, pollution will have long-term health consequences for future generations, such as reduced life expectancy and increased medical burden.
The State needs comprehensive solutions to promote economic growth, expand production, create jobs to increase income and improve living standards for workers to limit one-time social insurance withdrawal.