In the face of the explosive wave of global technology, with increasingly favourable policies, rising interest of businesses, the Vietnamese blockchain market is forecast to continue to develop positively.
Member of the Central Party Committee and Minister of Foreign Affairs Bùi Thanh Sơn penned an article entitled ’55 years of ASEAN: One Vision, One Identity, One Community’ on the 55th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) (August 8, 1967-2022).
EPICS is an internationally recognised engineering-based service learning and social innovation applied project program that inspires students to use engineering and human-centered design to build solutions for social challenges.
Huỳnh Kim Tước, managing director of Sài Gòn Innovation Hub's (SiHub) Start-up Support Centre under the HCM City Department of Science and Technology, affirmed Việt Nam holds tremendous potential for technology development and transfer thanks to its highly qualified experts and intellectuals with rich experiences in this field, especially young and talented human resources at universities.
Diplomats from partner countries – China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, India, Russia and the US – were present with ASEAN to review and orient EAS cooperation, and discuss regional and international developments.
To this end, ASEAN calls for restraint from all parties to not complicate the situation in the South China Sea and urges efforts to handle disputes in line with international laws and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Seas (UNCLOS) 1982.
With the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent increase in the price of gasoline, many people have re-opted for traditional taxis because it is increasingly difficult to book ride-share cars, and the fares have risen sharply.
During the 55th ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM-55) which opened on the same day in Cambodia-the chair of ASEAN 2022, the officials also discussed the bloc connectivity, narrowing development gap, maritime cooperation along with such issues as climate change, food security and energy.
The Vietnam-Singapore strategic partnership is developing strongly and dynamically across all spheres, especially economy, trade and investment, with two-way trade expanding over 23 per cent to reach US$8.3 billion last year.
As one of the leading shrimp raisers in Việt Nam, where seafood products are a key export, Việt-Úc Group and AquaEasy have announced an official commercial partnership, applying AI technology in local shrimp ponds.