A 20-year-old female who returned from France was the latest COVID-19 patient in Việt Nam, according to the health ministry’s report on Monday evening.
The southern region is entering the peak harvest season for many fruits like durian, mango, rambutan, avocado, mangosteen, and jackfruit, but farmers are suffering from poor harvests.
Việt Nam attracted US$12.33 billion worth of foreign direct investment in the first four months of 2020, a year-on-year decrease of 15.5 per cent due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Foreign Investment Agency.
Local businesses hit hard by COVID-19 are seeking support, including deadline extensions for tax payments, from Tiền Giang Province authorities.
Việt Nam has some great advantages while competing with regional countries in attracting capital flows moving out of China after the Covid-19 pandemic, experts have said.