waste not want not vietnam moves to reduce food loss Waste not, want not: Vietnam moves to reduce food loss

13:00 | 20/10/2020 Society

(VEN) - Stemming food loss and waste is an urgent task in order to reduce food insecurity and malnutrition and achieve sustainable development.
vietnam pilots japans training to improve productivity Vietnam pilots Japan's training to improve productivity

06:00 | 18/10/2020 Society

(VEN) - Vietnam is working to apply Japan’s KOSEN model of personnel development in order to increase labor productivity by improving the skills of human resources.
world standards day 2020 protecting the planet with standards World Standards Day 2020: Protecting the Planet with Standards

09:00 | 17/10/2020 Society

To reduce human impact on our planet, we need the political will, concrete actions and the right tools. International standards are one of such tools. The international standards prepared by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and International Telecommunication Union (ITU) take into account tried and true solutions to technical challenges.   
need tomatoes in the off season son la province can help Need tomatoes in the off-season? Son La Province can help

13:00 | 16/10/2020 Society

(VEN) - The Australian-funded ACIAR project and the “Community Livelihoods” Program launched by Central Retail Group is helping farmers increase their incomes and opening up opportunities for domestic clean agricultural products and Vietnamese products in general in the modern distribution system.
quang ninh model achieves industrial environmental co existence Quang Ninh model achieves industrial-environmental co-existence

13:00 | 15/10/2020 Environment

(VEN) - Home to one of the world’s most enticing heritage sites, Ha Long Bay, the northeastern Vietnamese province of Quang Ninh is also the source of 90 percent of the country’s coal. Seeking to balance its booming industry with its surging tourism, the province is set to exceed the targets set out by its green growth model.
vietnam eyes domestic demand to stimulate year end tourism Vietnam eyes domestic demand to stimulate year-end tourism

13:00 | 13/10/2020 Culture & Tourism

(VEN) - Vietnamese localities are preparing to stimulate domestic tourism to salvage what little is left of tourism prospects for the rest of the year, but with the peak season over, expectations in the industry are not high.
slashing vat delaying benefit fees proposals to save tourism sector Slashing VAT, delaying benefit fees: Proposals to save tourism sector

13:00 | 10/10/2020 Culture & Tourism

(VEN) - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) has presented the Prime Minister with a list of urgent solutions to salvage Vietnam’s previously booming tourism sector.
direct flights to con dao archipelago expected to develop tourism Direct flights to Con Dao Archipelago expected to develop tourism

13:00 | 09/10/2020 Culture & Tourism

(VEN) - Inadequate transport infrastructure is greatly hampering tourism development in the Con Dao Archipelago off the coast of the southeastern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau. Direct flights that will soon service the islands are expected to greatly help economic and tourism development in the region. 
safety delivered advocates for government enforcement on helmet quality in vietnam Safety Delivered advocates for government enforcement on helmet quality in Vietnam

15:20 | 08/10/2020 Society

In order to implement the Prime Minister's Directive 04/CT-TTg dated January 19, 2018 on accelerating the application of solutions to improve the effectiveness of legal regulations on mandatory helmet wearing for motorbike drivers, motorcyclists, and electric bicyclists, AIP Foundation and the National Traffic Safety Committee co-hosted a program mid-term review forum. The event will discuss strategies to improve the use of quality helmets, with the engagement and support of national and local government representatives, road safety and public health experts, and private sector stakeholders, including helmet manufacturers in Vietnam.
four plausible scenarios for the future of the dairy industry Four plausible scenarios for the future of the dairy industry

11:48 | 08/10/2020 Society

Tetra Pak and the Lund University School of Economics and Management have recently completed a joint study that presents four plausible scenarios for the future of the dairy industry.
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