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    Foreign Ministers of Vietnam, China hold talks in Laos

    Foreign Ministers of Vietnam, China hold talks in Laos

    17th December 2018 post by MOIT Vietnam

    Vientiane – Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh held talks with Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on December 16 on the occasion of the fourth Mekong – Lancang Cooperation Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Luang Prabang, northern Laos.

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    Asia-Pacific lost millions of jobs because of the US-China trade war

    Asia-Pacific lost millions of jobs because of the US-China trade war

    14th December 2018 post by MOIT Vietnam

    Changes in production, resources redistributed across sectors and countries in the Asia-Pacific region due to trade tensions will result in tens of millions people to lose their jobs losses have to find new jobs. Lessening trade tensions between the two largest economies - the United States and China - could partly help to cushion this situation.

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    Dien Bien conference seeks to promote trade, tourism

    Dien Bien conference seeks to promote trade, tourism

    11th December 2018 post by MOIT Vietnam

    Dien Bien – Experts gathered at a recent conference in the northwestern mountainous province of Dien Bien, discussing measures to promote local trade, investment and tourism.

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    Outstanding Laos, Cambodian students in HCM City honoured

    Outstanding Laos, Cambodian students in HCM City honoured

    10th December 2018 post by MOIT Vietnam

    HCM City  – The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union of Ho Chi Minh City commended and rewarded 130 outstanding Laos and Cambodian students who are studying in local universities at a ceremony in the city on December 8.

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    VN among 10 fastest-growing economies

    VN among 10 fastest-growing economies

    8th December 2018 post by MOIT Vietnam

    HCM CITY — While growth is set to ease in 2019, Việt Nam will still be among the top 10 fastest-growing economies globally, according to the “Economic Insight: South-East Asia” report recently released by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).