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2014/12/16 09:26
2014/12/16 09:26
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Vietnam ban on $40 million worth of Australian fruit and vegetable imports now likely in January 2015 Vietnam has stopped issuing import permits for about $40 million worth of Australian fruit from...
2014/12/16 09:26
2014/12/16 09:26
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2014/12/11 00:49
2014/12/11 00:49
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Vietnamese government has assured the safety of Malaysian fans during the second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup semi-final match at My Dinh Stadium in Hanoi on Friday. Vietnamese...
2014/12/05 10:39
2014/12/05 10:39
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An obscure private member’s bill from a Conservative senator has sparked a diplomatic spat between Canada and Vietnam. But despite Vietnam’s dark warnings that the bill will have an adverse impact on...
2014/12/03 09:36
2014/12/03 09:36
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Viet Nam will work harder to stabilize the macro-economic situation and stimulate economic development, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung vowed at the Viet Nam Business Forum (VBF), which opened...
2014/12/02 08:15
2014/12/02 08:15
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Uber Technologies Inc, the online car-booking company that competes with traditional cab services, faces a roadblock in Vietnam after the government said its taxi service is illegal. The mobile...
2014/12/01 10:51
2014/12/01 10:51
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Tom Harkin — From Tiger Cages to Pinochet Sen. Tom Harkin’s human rights legacy began with exposing the tiger cages in a secret South Vietnam prison. “Let me show you,” the retiring Iowa Democrat...
2014/11/30 21:17
2014/11/30 21:17
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The weaving moped carrying two men and one very large basket was heading for the border with China when police became suspicious. They pulled it over yards from the frontier. And if the bike had not...
2014/11/28 02:17
2014/11/28 02:17
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Thailand and Vietnam Thursday reconfirmed their target of increasing trade between the two countries to US$15 billion (491 billion baht) by 2020. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha reviews a guard of...
2014/11/26 00:29
2014/11/26 00:29
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The government of Laos has signed an Internet law that claims to support the growth of the Internet but actually contains numerous contradictory provisions that undermine free speech and other citizen...
2014/11/25 19:34
2014/11/25 19:34
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Samsung wins license for $3bn Vietnam smartphone plantMobile & tabletsby CBR Staff Writer| 25 November 2014The company is reportedly planning to build a factory in northern Vietnam. The Vietnamese...
2014/11/25 09:28
2014/11/25 09:28
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The Vietnamese government has given South Korea's Samsung Electronics the go-head to invest $3bn to expand its smartphone production in northern Vietnam. The government, in a statement issued late on...
2014/11/25 04:43
2014/11/25 04:43
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HANOI - South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has secured a license to invest $3 billion to expand its production in northern Vietnam, the Vietnamese government said. The license was awarded on...
2014/11/23 22:50
2014/11/23 22:50
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Vietnam ruling party chief arrives in Moscow, seeks to boost ties Vietnamese Communist Party's General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong arrives in Moscow for visit that seeks to boost Vietnam-Russia ties....
2014/11/22 17:26
2014/11/22 17:26
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Since John F. Kennedy’s death, there’s been little presidential rhetoric that was not either bombastic and self-serving – Reagan’s “tear down this wall” – or cringingly dishonest – Nixon’s “I am not a...
2014/11/22 17:20
2014/11/22 17:20
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Jim Lachman likes to tell people that in 1968 he went to Vietnam to kill Vietnamese, but in 2012 he went to paint their nails. Lachman, of Brockport, is a 2010 graduate of Genesee Community College...
2014/11/20 22:20
2014/11/20 22:20
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President Obama’s recent decision to send an additional 1,500 U.S. personnel to Iraq “in a non-combat role, to expand our training effort for Iraqi forces” is more of the same tactic that has plagued...
2014/11/20 15:33
2014/11/20 15:33
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There’s a country that will pay $300,000 per rhino horn to cure cancer and hangovers, and it’s wiping out rhinos Just some contraband luxury items.(AP Photo/United States Attorney's Office) It was...
2014/11/18 15:12
2014/11/18 15:12
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The Asia-Pacific region has appeared in information agenda of Russian media out of the blue. It was in the Asia-Pacific region, where a series of top international meetings was conducted: the APEC...
2014/11/18 11:31
2014/11/18 11:31
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A Muslim convert who lost his British citizenship three years ago is claiming he has been left stateless, which is illegal under international law. The 31-year-old man, identified only as 'B2', has...
2014/11/16 19:51
2014/11/16 19:51
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He is also urging county dog lovers to write to the Vietnamese Embassy in London over the trade, which sees seven tonnes of live animals crammed into trucks and brought to the capital Hanoi each day...
2014/12/16 09:26
2014/12/16 09:26
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