(VOV) - Despite crunch time as result of the economic slowdown, Vietnamese female entrepreneurs have stood firm and ridden out the crisis to run their business efficiently.
(VOV) - One year after President Hugo Chavez’s death, Venezuela is struggling with demonstrations and spreading unrest on top of numerous economic difficulties.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s U19 squad convincingly defeated U19 Arsenal in London 3-0 during their first excursion to Europe.
(VOV) - Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is set to attend a hearing before the National Anti-Corruption Committee on February 27 on charges of ignoring warnings that the national rice subsidy scheme was fostering corruption and causing financial losses.
The northern port city of Hai Phong and Australia’s Northern Territory have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on bilateral trade, economic and education cooperation on the basis of mutual respect and benefits.
(VOV) -Two world-known footballers - Ruud van Nistelrooy (the Netherlands) and Robert Pires (France) – will tour Vietnam in April to showcase the Trophy Cup of UEFA Champions League 2014.
(VOV) -An awards ceremony to recognise 476 companies for their commitment to produce high-quality Vietnamese products was held in Ho Chi Minh City on February 25.
Traditional coracles made by an old fisherman in the central city of Danang are not only famous among locals, but have also made inroads into some foreign markets, such as Australia, Japan and the Philippines.
The application of sectoral collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) has raised awareness of both employers and employees of developing win-win industrial relations.
(VOV) - The Republic of Korea’s Samsung group has drawn up a very ambitious expansion plan to revamp its operations in Vietnam and take full advantage of the country’s sound investment climate and highly-skilled human resources.
(VOV) - Vietnamese products are currently gaining a firm foothold in the domestic market thanks to their improved quality, high competitiveness and reasonable prices, a conference heard in Hanoi on February 18.
Vietnam will face Sri Lanka in the relegation battle to the next-lower group after losing 2-3 to Pakistan in the Davis Cup's qualifier in Group II Asia/Oceania zone.
(VOV) - Vietnamese university students of DNST team from Queen Mary University, London School of Commerce and the University of East Anglia came first in the third ever Student Investment Challenge (SIC) in London.
The 15th Fun Cup 2014 - Windsurf Amateur Slalom Race wrapped up in Phan Thiet city, the central province of Binh Thuan on February 15 after two days of heated competition.
The Tan Vien (the God of the Mountain) festival opened on February 13 (or the 14th day of the first lunar month), in Hanoi’s district of Ba Vi, attracting a crowd of visitors from all regions of the country.