VOV.VN - Last year Vietnam earned nearly 4 billion USD from exporting shrimp products. The Ca Mau Peninsula, one of the country’s key areas of brackish water shrimp aquaculture, is aiming to produce 1.1 million tons and earn 10 billion USD in exports by 2025.
The latest world ranking update sees the Vietnamese women's volleyball team climb one place.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on January 6 sent sympathies to his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison over massive fires which has caused huge losses to the country.
Overseas Vietnamese in Australia and many international friends gathered to welcome Lunar New Year (Tet), the most important annual festival for Vietnamese, at a celebration held by the Vietnamese Embassy in the host nation on January 4.
The Vietnamese women’s football team have a big chance to compete at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 after their rival, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), withdrew from the upcoming third qualifying round of the Games.
International media and experts pin high hopes on Vietnam as the country takes over the dual role of ASEAN Chair and non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council this year.
VOV.VN - The year 2019 saw leaders of numerous countries such as the United States, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Brunei, Italy, the Netherlands, Australia, Laos, Cambodia visit Vietnam.
Fuelled by its positive performance in 2019, Vietnam is expected to continue witnessing high growth in the year to come, Michael Mugliston and Milton Churche, visiting fellows from the Institute for International Trade at the University of Adelaide in South Australia, provide analysis on the outlook for the Vietnamese economy in 2020 amid the country’s growing international integration.
Vietnam’s total investment abroad was estimated at 508.14 million USD in 2019, according to the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
VOV.VN - The Flying Fruit Fly Circus, Australia's world renowned National Circus youth circus, are set to deliver a world-class performance at the upcoming Hue Festival 2020, according to the organisers of the event.
The Vietnamese Embassy and the Defence Attaché Office in Australia organised a ceremony in Canberra on December 13 to mark the 75th founding anniversary of the Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) and the 30thAll-People’s Defence Festival (Dec. 22).
The 7th diplomatic – defence strategic dialogue between Vietnam and Australia, an annual activity since 2012, took place in Canberra on December 10.
Politburo member and Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan met with Australian leaders in Canberra on December 3, voicing his hope that his city will become a strategic partner of Australia in terms of education and innovation.
Secretary of Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan is making a working trip to Australia from December 1-5 at the invitation of the Australian government.
An event promoting Vietnamese products in Australia took place in Melbourne, Victoria state for the first time on November 26-27.
Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways and Melbourne International Airport of Australia inked a Memorandum of Understanding on opening a new air route connecting Hanoi and Melbourne on November 26.
The Australian Government has granted 50 scholarships to Vietnamese students who are going to attend masters’ programmes at Australia’s world-class educational institutions in 2020, announced the Australian Embassy in Vietnam.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung and Australian leaders agreed to enhance the two countries’ all-round relations during their meetings on November 25.
VOV.VN - Vietnam greatly values strategic partnership with Australia and considers it a priority in its foreign policy, said Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung during a meeting with Australian Ambassador to Vietnam Robyn Mudie in Hanoi on November 2.
Permanent Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Le Thanh Liem hosted a reception in the city for a delegation from the Australian Political Exchange Council led by Chief of the Office of the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training of Australia’s Queensland state Laura Fraser Hardy on November 20.