The Vietnamese Embassy in Germany will assist the nearly 180,000 Vietnamese people living, working, and studying in the country in overcoming difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ambassador Nguyen Minh Vu said on April 7.
VOV.VN - Despite German businesses in Vietnam expressing their concerns about the negative impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on the nation's business situation, 72% of them will continue to pursue their investment plans, whilst 27% of them are poised to recruit additional employees.
VOV.VN - Groups of Vietnamese nationals living in Germany have joined hands to combat the COVID-19 pandemic in their host country by sewing face masks for local residents and medical workers.
Vietnam had imported nearly 25,300 tonnes pork by March 15, a rise of 205% over the same period last year, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has reported.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called on the whole political system to work hand in hand in the fight against the epidemic, saying that this is the "golden time" to prevent the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from further spreading.
The Embassy of Vietnam in Germany has closely stayed in touch with and provided guidance on COVID-19 prevention for overseas Vietnamese (OVs) and students in the European nation.
President of the State Parliament of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) of Germany Gabriele Andretta recently expressed her hope of fostering cooperation with Vietnam in vocational training as the state has huge demand for skilled workers.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has asked rice traders to strictly maintain a reserve equivalent to at least 5% of their export volume in the six most recent months as well as enhancing efforts of price stabilisation in the domestic market amid ongoing global uncertainties.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese airline Bamboo Airways have initiated plans to open a direct air route between the nation and Germany, with flights set to get underway in July.
German healthcare enterprises are increasingly interested in the Vietnamese market, particularly with the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) expected to come into effect this summer, a survey has revealed.
A Vietnamese delegation led by State Auditor General Ho Duc Phoc held a working session with leaders of the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) in the German city of Bonn on February 28.
Two high-quality operating rooms were launched on February 27 by the Viet Duc (Vietnam-Germany) Friendship Hospital.
VOV.VN - Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh highlighted Germany’s Hessen state as a most active factor in Vietnam – Germany strategic partnership during a February 26 reception in Hanoi for Minister of Higher Education, Research and the Arts of Germany’s Hessen State Angela Dorn.
A fire occurred in a two-storey apartment building owned by a Vietnamese national in Berlin, Germany, on February 2.
The Vietnam Germany Innovation Network (VGI Network) held its founding congress recently in Berlin with the participation of Vietnamese professors, doctors and scientists living and working across Germany.
With Vietnam’s strategy to increase the quality of foreign investment in the digital age, German businesses are eyeing green and high-tech projects in the country. Marko Walde, chief representative of the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Vietnam, highlights the movements of German investment in 2019 and future plans.
A transformer manufacturing plant invested by Hanaka Vietnam Group JSC was inaugurated in Tu Son town, the northern province of Bac Ninh on December 27.
Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Minh Vu has urged the Vietnamese Entrepreneurs in Germany to play a part in boosting the two countries’ relations.
The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy of Germany (BMWi), the German Agency for International Cooperation, and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a closing ceremony in Berlin on November 30 for a training course for Vietnamese business managers in the health sector.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s shrimp exports fell by 6.4 per cent to US$2.8 billion during the first ten months of the year, with exports to the EU hardest hit with a sharp decline of 19.9 per cent to only US$580 million, according to data released by the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).