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Firms cautioned when exporting pepper to Myanmar

Firms cautioned when exporting pepper to Myanmar

The Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Agency of Foreign Trade has warned domestic enterprises to take caution when exporting pepper to Myanmar after a local company was added into the list of importers under close watch by the Myanmar Customs.

Japanese insurer invests in Mekong region

Japanese insurer invests in Mekong region

Japanese-based Dai-ichi Life Insurance company has channeled 5.4 billion JPY (50 million USD) into infrastructure development projects in the Mekong region, including Vietnam, Cambodia, and Myanmar.

HAGL opts out of Myanmar project

HAGL opts out of Myanmar project

HAGL, once the leading real estate firm in Vietnam, has sold its largest project stake in Myanmar to compatriot auto firm Truong Hai.

Yangon hosts Vietnam-Myanmar cultural exchange

Yangon hosts Vietnam-Myanmar cultural exchange

VOV.VN - A cultural exchange running with the theme of “Vietnam-Myanmar: A dash of partnership” was recently held in Myanmar’s capital Yangon, featuring both modern and traditional performances from artists from both countries.

New drive in smart city development

New drive in smart city development

A modern city with many public facilities and utilities serving people, suitable investment attraction, and effectively supporting the policy of relaxing Hanoi’s inner city are the targets of a smart city project in accordance with the development master plan of the Nhat Tan-Noi Bai area.

Vietnam’s high-ranking military delegation visits Myanmar

Vietnam’s high-ranking military delegation visits Myanmar

A high-ranking military delegation of Vietnam led by Sen. Lieut. Gen. Phan Van Giang, Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army and Deputy Minister of National Defence left Hanoi on September 24 for an official visit to Myanmar.

Deputy Defence Minister pays official visit to Myanmar

Deputy Defence Minister pays official visit to Myanmar

Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army and Deputy Minister of National Defence Sen. Lt. Gen. Phan Van Giang, accompanied by a high-ranking military delegation, departed for an official visit to Myanmar on September 24.

Vietnamese in Myanmar support flood-hit residents in Mon state

Vietnamese in Myanmar support flood-hit residents in Mon state

The Vietnamese Embassy in Myanmar, in collaboration with the Vietnamese Business Community in Myanmar (VBCM) and the Vietnamese people community in the host nation, have supplied relief aid to flood-affected residents in Mon state.

Vietnamese, Lao armies boost ties in internal political protection

Vietnamese, Lao armies boost ties in internal political protection

VOV.VN - Lt. Gen. Tran Quang Phuong, Deputy Director of the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) on August 13 gave a reception in Hanoi to Maj. Gen. Bunlieng Sengphachan, head of the internal protection division under the General Department of Politics of the Lao People’s Army.

Vietnam, Myanmar step up security cooperation

Vietnam, Myanmar step up security cooperation

VOV.VN - Deputy Minister of Home Affairs of Myanmar Aung Soe is on a visit to Vietnam to co-chair the seventh deputy-ministerial security dialogue between the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security and the Myanmar Ministry of Home Affairs.

Vietnam, Myanmar look to boost defence ties

Vietnam, Myanmar look to boost defence ties

Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) Sen. Lt. Gen. Pham Ngoc Minh on July 29 received Major Gen. Thet Pon, Commander of Yangon Region Command of Myanmar, during his ongoing working visit to Vietnam.

Vietnam Trade Fair 2019 opens in Myanmar

Vietnam Trade Fair 2019 opens in Myanmar

VOV.VN - Under the theme ‘Friendship, Cooperation and Development’, Vietnam Trade Fair 2019 is underway in Yangon, Myanmar, drawing 80 businesses from both Vietnam and Myanmar to showcase their products at over 100 pavilions.