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Local shrimp farmers to operate on trading floor

Last update 07:40 | 06/04/2019 vietnamnet

Local shrimp farmers in the Mekong Delta region and across the country will be able to sell their shrimp products on a trading floor in the coming period.

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Representatives of Cuu Long Investment and Technology JSC and participants pose for a group photo at a ceremony to launch a shrimp trading floor in Can Tho on April 5

A ceremony to launch the trading floor was held today, April 5, in Can Tho City.

Addressing the ceremony, Nguyen Manh Trieu, vice chairman of the board of directors at Cuu Long Investment and Technology JSC, which operates the trading floor, said that the trading floor is a website on which shrimp farmers, processing plant operators and buyers can conduct shrimp trading activities.

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Prayer 620

The prayer series

Jesus,

Do you know why I can write quite well?

Because my mind is quite empty.

My mind is empty
because I read less;
or if I read,
I’ll forget things I read.

I can write well
because my words come from the empty mind.
If my mind is full of words of others,
my writing is full of words of others.
So the writing is not mine and it’s bad.

The empty mind helps me create.
So my writings are unique.

My ideas can be the same as those of others
but my writings are unique.
And it’s art.
Art is creation and uniqueness.

Interesting, Jesus?
The career path is also the Zen path.

All thanks to you, Jesus.

I love you.

Amen.

PTH

How Vietnam, US heal wounds of war to build up comprehensive partnership

Vietnam Net Bridge

03/04/2019

Vietnam and the US have together marked the transformation from enemies to partners since the end of the war in 1975 by overcoming war legacies, among priorities in the bilateral ties. 

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US expert helps Vietnam settle unexploded odnance. Photo: PeaceTrees

Tackling war legacies has required both time and efforts that neither Hanoi nor Washington have been reluctant to do over the past decades, making the relationship a case study of foe-turned-friend.

On March 26, 2019, a landmark event held in Washington D.C titled “Overcoming War Legacies: The Road to Reconciliation and Future Cooperation between the United States and Vietnam” explored cooperative efforts and lessons learned from the building of a strong US-Vietnam partnership.

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Google fined twice by EU in 8 months (2 articles)

Google Fined $1.7 Billion by E.U. for Unfair Advertising Rules

NYTimes

European regulators said Google had violated antitrust rules by imposing unfair terms on companies that used Google’s search bar on their websites in Europe.CreditCreditPaulo Nunes dos Santos for The New York Times

LONDON — European authorities on Wednesday fined Google 1.5 billion euros for antitrust violations in the online advertising market, continuing its efforts to rein in the world’s biggest technology companies.

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Boy, 13, cycles 60 miles through mountains to Hanoi to see sick brother

vnexpress By Trong Nghia   March 29, 2019 | 01:45 pm GMT+7

Without a map or knowing the route beforehand, a 13-year-old boy has cycled from Son La to Hanoi to visit his hospitalized brother.

Vi Quyet Chien of Van Ho District in Son La, a province in Vietnam’s northern mountains, returned home from school on Monday afternoon and learned from his grandfather that his two-month-old youngest brother was admitted in a hospital in Hanoi 175 kilometers (109 miles) away.

13-year-old Vi Quyet Chien at at Vietnam National Childrens Hospital in Hanoi. Photos from Facebooks page of the doctor treating the baby.

13-year-old Vi Quyet Chien at the Vietnam National Children’s Hospital in Hanoi. Photos from Facebook’s page of the doctor treating his youngest brother.

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Vietnamese supermarkets go back to leaves, leaving plastic bags

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By Thi Ha, Dat Nguyen   April 3, 2019 | 08:13 am GMT+7

Vietnamese supermarkets go back to leaves, leaving plastic bags
At least three supermarket chains in Vietnam are using banana leaves to wrap vegetables. Photo by VnExpress/Nghe Nguyen

Several Vietnamese supermarkets have started using banana leaves to wrap vegetables in an effort to reduce plastic waste.

Shoppers at Lotte Mart in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 7 were recently surprised to see scallions, okra and other vegetables produce wrapped in banana leaves.

A representative of the supermarket chain said that the company is experimenting with using leaves to wrap veggies in one outlet, and plans to expand this later to the entire chain in the country.

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New university recruitment regulation raises concerns

Update: March, 30/2019 – 09:00 vna

Students submit applications for university admission at the National Economics University. – VNA/VNS Photo Quý Trung

Viet Nam NewsHÀ NỘI — A new regulation concerning recruitment quotas for public tertiary education institutions in Việt Nam has been at the centre of debate among educators and lawmakers.

The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) recently decided to use the percentage of students that gained employment after graduation as the basis to determine whether a university should be allowed to increase its recruitment quota for the next academic year.

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Project to restore Central Highlands forests gets nod

Update: March, 27/2019 – 10:46 VNN

More than VNĐ28.5 trillion (US$1.23 billion) has been earmarked for a project to protect, restore and sustainably develop forests in the Central Highlands until 2030. — VNA/VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI — More than VNĐ28.5 trillion (US$1.23 billion) has been earmarked for a project to protect, restore and sustainably develop forests in the Central Highlands until 2030.

The project, which was approved by Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc last week, aims to cut forest losses and restore the coverage rate to 49.2 per cent, or 2.72 million hectares.

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More Party cells needed in VN’s private businesses

Update: March, 28/2019 – 10:00 vna

The Secretariat of the Communist Party of Việt Nam Central Committee has issued a new instruction on the need to have Party cells in all private Vietnamese economic entities.– Photo thesaigontimes

HÀ NỘI – The Secretariat of the Communist Party of Việt Nam Central Committee has issued a new instruction on the need to have Party cells in all private Vietnamese economic entities.

Instruction No 33-CT/TW highlighted Party and Government policies to make private economic entities into a driving force for the country’s socialist-oriented market economy. The document also emphasised the need to develop party cells and mass organisations in any economic entity operating in Việt Nam.

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