Viettel provides best services for local football fans

Viettel provides best services for local football fans

PANO - The Military Industry-Telecoms Group Viettel on November 13 completed all preparations of resources and network’s quality for the football match between Vietnam and UAE, which takes place at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi on the evening of November 14.

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Workshop discusses impacts of global changes on Vietnam marine transport

New regulations and development in the global economy will have a strong impact on Vietnamese shipping, a conference held to discuss Vietnam’s Maritime Future heard in Ho Chi Minh City on November 13.

Vietnam to import LNG to meet burgeoning electricity demand

Demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) will continue to be strong, outpacing domestic production by 2020 requiring the country to import around one million cubic meters a year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Solutions to developing 5G chipsets and devices discussed

PANO - One of the important challenges for Vietnam in developing the 5G technology is to master the design and production of 5G chipsets and network infrastructure devices.

Viettel supports poor district in Thanh Hoa

PANO - The Military Industry-Telecoms Group Viettel held a groundbreaking ceremony to build a primary school and a medical clinic in Ba Thuoc district, Thanh Hoa province on November 9.
Vietnam can help India enter larger markets: official

Vietnam can become a gateway for Indian businesses and goods to enter other large markets, according to Do Quoc Hung, head of the Asia-Africa Market Department under the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade.

19th Vietnam-China border trade fair opens in Lao Cai

The 19th Vietnam-China border economic and trade fair kicked off in Lao Cai city of the northern province of the same name on November 12.
Vietnamese products taking on the world

Vietnamese products have entered over 200 markets around the world including markets with strict import regulations and standards such as the EU, Japan, the Republic of Korea and the US, according to a recent report released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

PPP regulations to be changed to serve development

More than per 76 percent of current investment projects following public-private partnerships (PPP) are in the field of transport infrastructure, but investors still feel insecure.
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