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Science, technology, innovation to contribute over 50% to agricultural growth by 2030

Science, technology, innovation to contribute over 50% to agricultural growth by 2030

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) is striving to increase the proportion of science, technology and innovation’s contributions to the sector’s growth by over 50% by 2030 through research, transfer and application activities.

Forty-nine children died when their overloaded boat capsized in northwest Pakistan, police said Tuesday after divers spent three days dragging bodies from freezing waters.

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Vietnam to attend 2023 ASEAN Tourism Forum in Indonesia

Vietnam will attend the 2023 ASEAN Tourism Forum to be held in Yogyakarta city, Indonesia, from February 2-5, according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism.

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First Spring 2023 trading session of stock market opens

The Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE) hosted a gong-beating ceremony on January 31, marking the first trading session of the Vietnamese stock market in Spring 2023.

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Vietnamese internet service providers have confirmed that four out of five submarine internet cables that connect the country to the world are experiencing issues, seriously affecting performance and reliability.

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HCM City needs to recruit more workers s after Tet

As many as 499 businesses in HCM City need to recruit around 14,500 workers after the Tet Lunar New Year holiday, according to the municipal Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.

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 Pilot dies in Su-22 fighter crash in northern Vietnam

A pilot has been killed after a Su-22 fighter of the 921st Air Force Regiment crashed in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai on January 31.

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Grilled snakehead fish street busy for God of Wealth Day

Many families on Tan Ky Tan Quy Street are busy grilling blotched snakehead fish for the God of Wealth Day.

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Forty-nine children died when their overloaded boat capsized in northwest Pakistan, police said Tuesday after divers spent three days dragging bodies from freezing waters.

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Asian markets sank Tuesday following a big selloff on Wall Street and ahead of a key Federal Reserve policy decision later in the week, while data showing a bounce in Chinese economic activity failed to lift the mood.

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Bodies were still being pulled Tuesday from the wreckage of a mosque blast that targeted police officers in northwestern Pakistan, killing more than 80 people and wounding 150 more.

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Stocks mostly fell Monday as traders struggled to maintain momentum from last week's rally, though Shanghai advanced as mainland Chinese markets reopened after a week-long Lunar New Year break.

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At least 40 people died when a bus plunged off a bridge in southwestern Pakistan and burst into flames, a government official said Sunday.

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Japan's health ministry will soon decide whether to make abortion pills available for the first time after the proposal cleared a major hurdle with endorsement by a government panel on Friday.

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