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Construction works destroys banks of Sai Gon River

Construction works are endangering the banks of the Sai Gon River which supplies water for the city’s residents and contributes significantly to the development of HCM City.

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Major loss-making foreign-invested firms to be inspected for tax compliance

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) has just sent a document asking provincial and city Departments of Taxation to inspect and supervise groups, corporations, and companies, which reported big losses over the past years.

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Netherlands helps to improve water supply capacity in Mekong Delta

Representatives of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho and the Netherlands’ Vitens Evides International (VEI) company held a discussion on the WaterWorX project, which aims to orient the water supply to be adaptable to the effects of climate

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CPTPP expects to help Vietnam advance in labour reforms

Apart from trade and investment opportunities, experts said participation in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) offers Vietnam a chance to modernise its labour laws and industrial relations system to create sustainable jobs and bring practical

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Cambodian man arrested in HCM City for drugs trading

Police in HCM City have detained a Cambodian man who has been found drug dealing in the city.

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Vietnam’s first national report on the implementation of the UN Convention against Torture was delivered to the UN Committee Against Torture in Geneva, Switzerland, on November 14 by Deputy Minister of Public Security Sen. Lt. Gen. Le Quy Vuong.

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Vietnam’s coffee exports jump to record high of 1.8 million tonnes

Vietnam exported a record high of nearly 1.8 million tonnes of coffee during the 2017-2018 crop, 12.7% higher than the previous crop, the Vietnam Coffee-Cocoa Association (VICOFA) stated.

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The UN rights chief on Tuesday urged Bangladesh to halt imminent plans to start returning Rohingya refugees to Myanmar, warning doing so risked further grave violations against the Muslim minority.

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Rohingya Muslims were fleeing Bangladeshi refugee camps to avoid being repatriated to Myanmar later this week, community leaders said Monday.

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Major oil producers said Sunday that crude supply next year would outstrip demand, calling for new strategies based on production adjustments.

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Nine people were declared dead and tens of thousands evacuated Friday as fierce wildfires raged across the western US state of California, with one rapidly spreading blaze threatening the famed resort of Malibu.

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A plan to start repatriating Rohingya Muslims back to Myanmar is premature and the refugees are "terrified" about leaving Bangladesh where they sought refuge, dozens of aid agencies working in the region said Friday.

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Philippine survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan recalled their terror and loss while gathered Thursday at a mass grave for thousands killed five years ago in the country's worst storm on record.

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