09/Dec/2013 6:47 (GMT+7)
Vietnam Tightens Land Seizure Law After Farmers Protest - Bloomberg
Vietnam Tightens Land Seizure Law After Farmers ProtestBloombergNow, the farmers say they hope Vietnam's newly-revised laws will give them some rights in a country where all land belongs to the state under the constitution. “The law had so many loopholes that allowed bad people to take advantage,” Tuan, 26, said ...and more »
Vietnam's trade deficit to China surges to near $20 bln - Tuoitrenews
Vietnam's trade deficit to China surges to near $20 blnTuoitrenewsChinese goods are flooding almost all small markets and even shopping centers across Vietnam, which import not only machinery and equipment from China, but also miscellaneous goods such as rubber bands, lucky envelopes, and erasers. In the year to ...
How photographs told the story of the Vietnam War - BBC News
How photographs told the story of the Vietnam WarBBC NewsHistorians argue over exactly when the Vietnam War started - but in the United States, events to mark some of the conflict's 50th anniversaries have begun. In a new 50th anniversary book - Vietnam, The Real War - the US news agency Associated Press has ...
Renowned American photojournalist who covered the Vietnam War and traveled ... - Daily Mail
Vietnam dominates Brunei 7-0 - VietNamNet Bridge
Optimism Over Vietnam Property, With Caveats - New York Times
Vietnam emerges as major tourism market for countries - VietNamNet Bridge
Worker family dies in Vietnam waste container - Thanh Nien Daily
Worker family dies in Vietnam waste containerThanh Nien DailyThe accident happened at around 7 p.m. when Dao Hien Phuong, a 45-year-old worker at Vietnam Chitin Hau Giang Ltd. Co, checked the empty container to do some cleanup work. Phuong allegedly found the container's valve broken, so he erected a ladder ...
Vietnam drags feet on visa reforms - Thanh Nien Daily
Thanh Nien Daily
Vietnam drags feet on visa reformsThanh Nien DailyThe Vietnam Business Forum, a consortium of international and local business associations and chambers of commerce, said in its annual report released last week that there has been “no progress” in ushering in a transparent, open, and effective ...and more »
Breaking news - Tuoitrenews
Breaking newsTuoitrenewsCoach Hoang Van Phuc of Vietnam said the big win didn't mean anything important, although it gives Vietnam an advantage in the race with Singapore, Malaysia, and Laos, all of group A, to earn one of two tickets to advance to the semifinals. It's clear ...