Internet connection to Vietnam via Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) undersea cable was cut off entirely after it encountered an as yet unidentified problem Saturday morning.
Facebook, in partnership with the US Mission to Vietnam and partners, launched a “Facebook for Vietnam” campaign to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Vietnam-US relations.
Vietnam’s premier bike race, which began in Vinh in central Vietnam on Tuesday, is grabbing the attention of race-starved cycling fans worldwide.
Vietnam can entrench itself in global supply chains if the U.S. forms a network of partners to reduce reliance on China, analysts said.
The My Son Management Board of Relics and Tourism on Thursday announced a promotion that will see entrance fees halved in some cases at My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO-recognized attraction in Quang Nam Province, central Vietnam.
The Ho Chi Minh City administration is expected to submit a proposal to the prime minister regarding the entry of foreign experts amidst the ongoing pandemic, saying their work is integral to the completion of the city’s under-construction metro project.
A military court in Vietnam on Thursday (May 21) sentenced a former deputy defence minister accused of allowing three plots of land in Ho Chi Minh City to be illegally transferred to private investors from the navy to four years…
The prime minister’s support for the ‘Vietnam’s Silicon Valley’ initiative has prompted HCMC to push ahead with a plan to merge three districts into one administrative unit.
Vietnam’s tourism industry is preparing different plans to welcome foreign visitors from countries and territories that have contained the coronavirus pandemic.
The outlook for the Vietnam automobile industry remains stable despite the coronavirus.
As US seeks to decouple from China, it’s a reach to think Vietnam will easily become the world’s next factory floor
British pilot is on life support as officials race to find a lung transport donor
Vietnamese legislators are discussing whether to join Convention 105 (C105) on the abolition of forced labor at an ongoing National Assembly session.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc agreed to a VND10.99 trillion ($472 million) investment for building the Tan Son Nhat airport’s third terminal.
Aviation authorities are considering upgrading Tho Xuan Airport in the central province of Thanh Hoa into an international airport.
Placing 77th out of 117 economies, Vietnam jumped 14 spots from 2017 in this year’s world ranking for budget transparency.
In Phu Quoc, a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia, posters warning tourists of the dangers of COVID-19 have long since faded in the powerful sunshine, along with the throngs of international travellers that used to dot its beaches.
In April, Nguyen Thi Thanh became the first Vietnamese to sue South Korea over atrocities that have been largely forgotten.
Communities might be locked in isolation for Covid-19, butHanoi has faith in the way the world can work together.
Vietnamese flocked to scenic spots and beaches Saturday, leaping at the chance to travel as the communist government eases restrictions on domestic movement to revive a tourism sector devastated by the coronavirus.
Bars have been allowed to reopen in Ho Chi Minh City following a long shutdown due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic, while discos and karaoke shops are still banned.
After having been abandoned for many years, a water park in the north-central Vietnamese province of Thua Thien – Hue may be up for reopening in the near future as provincial authorities are seeking investors to revive the project.
Vietnam has gone 30 straight days without a novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infection among the community, as the national committee on the disease prevention and control has made a proposal to proclaim the end of the epidemic in the country.
US President Donald Trump has threatened to cut bilateral ties with China, the latest blast in an increasingly violent war-of-words between the world’s two largest economies about the origins of the virus that has killed more than 300,000 people. Adding…
Vietnam has been a bright spot during the COVID-19 pandemic — and has largely reopened for business. Thanks to aggressive contact tracing, quarantines and testing, it’s managed to keep its confirmed coronavirus cases to just 317, with no deaths, according…
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