CSR Hung Thinh Corporation on mission for a prosperous society By Pham Nhat Friday, Dec 6, 2019,08:46 (GMT+7) Hung Thinh Corporation on mission for a prosperous society By Pham Nhat Vietnam’s Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh (4th L) and Chairman of Hung Thinh Corporation Nguyen Dinh Trung (3rd L) are at a ceremony to donate 500 charitable houses worth a total of VND25 billion to the representatives of Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces on December 16, 2018 – PHOTO: HUNG THINH CORPORATION For the sake of success and sustainable development, Hung Thinh Corporation, a Vietnamese real estate developer based in HCMC, has for the past 18 years followed a code of professional ethics in which the company strives to provide high-quality products to ensure the interests of its clients and partners, as well as the local community. In addition to bringing a prosperous life to its … [Read more...] about Hung Thinh Corporation on mission for a prosperous society
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Teachers at a kindergarten in Bac Kan Province are calling for financial support to build better facilities for children. Khuoi Khi Nursery School Site When the temperature in the northern mountainous areas dropped to just over 10 degrees, dozens of children at Khuoi Khi school site had to sit tight together to fight the cold as their classrooms have severely deteriorated. Colonel Duong Van Tinh, director of Bac Kan Department of Public Security, said there were many difficult cases in Bac Kan, especially in Pac Nam District where Dao, Tay, H'Mong and Santri ethnic groups live. It takes two hours travelling through the mountain to reach Pac Nam. At some points, the travellers will have to switch from cars to the motorbike because of the road conditions. Dilapidated kitchen The school site consists of a dilapidated kitchen, a toilet and a classroom. The classroom is in much better condition. According to the police, the room was built in a project funded by a foreign … [Read more...] about Khuoi Khi Village children huddle in the cold
Former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai was commemorated in South Africa. (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Embassies and representative offices of Vietnam in foreign countries have held ceremonies to pay tribute to former Politburo member and former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai, who passed away on March 17 at the age of 85. At a memorial service in the US on March 20, Vietnamese Ambassador Pham Quang Vinh highlighted PM Khai’s contributions to the Vietnam-US relationship through his visit to the US in June 2005. This is the first visit to the US by a senior Vietnamese leader, he said, adding that it took place on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of bilateral ties and 20 years of Vietnam’s Doi Moi (Renewal) cause. During the trip, the former leader emphasised leaving the past behind and looking towards the future in Vietnam-US relations, and painted the picture of a Vietnam on the path of renewal, and regional and international integration, Vinh said. … [Read more...] about Ceremonies held abroad to commemorate late PM Phan Van Khai
When news broke last week that one of Vietnam’s largest conglomerates, Vingroup, had plans to sell off its retail and agricultural arms to Masan Group, a major player in Vietnam’s fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) market, industry insiders were unsure what to make of the announcement. The official line from Vingroup is that the deal is expected to provide the company with the resources it needs to focus its energy on technology and production sectors. Meanwhile, Masan’s strong position in the FMCG market will allow it to fully leverage the massive retail network that Vingroup has built over the past few years. Under an agreement reached on Tuesday, Vingroup’s VinCommerce and VinEco arms will be acquired by Masan and incorporated into Masan Consumer Holdings, which is Masan’s consumer retail business. Vingroup will exchange its shares in VinCommerce for a minority stake in a grand new retail company to be formed after the … [Read more...] about Why did Vietnam’s largest conglomerate sell of its retail arm?
Luc Ngan develops citrus fruit into VietGAP and GlobalGAP standards. (Photo: bacgiang.gov.vn) Bac Giang (VNA) – Citrus farmers in the northern province of Bac Giang have been earning high incomes from growing oranges and grapefruit. They started growing citrus fruit in Luc Ngan district around ten years ago, and they have since become a local staple and won favour among the pickiest consumers nationwide. In recent years, the district has continued to expand its plantations and followed VietGap standards with the aim of exporting their products. Tran Thi Phin, a farmer in Truong Sinh village, Tan Quang commune, said her family cultivates Dien grapefruit and green-skin grapefruit on an area of 7,200 square metres, and pockets 300-400 million VND (12,900–17,200 USD) each year. Since 2017, the orchards have been developed in line with VietGAP standards, with processes such as fertiliser and pesticide use recorded daily, she added. In a bid to facilitate the sharing of … [Read more...] about Bac Giang farmers cash in on citrus fruit plantation