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Vietnamese’s sugar intake almost doubles recommended level
Each Vietnamese currently consumes about 46.5 grammes of free sugar every day, which is close to the maximum daily intake of 50 grammes and almost doubles the recommended daily intake of under 25 grammes.
Work begins on Vietnam - RoK institute of science, technology
09:06 23/03/2018
Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology and the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) on March 22nd co-organised a ground-breaking ceremony for Vietnam - Republic of Korea (RoK) Institute of Science and Technology in Hanoi-based Hoa Lac High-Tech Park.
Ho Chi Minh City Book Festival 2018 opens
16:36 20/03/2018
The opening ceremony of the 10th Ho Chi Minh city Book Festival took place at Le Van Tam Park, district 1, on March 19th.
Lao Cai province invests over VND11 billion for hi-tech flower production
17:00 19/03/2018
The Lao Cai provincial People’s Committee has issued a decision developing a hi-tech flower production model on an area of 3.5 hectares in different places in Sa Pa district.
Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine elevates radiology curriculum with GE’s enterprise imaging solutions
12:26 19/03/2018
(CPV) - Ho Chi Minh city-based Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine is working with GE Healthcare and TD Medical Company to foster a new generation of digitally-attuned radiologists, radiographers and clinicians in Vietnam.
Successful lung transplant from brain dead donor announced
11:59 18/03/2018
Doctors at the 108 Military Central Hospital announced on March 16th that they successfully performed the first lung transplant from a brain dead donor in Vietnam, marking a huge step forward in the tissue and organ transplant field of military doctors, opening more opportunities for patients in Vietnam with dangerous diseases.
Quang Nam province: Accelerating implementation of the Viet Nam’s first Green Climate Fund project
16:58 17/03/2018
(CPV) - This is Viet Nam’s first project funded by the Green Climate Fund, entitled “Improving the resilience of vulnerable coastal communities to climate change related impacts in Viet Nam” (2017-2022), with a total grant of USD29 million.
Japan improves employee satisfaction and workplace environment in Vietnam
12:35 15/03/2018
(CPV) - The final seminar of the “The improvement of employee satisfaction and work environment” project was held on March 14th in Hanoi.
US higher education Spring fair 2018
15:47 12/03/2018
(CPV) - The US Embassy Hanoi’s EducationUSA Advising Center will organize the EducationUSA Higher Education Spring Fair 2018 on March 20th from 13h30 - 18h00 at Hanoi Daewoo Hotel, Hanoi. Entrance is free.
Sweden ready to help Vietnam respond to climate change
11:35 07/03/2018
(CPV) - “Growth and green house emission do not need to go together. We can have economic growth while also reduce the pressure on ecosystem,” said Mr. Lars Ronnas, Swedish Ambassador for Climate Change in a press exchange in Hanoi on March 6th.