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    US urges Vietnam to meet international standards for TPP

    The US asked Vietnam to comply with the international regulations on intellectual property, the environment and labour, which would facilitate the timely conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, visiting Trade Representative Michael Froman told President Truong Tan Sang in Hanoi on October 22nd.

    President urges promotion of Vietnam-Angola ties
    Institutional reform high on Vietnam’s development agenda
    NA session opens to decide important socio-economic issues
    Stork Island in Hai Duong to be ranked as National Relic
    Exports to Egypt regain growth
    Southern hub CPI in October declines
    Vietnam and Denmark review comprehensive partnership
    Book set on Ho Chi Minh and artists released
    No so-called “prisoners of conscience” in Vietnam: MOFA
    NA Vice Chairman receives Chinese guests
    National Assembly debate revised legislature bill
    Special consumption tax on cigarette, wine and beer to be lifted to 15%
    ACTIVITIES OF THE PARTY AND STATE
    National Assembly debate revised legislature bill

    National Assembly deputies debated the draft revised law on the organisation of the National Assembly at a plenary sitting on October 22nd during the legislature’s on-going 8th session.

    NA deputies scrutinise socio-economic issues
    PM welcomes former RoK President
    President confident about trade with RoK
    ECONOMICS
    Exports to Egypt regain growth

    (CPV) – Vietnam’s exports to Egypt were valued at USD282.1 million in the first nine months of 2014, a year-on-year rise of 70% and this figure even exceeded last year’s total export turnover of USD221.6, according to statistics by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

    Nearly VND2 trillion for agricultural development loans
    Southern hub CPI in October declines
    Budget collection in Quang Ninh hits VND27.8 trillion
    SOCIAL AFFAIRS
    Nation to give priority in fund for disabled people’s jobs

    The Ministry of Labour, War-Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), has issued a document on vocational training and job creation for disabled people. Accordingly, it stresses that it is necessary to give priority in funding for jobs for disabled people as well as disabled people’s production and business foundations.

    Scholarships given to poor children in rural mountainous areas
    Ho Chi Minh city needs more human resources
    Two Lao men arrested for transporting 10 cakes of heroin and 4,000 ecstasy tablets
    CULTURE
    Book set on Ho Chi Minh and artists released

    On October 22nd, in Hanoi, the Vietnam Writers’ Association Publisher held a ceremony to make public a set of books on Ho Chi Minh and artists.

    Vietnam heritage photos on display in Ho Chi Minh City
    Studying Vietnamese custom of chewing betal and areca nuts
    4th International Scientific Film Festival
    SCIENCE - EDUCATION
    Improving awareness of biodiversity

    On October 22nd, in Hanoi, the Department of Biodiversity Conservation under Vietnam Environment Administration held a seminar to introduce products of the project on improving awareness of biodiversity.

    Viet Nam hosts 5th UN-REDD regional lessons learned workshop
    Hanoi National University of Education celebrate 50 years of Uncle Ho’s visit
    Additional 180 Vietnamese nurses to work in Japan
    FOREIGN AFFAIRS
    Vietnam and Denmark review comprehensive partnership

    (CPV) - On October 23, Under-Secretary of State from Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jonas Bering Liisberg met with Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son to review the bilateral relations and the comprehensive partnership agreement between Denmark and Vietnam, in which the two sides mentioned recent key developments in the bilateral cooperation and discussed steps in the implementation of the agreement.

    No so-called “prisoners of conscience” in Vietnam: MOFA
    NA Vice Chairman receives Chinese guests
    US urges Vietnam to meet international standards for TPP
    OVERSEAS VIETNAMESE
    Overseas Vietnamese women’s union branch set up in Siem Reap

    The Overseas Vietnamese Association in Siem Reap, Cambodia on October 20th organized a ceremony to set up a branch of the Vietnamese Women’s Union in the province.

    Creating “Corner of Da Lat – Lam Dong” in Vietnamese embassies
    Prospects-6 - vocational guidance for Vietnamese students in UK
    Expatriates in Laos support Vietnamese forces protecting nation’s sovereignty over sea and islands
    SPORTS
    29 Vietnamese to compete at World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships 2014

    (CPV) - As many as 29 Vietnamese martial-artists will compete at the 9th World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships 2014 taking place in Aguascalientes (located in North-Central Mexico) from October 30 to November 2.

    Vietnamese athlete breaks Asian record at Para Games
    Vietnamese volleyball player to join Thai league
    Flag-raising ceremony welcomes Vietnamese athletes to 2nd Asian Para Games
    TOURISM
    Five Vietnam hotels and resorts win spots on Condé Nast Traveler list

    (CPV) - Conde Nast Traveler’s annual survey has placed five hotels and resorts in Vietnam on the prestigious travel magazine’s list of top hospitality properties.

    Stork Island in Hai Duong to be ranked as National Relic
    Phu Yen publicizes tourism logo and slogan
    Northwest Tourism Fair 2014 held in Ha Giang
    WORLD: EVENTS AND COMMENTS
    Ebola vaccines to be developed in West Africa 2015

    On October 21st, the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced that trials of potential vaccines against the Ebola virus could begin in the West African countries by January 2015.

    ASEAN, Ecuador seek stronger cooperation
    Stronger private sector ties can boost SOE performance in PNG
    Malaysia: Finding MH370 plane remains a top priority
    FORUMS
    Orientation to develop high-quality flowers

    (CPV) - With an average income of anywhere from VND300 million to over VND1 billion per hectare, high-quality flowers are chosen by many localities to facilitate crop rotation. Models of planting high-quality lily, orchids and roses in Tay Tuu commune (Bac Tu Liem district), Chuong My district and Dan Phuong district are presenting new opportunities to farmers to considerably enhance their overall sales revenue and profits. However, the development of the models is still spontaneous without an established framework for either the workflow of all participants or the investment criteria.

    Paradoxical shift in storm damage
    Nhat Tan Bridge – A symbol of Vietnam-Japan friendship
    Party leader’s visit to deepen VN-RoK strategic partnership
    VIETNAM IN FOREIGNERS' EYES
    Japan to organize a photo exhibition about the war in Vietnam

    Japan’s Journalism Museum and The Okinawa Times will organize a photo exhibition of works by famous photo-journalist, Ishikawa Bunyo, on the war in Vietnam and Okinawa base on October 25th.

    Belgian press bolds Vietnamese Prime Minister’s visit
    Four things you must do in Phu Quoc
    Young tourists explore Sapa
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