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    John Kerry congratulates Vietnam on National Day

    US Secretary of State John Kerry has sent a message to congratulations to the Vietnamese people on Vietnam's National Day, expressing his pleasure at the fruitful development of bilateral relations.

    President welcomes young Japanese lawmakers
    Tuyen Quang asked to enhance Party building
    Govnment members urged to push for 5.8% growth target
    More prisoners released for National Day
    John Kerry congratulates Vietnam on National Day
    Exhibition spotlights President Ho Chi Minh’s testament
    Ho Chi Minh’s Testament and international influence
    ASEAN markets more important for US companies: survey
    Communist Parties of Australia and Vietnam to form stronger links
    Over 180 prisoners granted amnesty on National Day
    Lam Dong invests in high tech agriculture
    RoK firms in Dong Nai get update on customs rules
    ACTIVITIES OF THE PARTY AND STATE
    Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung sets priorities

    Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung provided guidance on several key projects and reports at the government’s meeting in Hanoi on August 27-28.

    President welcomes young Japanese lawmakers
    President Sang meets entrepreneurs
    Tuyen Quang asked to enhance Party building
    ECONOMICS
    RoK firms in Dong Nai get update on customs rules

    The Customs Department of the southern province of Dong Nai organised a talk with 130 enterprises from the Republic of Korea (RoK) located in the locality on August 28th, updating them on new tax and customs regulations, and providing them an opportunity to express their opinions.

    Japan imports 2.880 moon cakes from Lam Dong
    HCMC strives to exceed state budget collection
    Bac Ninh tops FDI attraction ratings
    SOCIAL AFFAIRS
    USAID-funded HIV prevention project launched in An Giang

    A community-based HIV prevention project funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) was launched at a workshop held in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang on August 29.

    Central provinces bestows “Heroic Mother” title on over 600 women
    More prisoners released for National Day
    Over 180 prisoners granted amnesty on National Day
    CULTURE
    Ho Chi Minh’s Testament and international influence

    Though President Ho passed away in 1969, his Testament has served as a lodestar for the Vietnamese revolution to weather any storms and reap success on its path to socialism. His lessons remain fresh today not only for Vietnam but also communist movements globally.

    Exhibitions affirm Vietnam’s sea, island sovereignty
    Arrangements in place for National Day festivities
    Exhibition spotlights President Ho Chi Minh’s testament
    SCIENCE - EDUCATION
    Lam Dong invests in high tech agriculture

    Central Highlands province of Lam Dong is now Vietnam’s largest agricultural high tech zone (AHZ), after an investment of 13 trillion VND (611 million USD) since 2011.

    Free measles-rubella vaccination for children aged 1 to 14 to start from September 15
    Secondary school students in Ho Chi Minh city to learn about wildlife protection
    EC President presented with university’s honorary doctorate
    FOREIGN AFFAIRS
    Da Nang seeks to forge links with German city

    Chairman of People’s Committee of central Da Nang city Van Huu Chien has visited Hamburg city of Germany to discuss measures to boost bilateral ties.


    John Kerry congratulates Vietnam on National Day
    Communist Parties of Australia and Vietnam to form stronger links
    Vietnam-Malta diplomatic ties marked
    OVERSEAS VIETNAMESE
    Vietnam’s National Day marked abroad

    A wide range of activities have been held in foreign counties to mark the 60th anniversary of Vietnam’s National Day (September 2).

    National Day marked abroad
    Overseas Vietnamese students in Australia selling moon cakes for charity
    Photo exhibition about Vietnam organized in Cuba
    SPORTS
    Badminton players to compete at Vietnam Open tourney

    The Yonex Sunrise – Vietnam Open 2014 will take place at Phan Dinh Phung Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City, from September 1 – 7, drawing 272 badminton players from 15 countries and territories.

    Vietnam win one gold medal at Youth Olympic Games
    Masters set for chess world champs
    U13 champions to tour Japan
    TOURISM
    Over 190,000 tourist arrivals to Cu Lao Cham

    (CPV) - Cu Lao Cham island received more than 195,000 tourist arrivals from the start of the year, achieving 95% of the year’s target, said the management board for the island on August 27.

    Over 5.4 million foreign tourists visit Vietnam from start of the year
    National Day vacation – a chance for travel operators
    Vietnam Airlines adds 147 flights to domestic routes
    WORLD: EVENTS AND COMMENTS
    ASEAN markets more important for US companies: survey

    Over the past two years, ASEAN markets have become more important for 58 percent of respondents of a poll of 588 senior executives representing US companies in all 10 ASEAN countries.

    Thai economy on way of recovery
    Malaysia eyes Vietnam tours
    Private sector engagement boosts performance of state-owned enterprises
    FORUMS
    Fam trips help Quang Nam province’s tourism to develop

    Many travel agents have discovered new potential in fam trip organized by the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in the South central coastal province of Quang Nam.

    Attracting tourists to Ho Citadel
    Switzerland and the ICRC call for greater respect for international humanitarian law
    Measures to strengthen blue dragon export
    VIETNAM IN FOREIGNERS' EYES
    WB: Vietnam demonstrates climate leadership in building resilience

    (CPV) - The World Bank on August 25 congratulated Vietnam on the high-level attention to building resilience of vulnerable areas like the Mekong Delta – which are especially impacted by climate change and disaster risks, as well as Vietnam’s green growth strategy and action plan, and urged the country to forge ahead on a low carbon and resilient growth path.

    Only 500 days left to reach the MDGs
    Vietnam - an important destination for Singaporean businesses
    Vietnam attracts Russian tourists: French newspaper
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