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Morning Stories Roundup: Football Academy, Pepper Market and UK Truck Victims

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Each morning, we select some of the most important stories from Saigon, the rest of Vietnam and beyond, and digest them into short, accessible links so you can easily keep up with current affairs.

Saigon

- HCM City hopes investment in infrastructure will foster economic growth. [Dan Tri]

- Young people in HCMC enthusiastically perform military services. [SGGP]

Vietnam

- NGO work hit in Vietnam by novel coronavirus. [VnExpress]

- Vietnamese, Japanese clubs to establish football academy in Vietnam. [VnExpress]

- Surveillance cameras in buses on the way. [VietnamNet]

- Vietnam’s pepper market faces falling prices. [VietnamNet]

- New Decree aims to uphold ethics in passenger transportation. [SGGP]

- Vinh Phuc to extend leave for students. [Dan Tri]

Other

- Global CO2 Emissions Were Flat in 2019—But Don’t Cheer Yet. [Scientific American]

- Vietnamese people found dead in lorry 'suffocated and overheated.' [The Guardian]

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