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Morning Stories Roundup: Flights to Thailand Resume, New Hyundai Factory and HCMC Develops Plan for Underground Spaces

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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

HCMC develops plan for underground spaces [SGGP]

Vietnam

Vietnam PM green-lights resumption of commercial flights to Thailand [Tuoi Tre]

Off Quang Ninh coast, divers plunge the depths to electrify island [VnExpress]

SBV eyes further interest cut [Vietnam News]

New cold spell to hit northern region [DTI News]

Taiwan's tech firm to invest US$1 billion in Vietnam [Saigon Times]

Passengers must spend 6 days at concentrated quarantine centers after entering VN [Vietnam Net]

Hyundai starts building US$138-million automobile plant in Vietnam [Hanoi Times]

Other

 Facebook Says it Will Stop Operating in Europe If Regulators Don’t Back Down [Vice News]

Organizers and IOC working to rein in nervous Tokyo 2020 sponsors [Japan Times]

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