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Morning Stories Roundup: Tourists Return to Da Nang, Harmful UV Radiation and VinShop Launch

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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 to connect all rooftop solar systems to power grid [Vietnam Net]

Vietnam

- U22 team to represent Vietnam at French tournament [VnExpress]

- Quang Ninh targets double-digit GRDP growth in 2020 [Vietnam Net]

- Vingroup launches B2B2C e-commerce platform VinShop in Vietnam [Deal Street Asia]

- Renewable energy expected to reach 20% of total energy supply by 2030 [Nhan Dan]

- Vietnam seeks 6.5% growth through 2025 after missing current goal [Asia Nikkei]

- Da Nang welcomes first group of tourists after over two months [SGGP]

- Harmful UV radiation to hit Vietnam in coming days [Tuoi Tre]

- CAAV proposes shortening Noi Bai airport closure [Saigon Times]

Other

- Coronavirus: Malaysia, Myanmar are Asia’s newest hot spots as New Zealand says it has contained second wave [SCMP]

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