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H'Hen Nie, Huong Giang, Nguyen Ngoc Tu Among Top 50 Most Influential Vietnamese Women

Two of Vietnam’s recent beauty pageant winners were included in a list of the country’s most influential women compiled by Forbes.

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Amid Swine Fever Outbreak, Countries Impose Ban on Pork Products From Vietnam

The African swine fever virus has spread to seven localities including Thanh Hoa, Hung Yen, Ha Nam, Thai Binh, Hai Phong, Hai Duong and Hanoi.

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VietJet, Bamboo Airways Sign Orders of 110 Boeing Planes During Trump-Kim Summit

Bamboo Airways currently uses six leased Airbus aircraft while VietJet's fleet includes 20 owned Airbus and 44 that are leased.

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Have Unwanted Ornamental Trees After Tet? These 2 Cemeteries Want Them.

While buying ornamental trees and flowers has always been a tradition followed by many Vietnamese during Tet, throwing them away after the holiday's passed can be very wasteful.

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Japanese Brand Muji Will Open First Vietnam Store in Saigon in 2020

Japanese homeware company Ryohin Keikaku will bring its distinct collection of “no brand, quality goods” to Vietnam in the near future.

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Hanoi Barber Offers Free Presidential Hairdos in Honor of Trump-Kim Summit

Tuan Duong Beauty Academy, a barbershop in Hanoi, is offering its patrons the iconic hairstyles of either leader in anticipation of their arrival in Vietnam's capital next week.

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Vietnam Aviation Safety Standard Approved by US for Future Direct Flights

Vietnamese flight carriers can now open direct flights from Vietnam to the United States.

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[Video] Two Railway Flagwomen Save Elderly Woman Seconds Before the Train Comes

The incident happened on Nguyen Thanh Phuong Road in Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai Province.

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Driver Fined VND5.5m for Holding Tet Picnic on Noi Bai-Lao Cai Expressway

What could possibly go wrong?

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Holiday Stories Roundup: Hanoi, HCMC Among Most Dynamic Growing Cities, Report Says

Stay connected with Saigoneer on Twitter and Instagram and like us on Facebook. Each morning, we select some of the most important stories from Saigon, the rest of Vietnam and beyond, and digest them...

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Vinamilk Might Open 2nd Southeast Asia Factory in Myanmar

The company currently has 13 plants and 10 dairy farms in Vietnam, one factory each in the US, New Zealand and Cambodia.

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More Vietnamese Are Spending Tet Away From Home, Data Shows

Booking statistics from tour companies in recent years show an interesting trend.

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Vietnam Drops 5 Places in Talent Attraction, Retention Index

The Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI), compiled by the Bussiness of the World (INSEAD), looks at 125 countries and 114 cities.

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Lam Dong to Earmark $431m to Restore Defunct Da Lat-Thap Cham Railway

The unique cogwheel train was originally built by the French almost a century ago, but after 1975 was heavily damaged.

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Hong Kong Health, Beauty Care Brand Watsons Opens 1st Vietnam Store in Saigon

Can the brand compete with existing players in the market?

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Vietnam to Face Japan in Asian Cup Quarterfinal This Thursday

Will a miracle happen to help Vietnam overcome Japan’s mighty “samurais”?

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Vietnam's National Team May Play Liverpool FC This Summer

The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) has announced that they are in contact with Premier League powerhouse Liverpool to arrange a friendly match between the two clubs this summer. 

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Trade Promotion Authorities Sign Partnership With Amazon Global Selling

Amazon Global Selling is a program for sellers and merchants to list their goods on Amazon's global e-commerce sites.

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Hoi An Requests $30m to Save Cua Dai Beach From Severe Erosion

Hoi An’s Cua Dai Beach might be wiped out completely in the near future if nothing is done to combat further erosion.

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After Series of Grave Accidents, Vietnam Amps up Street Inspections, Sobriety Tests

In response to worrisome statistics and high profile accidents, authorities are undertaking a variety of measures to make roads safer.