Realty unsalable, trading floors shutting down in masses

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Realty unsalable, trading floors shutting down in masses

VietNamNet Bridge – Real estate trading floors, which once mushroomed in the golden age, now have to shut down in masses because of the lackluster real estate market.

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Barroso sets out EU's priorities for autumn

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European Commission President Barroso on Wednesday described priorities of the Commission for autumn as "implementation."

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Minimum wages and minimum living standards

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Minimum wages and minimum living standards

VietNamNet Bridge – The government will raise minimum wages at both local and foreign-invested enterprises as of October 1, 2011, instead of January 1, 2012, as previously planned.

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Philippine President walks a fine line with China

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Philippine President walks a fine line with China

Philippine President Benigno Aquino III faces a delicate task in China this week: taking up his country’s claim to the troubled waters of the East Sea without undermining the increasingly important economic relationship between the two countries.

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Liem, Son had good result from World Cup

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Vietnamese chess Grand International Masters Le Quang Liem and Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son had good results in their second round matches at the World Chess Cup yesterday in Khanty Mansiysk, Russia.

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SOCIAL NEWS 1/9

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New law hopes to regulate direct bank wage transfers

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Vietnamese runner unqualified for London Olympics

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Vietnamese runner unqualified for London Olympics

Vietnamese runner Truong Thanh Hang failed to reach to the 2012 London Olympics as she was not qualified in the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in Daegu, Korea on September 1.

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POLITIC NEWS

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Vietnam’s National Day marked in Thailand

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Astronomers find nearest pair of supermassive black holes

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Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory discovered the first pair of supermassive black holes in a spiral galaxy similar to the Milky Way, NASA announced Wednesday.

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Working hard to answer foreign labour questions

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The spotlight has fallen on vast numbers of unlicensed foreign labourers working across the country. The National Assembly’s Social Affairs Committee deputy chairman Dang Nhu Loi tells VIR how the problem can be addressed.

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Hillary congratulates Vietnam on National Day

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on September 1 sent a message of congratulation to Vietnamese people on the occasion Vietnam’s National Day (September 2).

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Domestic retailers tend to join hands with foreign

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Domestic retailers tend to join hands with foreign

VietNamNet Bridge – Domestic retailers understand well that they need to join forces to develop. However, to date, every man is still for himself.

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ART & ENTERTAINMENT IN BRIEF 1/9

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German Film Festival in Vietnam 2011

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Strikes skyrocket owing to low wages

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VietNamNet Bridge – In the January-August period of 2011, the number of strikes in HCM City rose four times over the same period of 2010. The reason, according to the National Assembly, is employers paying too low salary.

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When will Vietnamese tourists be “civilized”?

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When will Vietnamese tourists be “civilized”?

VietNamNet Bridge – The owner of Ba Duc ancient house, a famous relic in Dong Hoa Hiep village in Tien Giang province, tells a local newspaper that he only welcomes foreign visitors and groups of Vietnamese visitors organized by prestigious travel agents. Why?

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