LG Electronics to shift TV production in Thailand to Vietnam

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South Korea's LG Electronics Inc, the world's second largest television maker, will shift its TV production in Thailand to Vietnam this year for efficiency, logistics and costs, a top executive at its Thai unit said on Tuesday.

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Two to be prosecuted for purportedly trafficking child at Hanoi pagoda

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Police in Hanoi have suggested the local People’s Procuracy prosecuted two women for alleged child trafficking that investigations have showed took place at a pagoda.

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Traffic accidents kill 138 in Ho Chi Minh City in Jan-Feb

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Traffic accidents kill 138 in Ho Chi Minh City in Jan-Feb

The number of traffic accidents and the resulting deaths and injuries in Ho Chi Minh City all recorded a year-on-year increase in the first two months of this year, the city’s Traffic Safety Board has announced.

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British book advises people to see Vietnam’s millennium-old Cham towers before death

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British book advises people to see Vietnam’s millennium-old Cham towers before death

A cluster of 1,000-year-old Cham towers in a central Vietnamese province has just been added to the revised edition of a British book that highlights must-see architectural buildings across the globe.

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Toyota could cease making cars in Vietnam on coming tax cut: President

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Toyota could cease making cars in Vietnam on coming tax cut: President

The Vietnamese unit of the world’s largest carmaker Toyota is considering putting an end on production and switch to import to enjoy the preferential tax treatment a trade pact will offer in the next three years.

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Vietnam to hand over $100mn oil rig to Brunei in June

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Vietnam to hand over $100mn oil rig to Brunei in June

Vietnam is about to finish building an oil and gas platform to export to Brunei in June in accordance with a US$100 million agreement approved by the former’s PTSC Mechanical and Construction Company and the latter’s Total E&P Borneo B.V. in February last year.

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Joining SE Asian Games in Singapore to cost Vietnam nearly $1mn

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Joining SE Asian Games in Singapore to cost Vietnam nearly $1mn

It is estimated to cost Vietnam over VND20 billion (US$930,200) for its delegation of 640 members, including around 420 athletes, to take part in the 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games to be held from June 5 to 16 in Singapore.

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Demi Lovato to sing in Ho Chi Minh City next month

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Demi Lovato to sing in Ho Chi Minh City next month

Celebrated American singer/actress Demi Lovato has confirmed she will make it to a music event in Ho Chi Minh City next month.

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Uber should only partner with licensed transport firms: Vietnam PM

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Uber should only partner with licensed transport firms: Vietnam PM

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has given approval to the management regulations the Ministry of Transport proposed late last year to be applied for the operations of ridesharing app Uber in Vietnam.

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Vietnam artists narrate luxury trips to claim photography prizes in Dubai

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Vietnam artists narrate luxury trips to claim photography prizes in Dubai

Two Vietnamese artists who have both won prizes at an emerging photography competition held annually in Dubai, have shared with Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper their memorable trips to claim the awards in the lavish city of the United Arab Emirates.

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It may take a month to fix Vietnam’s latest Internet cable cut: telco

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It may take a month to fix Vietnam’s latest Internet cable cut: telco

Repairs to the break identified Monday in the submarine cable system that supplies Vietnam’s Internet connectivity could last between three weeks and a month, a local telecom firm said late the same day.

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Vietnam to build $350mn airport in province home to Ha Long Bay

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Vietnam to build $350mn airport in province home to Ha Long Bay

The administration of the northern Vietnamese province of Quang Ninh, home to the world-renowned Ha Long Bay, is considering investments in many megaprojects to improve its traffic infrastructure, including the construction of a multimillion-dollar airport.

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Storm Jangmi may enter East Sea on New Year’s Day

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Storm Jangmi may enter East Sea on New Year’s Day

Tropical storm Jangmi, which battered the southern Philippines and left at least three dead on Monday, is forecast to enter the East Sea early on the first day of 2015, the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting said Tuesday.

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Twenty-two people killed outside Cairo soccer stadium

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Twenty-two people killed outside Cairo soccer stadium

Twenty-two people were killed outside an Egyptian soccer stadium on Sunday when security forces barred fans from entering, the public prosecutor's office said.

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Merkel to urge caution in U.S. as pressure builds to arm Ukraine forces

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Merkel to urge caution in U.S. as pressure builds to arm Ukraine forces

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to argue in Washington on Monday against arming Ukraine in its conflict against Russian-backed rebels, while in Brussels EU ministers held off tightening sanctions to give peace talks a chance.

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