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VietnamNet English 3 week(s) ago
VietNamNet Bridge – Thirteen years after it opened, the Sai Gon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) has achieved total sales of US$13.6 billion, including exports of $13.5 billion.
Keywords: parkExportsattractSupportingLe Hoai QuocLiberated Sai GonIntel Group
Báo Đầu Tư English 1 month(s) ago
Thirteen years after it opened, the Sai Gon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) has achieved total sales of US$13.6 billion, including exports of $13.5 billion.
Keywords: parkExportsSupportingLe Hoai QuocIntel GroupLiberated Sai Gontotal
VietnamNet English 5 month(s) ago
VietNamNet Bridge - The US is moving a great deal of outward investment to Vietnam. The US Intel Group, for example, plans to relocate its production line worth $1 billion from Costa Rica to Vietnam.
Keywords: outwardUncertaintiesJapanese YenImportsrelocateImagesForeign Investment Agency
VOV News English 21 month(s) ago
The second Vietnam Engineering Education Conference (VEEC) opened in Ho Chi Minh City on March 25 under the theme “Transformative Change: Educating Engineers to Innovate the Future of Vietnam”.
Keywords: Intel GroupParticipantsinspireThe Us AgencyEngineersSaigonInternational Development
VietnamPlus English 21 month(s) ago
Keywords: Intel GroupParticipantsjustifyThe Us AgencyinspireEngineersSaigon
VOV News English 25 month(s) ago
(VOV) - Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has predicted that 2014 will be a year of great changes.
Keywords: abroadstaffIntel GroupTrade Minister Vu Huy HoangAdvisorsTrade Promotion CentreComponents
VOV News English 32 month(s) ago
(VOV) - Energy capacity is the biggest risk factor hindering expanding Intel’s Vietnamese investment activities.
Keywords: IntelIntel GroupRmit VietnamTeacher Trainingenrichprogram
Hanoi Times English 33 month(s) ago
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The Hanoitimes - The electronics sector would gain an export turnover of US$40 billion in 2017, said Deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan.
Keywords: Deputy Pm Nguyen Thien NhanDeputy Pm NhanIntel GroupjustifyVietnamese Governmentchipleft
Báo điện tử CP English 33 month(s) ago
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VGP – The electronics sector would gain an export turnover of US$40 billion in 2017, said Deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan.
Keywords: justifyDeputy Pm NhanIntel GroupDeputy Pm Nguyen Thien NhanHuong GiangchipVietnamese Government
Báo QĐND English 42 month(s) ago
Vietnamese agencies and US organisations signed a document on the expansion of the existing Higher Engineering Education Alliance Programme (HEEAP) in Hanoi on August 20.
Keywords: Intel GroupLecturersUsaidThe Vietnamese GovernmentGeneral DepartmentVietnam UsTeaching English
VietnamPlus English 42 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news
Keywords: Intel GroupLecturersUsaidThe Vietnamese GovernmentGeneral DepartmentVietnam Usjustify
VOV News English 46 month(s) ago
(VOV) - Three Vietnamese students are attending the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held this year in Pennsylvania.
Keywords: ContestantscompeteVietnamese StudentsIntel GroupprizeIntelThree Vietnamese
Báo Dân Trí English 58 month(s) ago
Vietnam has focused on an initiative to increase computer literacy among disadvantaged students and people in rural and remote areas.
Keywords: ComputersDisadvantagedIntelApplicationsaccessMr TranMemorandum
Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 60 month(s) ago
International sponsors including the US Agency for International Development (USAID) have pledged to double the budget of the Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program in Vietnam to US$4.5 million.
Keywords: UsaiddoubleIntel GroupFor VietnamGeneral DepartmentTechnical EducationThe Us Agency
VietnamPlus English 60 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news
The internationally-funded Higher Engineering Education Alliance Programme (Heeap) is to have its budget strengthened by 2 million USD to improve technical education and vocational training in Vietnam.
Keywords: Technical EducationIntel GroupIntelVietnamese TeachersThe Us AgencyUsaidDonors
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