Australia opens door for Vietnamese lychees, but growers still worried

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Australia opens door for Vietnamese lychees, but growers still worried

Vietnamese lychee farmers still cannot breathe a sigh of relief after Australia announced it will open its door for the fruit given the rising yield this year, though both central and local authorities have moved to help raise domestic demand for it.

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Baking fish for a living in Vietnam

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Baking fish for a living in Vietnam

Broiled fish is a delicacy of a traditional village in the north-central Vietnamese province of Nghe An, and the dish has become famous in different localities in the region.

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Whale shark washes up on shore in central Vietnam; funeral planned

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Whale shark washes up on shore in central Vietnam; funeral planned

A whale shark of around 3.5 tons washed ashore in the central coastal town Mui Ne Monday.

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Vietnam Airlines tops the list of flight delays during holiday

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Vietnam Airlines tops the list of flight delays during holiday

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines topped the list of flight delays during the six-day holiday starting April 28 with 249 flights delayed, accounting for 49.4% of the total, local media reported, citing data from the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

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Vietnam Airlines tops other carriers in flight delays during six-day holiday

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Vietnam Airlines tops other carriers in flight delays during six-day holiday

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines topped the list of flight delays during the six-day holiday starting April 28 with 249 flights delayed, accounting for 49.4 percent of the total, local media reported, citing data from the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – Conclusion: Selling gold from national reserves for food

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – Conclusion: Selling gold from national reserves for food

Vietnam sold over 40 metric tons of gold, including 16 metric tons inheritied from the U.S.-backed Saigon regime after the country was reunified in 1975, during the period of malnutrition in the late 1970s and 1980s to buy rice and solve other urgent issues.

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – P4: Borrowing wheat from India, rice from Indonesia

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – P4: Borrowing wheat from India, rice from Indonesia

After national reunification in 1975, Vietnam faced a serious period of malnutrition due to problems in state management and had to borrow wheat from India, rice from Indonesia along with aid from the former USSR.

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HCM City's German-owned building to be country's greenest

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HCM City's German-owned building to be country's greenest

Deutsches Haus on HCM City's Le Duan Street will become the most energy-efficient office building in Viet Nam when it is completed in 2017, German company Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh Stadt Ltd., the building owner, has said in a press release.

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Moving mountain: 420-ton sacred structure relocated in southern Vietnam

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Moving mountain: 420-ton sacred structure relocated in southern Vietnam

A 420-metric ton replica of the famous Catholic shrine in France’s Lourdes has been successfully relocated in the southern town of Vung Tau by a renowned structural mover.

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – P3: Flouting rules to buy rice for malnutrition-afflicted people

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – P3: Flouting rules to buy rice for malnutrition-afflicted people

In a unified nation in the late 1970s and 1980s, many people in Ho Chi Minh City suffered from malnutrition because rice and other necessities were banned from being circulated among localities.

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Weekly roundup: World's oldest woman, human trafficking, anti-pollution protest

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Weekly roundup: World's oldest woman, human trafficking, anti-pollution protest

122-year-old Vietnamese now oldest woman in the world

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – April 23

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – April 23

Briefs on some of the leading news stories published Wednesday (April 23) in Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper:

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In Vietnam, bee keeper exodus begins around March for premium honey

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In Vietnam, bee keeper exodus begins around March for premium honey

Around March every year, keepers from across the country send their swarms of bees to the Central Highlands for the insects to suck the best nectar there and produce the finest-quality honey.

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – P1: Job’s tears during late 1970s-80s

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‘Hunger era’ in Vietnam – P1: Job’s tears during late 1970s-80s

Vietnam experienced its hardest peacetime period during the late 1970s and 1980s when even senior leaders did not have enough rice for two meals a day, which was a result of wrong economic and political policies.

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Tuna industry failing on sustainability

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Tuna industry failing on sustainability

(VOV) - The Vietnam Association of Seafood Producers and Exporters (VASEP) recently forecast the overall export value of tuna to increase slightly by 4% on-year to US$510 million for 2015.

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