Mozambique freight train derails, at least 17 dead

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 1 week(s) ago

MAPUTO, Feb 20 (Reuters) - At least 17 people were killed after a freight train carrying commuters and merchandise including coal derailed in Mozambique's capital on Thursday, a railway company driver told Reuters on Friday.

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Cement consumption rises 30%

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VietNam News English 1 month(s) ago

Cement consumption rises 30%

Cement consumption in the country posted a 30 per cent year-on-year rise in January 2015, reaching 5.87 million tonnes.

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Leading telcos striving for global reach

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Báo Đầu Tư English 1 month(s) ago

Leading telcos striving for global reach

Local telecom giants are stepping up efforts to seek for outbound investments to bolster business efficiency.

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Vietnam’s Viettel comes closer to $10 billion revenue mark

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 1 month(s) ago

Vietnam’s Viettel comes closer to $10 billion revenue mark

Vietnam’s military-run Viettel Group last year jumped closer to the US$10 billion revenue mark, with investment in nine overseas markets raking in billion-dollar earnings, the company revealed over the weekend.

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Vietnamese tycoons pour money into overseas projects

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VietnamNet English 1 month(s) ago

Vietnamese tycoons pour money into overseas projects

VietNamNet Bridge – More and more wealthy Vietnamese businesspeople have been looking for investment opportunities overseas, but the results have been less than satisfactory.

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Viettel conference links telecoms

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VietNam News English 1 month(s) ago

Nearly 500 leaders and best employees of military-run telecommunications group, Viettel, attended and presented papers on over 20 topics related to the telecommunications industry at a conference here on Thursday.

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VN supports Mozambique flood victims

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Báo điện tử CP English 1 month(s) ago

VN supports Mozambique flood victims

VGP- The Vietnamese government has agreed to disburse $200,000 in aid to Mozambique's victims of flood, the worst since 1971.

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Press digest – January 22

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Báo điện tử CP English 1 month(s) ago 3 related news

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – January 23

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 1 month(s) ago

Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – January 23

Tuoi Tre News briefs you on some of the leading stories published today, January 23, in Vietnamese media:

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Social News 23/1

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VietnamNet English 1 month(s) ago

Social News 23/1

US Embassy announces student exchange openings

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Vietnam supports flood victims in Mozambique

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VietnamPlus English 1 month(s) ago

Vietnam will send 200,000 USD in aid to flood victims in Mozambique, who are suffering from the worst flood since 1971, according to the Vietnamese Embassy in Mozambique.

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Vietnam supports Mozambique flood victims

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VOV News English 1 month(s) ago

Vietnam supports Mozambique flood victims

(VOV) - The Vietnam government has agreed to disburse US$200,000 to support the victims of the flooding in the Southeast African nation, according to the Vietnam Embassy in Mozambique.

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PM congratulates Mozambican counterpart

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Báo điện tử CP English 1 month(s) ago

VGP – PM Nguyen Tan Dung on Monday extended congratulations to Mr. Carlos Agostinho do Rosário who has been appointed as the Prime Minister of Mozambique.

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Bad beer kills at least 69 in Mozambique

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Báo Thanh Niên English 1 month(s) ago

At least 69 people have died over the weekend in Mozambique, after drinking home-brewed beer at a funeral, officials say.

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VN aims to increase rice exports

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VN aims to increase rice exports

Viet Nam will focus on Africa, West and South Asian markets to boost rice exports amidst harsh competition anticipated this year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

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