Hong Kong trams mark 110 years in service

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Hong Kong's iconic trams mark 110 years in service this year. They're a daily reminder of a rather gentler pace of life in one of Asia's great cities.

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Industry failed to keep pace with innovation: Yoran

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RSA Senior Vice President Amit Yoran discusses the growth of cyber crimes and cyber espionage and how companies are too reliant on traditional methods of security. He speaks to Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “Asia Edge.”

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Raft of mega projects lay idle

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Raft of mega projects lay idle

Many billion-dollar foreign-invested projects in Vietnam that have leased large swaths of land are progressing at a snail’s pace, which has roused public concern.

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HCMC keeps pace of growth

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HCMC keeps pace of growth

Ho Chi Minh City’s economy maintains its growth pace in the first seven months this year, said director of the Department of Planning and Investment Thai Van Re at a meeting hosted on July 24 by the city People’s Committee.

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M&A forum to advance ‘second wave’

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M&A forum to advance ‘second wave’

VietNamNet Bridge – The hastened pace of equitisation of state-owned enterprises has led many experts to opine that there is a second wave of mergers and acquisitions ready to hit Vietnam.

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Transport Minister blames Chinese, Korean contractors for slow projects

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Transport Minister blames Chinese, Korean contractors for slow projects

Transport Minister Dinh La Thang complained about the slow progress of several transport projects contracted to Chinese and South Korean firms.

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M&A forum to advance ‘second wave’

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M&A forum to advance ‘second wave’

The hastened pace of equitisation of state-owned enterprises has led many experts to opine that there is a second wave of mergers and acquisitions ready to hit Vietnam. Ngoc Linh reports.

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Federal Reserve plans to end stimulus in October

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Federal Reserve plans to end stimulus in October

The Federal Reserve will end its stimulus programme in October if US economic growth continues at its current pace, according to minutes from its June meeting.

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Experts scrutinise slow pace of bad debt resolution

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Banking experts are looking at ways to more effectively tackle the country’s bad debt situation.

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Low inflation signals macroeconomic stability

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It is an upbeat sign that Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) rose at a slow pace in the first six months of 2014, said Dr. Tran Hoang Ngan, member of the National Assembly Economic Committee in an interview with Nhan Dan (People) newspaper.

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Japan consumer price growth at 32-year high

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Japan consumer price growth at 32-year high

Consumer prices in Japan rose at an annual rate of 3.4% in May, the fastest pace in 32 years, as the effect of the sales tax hike started to be felt.

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CPI in Vietnam grows at slowest pace in 13 years

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CPI in Vietnam grows at slowest pace in 13 years

A woman buys chicken from a butcher in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Dinh Phu

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Press struggling to go digital: survey

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Though print and digital newspapers continue to increase readership, digital revenues have not kept pace, posing a risk for newspapers and the societies they serve, a recent survey found.

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Korean contractors blamed for slow pace of railway project

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Korean contractors blamed for slow pace of railway project

VietNamNet Bridge – Hanoi Chair Nguyen The Thao has shown his dissatisfaction with the sluggishness of the urban rail project from Nhon to the Hanoi Railway station, which is being carried out by Vietnamese contractor Hancorp and two Korean contractors, Posco and Daelim.

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Five reasons it went wrong for Spain

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Spain became the fifth holders to be eliminated from the World Cup at the first stage after their 2-0 defeat by Chile at the Maracana on Wednesday.

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