Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News Sept. 3

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News Sept. 3

Briefs on some of leading news stories published on Tuesday (September 3) in Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper:

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Small buses a must: HCM City

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VietNam News English 6 month(s) ago

Small buses a must: HCM City

City authorities have asked the Ministry of Transport for permission to continue the use of public buses with 12 to 16 seats.

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Toyota to recall 42,772 vehicles

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VietNam News English 7 month(s) ago 2 duplicate news

Toyota to recall 42,772 vehicles

Toyota Viet Nam (TMV) said it is preparing to recall 42,772 units of Innova and Fortuner for checking and replacing the spiral cable of driver's airbag.

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No taxis to ply on Chuong Duong Bridge

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No taxis to ply on Chuong Duong Bridge

Taxis have been temporarily banned from crossing the Chuong Duong Bridge to enter central Ha Noi during the peak hours from today to prevent traffic jams.

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City to clamp down on private coaches

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VietNam News English 7 month(s) ago

HCM City is set to crack down on unauthorised private vehicles that illegally offer transportation to the public and tourists, officials said.

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Japan firm licensed to operate $2 mln Vietnam bus route

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Japan firm licensed to operate $2 mln Vietnam bus route

A Japanese firm will invest in two eco-friendly bus lines that cost an estimated US$2 million dollars via a joint venture with a local company under a license granted last month by authorities in a southern Vietnamese province.

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Japan firm licensed to operate $2 mln Vietnam bus route

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Japan firm licensed to operate $2 mln Vietnam bus route

A Japanese firm will invest in two eco-friendly bus lines that cost an estimated US$2 million dollars via a joint venture with a local company under a license granted last month by authorities in a southern Vietnamese province.

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Myanmar carrier to boost international routes with lease deal

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Myanmar carrier to boost international routes with lease deal

SINGAPORE – Myanmar's national carrier on Tuesday signed a deal to lease 10 Boeing aircraft worth nearly $1 billion that will ply international routes in a bid to tap booming tourism as the once-reclusive country opens up to the world.

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Five years on, banned vehicles still on the road

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Five years on, banned vehicles still on the road

Nearly 10,000 self-modified and three-wheeled vehicles ply the roads nationwide, despite their being banned in 2008, according to the Ministry of Transport.

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Five years on, banned autos still on the road

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Five years on, banned autos still on the road

Nearly 10,000 self-modified and three-wheeled vehicles ply the roads nationwide, despite their being banned in 2008, the Ministry of Transport said on Friday.

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Workshop seeks ways to tackle prostitution

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Foreign and domestic delegates met at a workshop in the northern province of Quang Ninh on November 25 to seek ways to fight against prostitution, which has been getting more sophisticated in this booming hi-tech era.

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Art goes underground for Stockholm commuters

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VietNam News English 15 month(s) ago

It's deep underground, dubbed "the world's longest art exhibition," shows everything from Roman torsos to giant tulips and, if you live in Stockholm, can be seen everyday on your way to work.

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Downgraded buses continue to ply in city streets

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SaiGon GP English 15 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news

Downgraded buses continue to ply in city streets

Ho Chi Minh City is developing future public transport, such as metros, tramcars, and overpass trams, which will come about only in the next five or six years, but currently the buses still plying the City streets are in poor and downgraded condition.

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India to launch own aircraft carrier

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India to launch own aircraft carrier

NEW DELHI – India will Monday launch its first indigenously built aircraft carrier, two years behind schedule and at an estimated cost of up to $5 billion.

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Vietnam capital wants the cyclo to disappear

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Báo Thanh Niên English 16 month(s) ago

Vietnam capital wants the cyclo to disappear

A cyclo serving foreign tourists in Hanoi

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