Japanese expert says Vietnam stuck in middle income trap

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Japanese expert says Vietnam stuck in middle income trap

There are at least five signs showing that Vietnam has fallen into the middle income trap, a Japanese economics expert who has 20 years of experience in doing research on the Southeast Asian country told Tuoi Tre on Monday, reaffirming what he remarked at a conference last month.

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40 years on, Vietnam orphanage prospers from Xmas card revenue

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40 years on, Vietnam orphanage prospers from Xmas card revenue

Students at SOS Da Lat, which was opened by Vietnamese professors in France in 1974 to help orphans and others in difficult situations. Photo by Professor Ham Chau

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Samsung contests Apple’s patent claims in $2 billion case

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Samsung contests Apple’s patent claims in $2 billion case

An Apple Inc. iPhone 4S smartphone, left, and a Samsung Electronics Co. Galaxy S III smartphone are arranged for a photograph in Seoul.

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Red sludge steel could solve VN's pollution problem

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Red sludge steel could solve VN's pollution problem

VietNamNet Bridge – Scientists have reported that experiments in making steel from red sludge, a by-product of producing aluminium, offers a solution to environmental problems in the bauxite-alumina project in the Central Highlands.

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Vietnamese students fed up with literature lessons

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Vietnamese students fed up with literature lessons

VietNamNet Bridge – General school teachers have admitted that literature lessons do not appeal to their students.

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Vietnam professor found plagiarizing doctoral thesis

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The deputy rector of a Hanoi university copied some parts of the doctoral dissertation of another professor with no citations around 20 years ago.

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Chinese to help Vietnamese boost farm exports to China?

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Chinese to help Vietnamese boost farm exports to China?

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) is considering hiring Chinese consultants to helping Vietnam increase farm exports to the vast Chinese market.

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SOS Children’s Village Da Lat unique in the world

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SOS Children’s Village Da Lat unique in the world

This month marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the SOS Children’s Village Da Lat, a unique place in the history of SOS Children’s Villages in the world since the construction and operation of the Vietnamese village was not funded by SOS-Kinderdorf International.

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Red sludge steel could solve VN's pollution problem

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Scientists have reported that experiments in making steel from red sludge, a by-product of producing aluminium, offers a solution to environmental problems in the bauxite-alumina project in the Central Highlands.

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America’s unfocused policy towards China?

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America’s unfocused policy towards China?

Editor’s Note: Terry F. Buss is a Distinguished Professor of Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University (Australia). He wrote this article exclusively for Tuoitrenews.

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FDI shifting trend beneficial to Vietnam

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FDI shifting trend beneficial to Vietnam

(VOV) - Though foreign direct investment (FDI) capital declined in the first quarter of the year, economists say Vietnam is benefitting from the shifting of FDI trends, especially from multinational corporations (MNCs).

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Ministry, concerned agencies discuss measles in online meeting

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Ministry, concerned agencies discuss measles in online meeting

A cyber meeting to discuss the increase of measles cases was held on April 8 by the Ministry of Health, the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) and concerned agencies.

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VN faces critical organ donor shortage

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VN faces critical organ donor shortage

VietNamNet Bridge – A severe organ donor shortage in Viet Nam means that few patients receive much-needed transplants.

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Vietnam’s GDP could grow 13.6% in 2025, says Harvard professor

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Vietnam’s GDP could grow 13.6% in 2025, says Harvard professor

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam will enjoy strong economic and trade expansion if the country signs the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, with gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast at 13.6% in 2025, said Professor Robert Z Lawrence from Harvard Kennedy School.

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Vietnam faces critical organ donor shortage

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Vietnam faces critical organ donor shortage

A severe organ donor shortage in Vietnam means that few patients receive much-needed transplants.

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