As chaotic as ever

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As chaotic as ever

When the education ministry introduced a new rule that no longer requires costly and stressful college and university entrance examinations, both parents and students took a deep sigh of relief.

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Vietnam debates design of helmets for ethnic women with high buns

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Vietnam debates design of helmets for ethnic women with high buns

Wearing helmet is compulsory for all motorcycle drivers in Vietnam, but following such a rule is not quite an easy task for women of some ethnic minority groups, who wear high buns as a centuries-old custom.

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Foreign suppliers may have to build seed factories in Vietnam

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Foreign suppliers may have to build seed factories in Vietnam

Vietnam's agriculture ministry is drafting a circular on genetically modified organisms, requiring foreign suppliers of the plants for local farmers to build seed factories within four to five years since getting their licenses, news website Saigon Times Online recently reported.

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Foreign suppliers of GMO may have to build seed factories in Vietnam

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Foreign suppliers of GMO may have to build seed factories in Vietnam

An undated photo of a farmer harvesting genetically-modified corn in the Mekong Delta. Photo credit: Saigon Times Online

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Diplomatic sector pioneers in international integration

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Diplomatic sector pioneers in international integration

The diplomatic sector must lead the way as the country begins a new period in international integration, when it takes up a proactive role in deciding the rule of the game, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh said in an interview on the sector’s 70th founding anniversary.

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Livestock industry on the TPP chopping block

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Livestock industry on the TPP chopping block

(VOV) - Vietnam’s livestock industry on which the livelihoods of nearly 10 million people depend will most likely be put on the chopping block by the 11 other signatory nations to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade accord.

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Strategic deal stroke by CBRE and Khang Dien

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Strategic deal stroke by CBRE and Khang Dien

CBRE Vietnam and domestic developer Khang Dien have just signed a management agreement for a new portfolio of villa projects in the fast-growing District 9 of Ho Chi Minh City.

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Images of historical August Revolution in 1945

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Images of historical August Revolution in 1945

The August Revolution launched by the League for the Independence of Vietnam against French colonial rule on August 19, 1945 marked a new era of national independence and socialism.

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Thailand says can't rule out any group for Bangkok bomb, death toll at 22

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Thailand says can't rule out any group for Bangkok bomb, death toll at 22

Thai authorities have not ruled out any group, including elements opposed to the military government, for a bomb blast in Bangkok that killed 22 people, but officials said the bombing did not match tactics used by insurgents in the south.

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China critical of Japan PM's 'sincerity' in WW2 statement

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his "utmost grief" while marking the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII, but made no fresh apology to the countries, like China and South Korea, which sufffered under Japan's colonial rule.

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Japan PM expresses "utmost grief" over war but no fresh apology

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Japan PM expresses 'utmost grief' over war but no fresh apology

TOKYO, Aug 14 - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday expressed "utmost grief" for the suffering Japan inflicted in World War Two, but said that future generations of Japanese should not have to keep apologizing for the mistakes of the past.

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Japan's Abe set to issue WW2 anniversary remarks amid conflicting pressures

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Japan's Abe set to issue WW2 anniversary remarks amid conflicting pressures

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was poised on August 14 to issue a statement marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two, remarks that will be closely analyzed abroad to see whether he dilutes past apologies over the conflict.

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Vietnam lifts MERS health declaration for visitors from RoK

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Vietnam lifts MERS health declaration for visitors from RoK

Visitors from South Korea entering Vietnam from August 15, 2015 onward will no longer be required to fill out MERS-CoV health declarations, the Vietnamese Ministry of Health said in a decision issued on Wednesday.

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Vietnamese enterprises to reap huge benefits after signing of EU trade pact

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Vietnamese enterprises to reap huge benefits after signing of EU trade pact

The Vietnam-EU free trade agreement, which will be reached soon following the conclusion of final negotiations between the two parties, will bring benefits worth billions of U.S. dollars to Vietnamese firms, a senior state official told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper in an interviewed published Tuesday.

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Textiles sector under pressure post-TPP

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Textiles sector under pressure post-TPP

In just the first half of this year, textile exports to markets joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) accounted for 70 per cent of the total export value and will grow substantially once the agreement is signed.

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