Health ministry begins comprehensive inspection of Coca-Cola Vietnam

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Health ministry begins comprehensive inspection of Coca-Cola Vietnam

The Vietnamese subsidiary of giant soft drink maker Coca-Cola will undergo a thorough inspection by the Ministry of Health today, June 21, which company executives claim to be a scheduled, rather than impromptu, checkup.

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Agro firm chief arrested for abuse of subsidized loan program

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Agro firm chief arrested for abuse of subsidized loan program

The Can Tho city police Thursday arrested the director of an agro-fisheries company for allegedly fraudulently obtaining soft loans worth billions of dong from a bank since 2012.

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“Honoring Vietnamese products 2016” fair kicked off

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“Honoring Vietnamese products 2016” fair kicked off

The exhibition fair named “Honoring Vietnamese goods 2016” was opened at Phu Tho Sport Stadium (located at No.1 Lu Gia street, District 11), HCMC. Deputy Secretary of the HCMC Party Committee Vo Thi Dung; deputy chairman of HCMC People’s Committee Le Thanh Lien attended the exhibition.

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Company fined VND5.8 bil for manufacturing contaminated soft drink

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Company fined VND5.8 bil for manufacturing contaminated soft drink

The URC Vietnam Company in Hanoi was fined VND5.8 billion (US$ 259,144) for violating food safety and hygiene regulation, said the Ministry of Health’s Deputy Chief Inspector Nguyen Van Nhien on May 31.

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Soft skills contest for students begins in HCM City

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Báo Đầu Tư English 1 month(s) ago

Soft skills contest for students begins in HCM City

HCM CITY- Samsung Vina Electronics Company and the General Sciences Library of HCM City launched a competition called "Level up – Soft skill opening the future" to help students develop their soft skills.

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Scandals shake up drinks sector

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Scandals shake up drinks sector

The beverage market has seen significant upheavals recently as big players like Number 1 Group and Suntory PepsiCo face scandals over their production quality. The latest shock to local consumers was last week’s allegations of high lead content in the green tea product C2 and energy drink Red Dragon, produced by the Universal Robina Corporation. Nguyen Van Viet, chairman of the Vietnam Beer, Alcohol Beverage Association, shared his analysis on this unfolding issue with VIR’s Thanh Xuan.

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Three batches of soft drinks with high level of lead removed from market

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Three batches of soft drinks with high level of lead removed from market

The inspection team of the Ministry of Health has decided to withdraw three batches of products of URC Vietnam in Thach That-Quoc Oai Industrial Park in Hanoi from market because the products have high level of lead, said Deputy Chief Inspectorate Nguyen Van Nhien of the ministry in last weekend

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Vietnam health agency to thoroughly inspect soft drink

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SaiGon GP English 1 month(s) ago

The Vietnam Food Administration has taken samples of products of URC Vietnam for tests after unconfirmed information revealed that products of URC Vietnam contain high levels of lead,.

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Australia university ousts Chinese academic amid cries of Beijing interference

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Australia university ousts Chinese academic amid cries of Beijing interference

A China-born academic has been forced out of a leading Australian university for posting online politically charged remarks about his countrymen, re-igniting accusations Beijing is using its presence inside global campuses to exert soft power.

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NBC reveals interbank fund payment service

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VietStock FI English 2 month(s) ago

The National Bank of Cambodia will launch a new payment system to increase inter bank activity in a move to shore up confidence in the Kingdom’s rapidly expanding banking sector, it said in a press release yesterday.

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Over 4 million in Vietnam have diabetes as disease grows in Asia: report

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Over 4 million in Vietnam have diabetes as disease grows in Asia: report

Uncontrolled consumption of fast food and soft drinks has caused the number of diabetes patients in Vietnam to shoot up to a dangerously high level, with more and more children diagnosed with the disease, according to new data.

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Driver admits to fatigue as truck overturned in southern Vietnam

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Driver admits to fatigue as truck overturned in southern Vietnam

A drowsy driver ended up having his truck overturned as he was transporting soft drink in the southern province of Binh Duong on Friday.

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – April 9

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – April 9

Here are the leading news stories about Vietnam you should not miss today, April 9

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Concerns grow over rice exports

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Concerns grow over rice exports

After two promising months, Cambodia’s rice exports fell by 14 per cent year-on-year in March, according to new data by Ministry of Agriculture, sparking fears amongst rice millers that export shipments would further decline without adequate financial backing.

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Gov’t vows to monitor borders to stop illegal rice

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VietStock FI English 3 month(s) ago

The government has decided to strengthen entry points along Cambodia’s borders to block illegal rice imports, while promising to dissolve any company’s certificate of origin that is caught mixing contraband rice for export, Cambodian Rice Federation (CRF) president Sok Puthyvuth announced following a meeting yesterday with Deputy Prime Minister Kheat Chhon.

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