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Vietnam, Chinese Parties target further co-operation

Nhan Dan/VNA – Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has emphasised the need for enhanced exchanges and co-operation between the Party agencies of Vietnam and China, especially in theoretical work, personnel training, Party building and national management.

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Japan, Vietnam foster ties for regional stability and prosperityStrengthening the comprehensive strategic partnership uniting Japan and Vietnam will contribute to perpetuating regional peace, stability, and prosperity.

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Vietnam, Cuba hold high-level talksPrime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba Raul Castro Ruz have reached consensus on orientations to deepen bilateral ties in the future.

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My first Đêm Giao ThừaThe Lunar New Year (Tết) holiday can be a reality check for longer term foreign residents in Vietnam like me.

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President Putin: Russia-Vietnam must work together to reach goalsVietnam will welcome Russian President Vladimir Putin tomorrow. Below is an unofficial translation of his message to the Vietnamese people before the state visit.

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Conquering Doi Cape – the easternmost point of VietnamWe decided to conquer Doi Cape, the easternmost point of the country, on Hon Gom Peninsula in Van Ninh District, Khanh Hoa Province last weekend when our group argued that Dien Cape in Phu Yen Province is not the easternmost point we had visited earlier.

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Vietnam, Sudan to form inter-government committeeSudan is the gateway to the Middle East and larger Africa, offering a plenty of opportunity for Vietnamese businesses to enter this market.

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Vietnam cited a top 20 world’s most beautiful countryAccording to Rough Guides website, it’s no surprise that Vietnam made the top twenty.  From the impressive rock formations of Ha Long Bay to the terraced fields of mountainous Sa Pa, Vietnam has a huge wealth of easily accessible natural beauty.

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Vietnam praises NGOs contributionsNon-governmental organisations (NGOs) with their increasing financial assistance have significantly contributed to Vietnam’s poverty reduction and socio-economic development.

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A Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) official has reiterated the importantance Chinese officials attach to the upcoming 2nd Vietnam-China Youth Festival involving around 3,000 young Vietnamese.

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Vietnam, Netherlands establish strategic agricultural partnershipPM Dung highlighted the significance of the Dutch PM’s visit to Vietnam, describing it as an important event contributing to the effective and practical promotion of friendship and cooperation between the two nations.

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Vietnam, Philippines enter into cruise partnershipVietnam and the Philippines on June 26 signed a cooperation plan on cruise tourism in the 2014-16 period, aiming at making the best use of sea potentials for their sustainable development. 

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Lost in transportation: A guide to catching buses in VietnamThe first time I rode a bus in Hanoi was one afternoon in early March this year, two weeks after I arrived in the country.

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Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To IslandTourists are very excited to try unique means of transport, like three-wheeler, horse-drawn carriage, elephant ride or dug-out canoe services at tourism sites in Vietnam.

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Vietnam to have international-scale tourist spots by 2020Attractions on the waiting list are Ha Long-Bai Tu Long-Cat Ba, Lang Co-Canh Duong, Hoi An-Cu Lao Cham, Nha Trang-Cam Ranh, Phan Thiet-Mui Ne and Phu Quoc.

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Valuable fossils kept in VietnamSeveral Vietnamese people are preserving fossil items which are said to be worth millions of USD.

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Vietnam to honour Sapa

Authorities in Lao Cai Province’s Sapa tourist town will hold a ceremony to celebrate its 110th anniversary of tourism development in early November.

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Over-600-year history of Vietnam banknotesVietNamNet Bridge - The first banknote in the history of Vietnam"s currency is the one called "Thong bao hoi sao" which was issued in 1396 by Ho Qui Ly. More than six centuries later, banknotes increasingly confirm its important position in life.

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VietnamA DTiNews reporter recently took some photos depicting the north-west of Vietnam through his trip.

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Facebook stirred up by Bill Gates’ photo on Vietnam’s electric poleThe American billionaire has just posted on his facebook a picture of an electric pole in Vietnam and his comment showing the worry about the increasing energy demand in developing countries, particularly Vietnam.

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Vietnam set to update its railway systemTransport officials and experts agree that Vietnam must build new north-south express railways, while upgrading the old ones, in order to meet  market demands.

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1-2 storms/depressions hit Vietnam in September

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