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James Pearson

Vietnam offers cut-price paradise to lure local travellers post coronavirus

19 May 2020

PHU QUOC, Vietnam In Phu Quoc, a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia, posters warning tourists of the dangers of COVID-19 have long since faded in the powerful sunshine, along with the throngs of international travellers that used to dot its beaches.

Vietnam determined to save British pilot, avoid its first COVID-19 death

14 May 2020

HANOI Vietnam has mounted an all-out effort to save the life of its most critically ill coronavirus patient, a British pilot who works for Vietnam Airlines, the national carrier.

Vietnam determined to save British pilot, avoid its first COVID-19 death

14 May 2020

HANOI Vietnam has mounted an all-out effort to save the life of its most critically ill novel coronavirus patient, a British pilot who works for Vietnam Airlines, the national carrier.

After swift virus success, Vietnam sets sights on post-pandemic business

08 May 2020

HANOI After proclaiming success in containing the coronavirus, Vietnam is positioning itself as a safe place to do business, capitalising on demand from international manufacturers looking to diversify their supply chains away from China.

After aggressive mass testing, Vietnam says it contains coronavirus outbreak

30 Apr 2020

HANOI Businessman Phan Quoc Viet was making his usual prayers at a pagoda in Tay Ninh, a province in southern Vietnam, when the government official's call came.

INSIGHT-After aggressive mass testing, Vietnam says it contains coronavirus outbreak

29 Apr 2020

HANOI, April 30 Businessman Phan Quoc Viet was making his usual prayers at a pagoda in Tay Ninh, a province in southern Vietnam, when the government official's call came.

Vietnam says Facebook should adhere by local laws

23 Apr 2020

HANOI Companies such as Facebook that operate in Vietnam should abide by local laws and fully implement their tax and social responsibilities in the country, Vietnam's foreign ministry said on Thursday.

Vietnam to ease nationwide coronavirus lockdown

22 Apr 2020

HANOI Vietnam, which has reported under 300 cases of coronavirus and no deaths since the first infections were detected in January, said on Wednesday it would start lifting tough movement restrictions as most of Southeast Asia remained in lockdown.

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