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Asia Coffee-Vietnam market dull as traders await new crop season

17 Sep 2020

HANOI/BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia, Sept 17 Coffee trading continued on a sluggish note this week in Vietnam due to a shortage of beans, with traders awaiting the new crop season that begins next month.

U.S. to give $153 million to Mekong countries for collaborative projects

11 Sep 2020

HANOI The United States said it would provide at least $153 million (119.43 million pounds) to Mekong countries for collaborative projects in the region, Vietnamese state television (VTV) reported on Friday, citing U.S. State Department officials.

Exclusive: Vingroup weighs selling school, health units, sources say, as Vietnam's biggest firm refocuses

11 Sep 2020

HANOI Vietnam's Vingroup is considering selling controlling stakes in its medical and education units, two sources with direct knowledge said, although the company said it had made no such plans.

RPT-EXCLUSIVE-Vingroup weighs selling school, health units as Vietnam's biggest firm refocuses

11 Sep 2020

HANOI, Sept 11 Vietnam's Vingroup is considering selling controlling stakes in its medical and education units, two sources with direct knowledge said, as the conglomerate exits non-core businesses and fortifies its balance sheet amid a profit slump.

Exclusive: Vingroup weighs selling school, health units as Vietnam's biggest firm refocuses

11 Sep 2020

HANOI Vietnam's Vingroup is considering selling controlling stakes in its medical and education units, two sources with direct knowledge said, as the conglomerate exits non-core businesses and fortifies its balance sheet amid a profit slump.

EXCLUSIVE-Vingroup weighs selling school, health units as Vietnam's biggest firm refocuses

11 Sep 2020

HANOI, Sept 11 Vietnam's Vingroup is considering selling controlling stakes in its medical and education units, two sources with direct knowledge said, as the conglomerate exits non-core businesses and fortifies its balance sheet amid a profit slump.

Pompeo tells Southeast Asia to stand up to China, shun its firms

10 Sep 2020

HANOI The United States' top diplomat on Thursday urged Southeast Asian countries to stand up to maritime bullying by China and to reassess business deals with its state firms, adding to heated exchanges between two powers jostling for influence.

Asia Coffee-Low supplies keep trade subdued in Vietnam

10 Sep 2020

HANOI/BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia, Sept 10 Coffee trading in Vietnam was sluggish this week due to low stockpiles and prices ticking up, traders said on Thursday, while supplies remained abundant in Indonesia.

Asia Coffee-Vietnam domestic prices hit one-year high on tight supplies

27 Aug 2020

HANOI/BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia, Aug 27 (Reuters) - V ietnam's domestic coffee prices jumped to their highest level in a year on Thursday following a rise on the ICE and tight supplies at the end of the crop season, while prices in Indonesia extended their decline due to higher supply.

Vietnam says Chinese bomber on disputed islands 'jeopardises peace'

20 Aug 2020

HANOI The presence of Chinese bombers on the disputed Paracel islands in the South China Sea "jeopardises peace", Vietnam's foreign ministry said on Thursday, in another sign of disapproval in the region of Beijing's increased defence activities.

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