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Farmers' party scores surprise win in Lithuania vote: election official

person Orange Themes access_time Oct 24,2016

Vilnius (AFP) - A Lithuanian farmers' party that previously held only a single seat in parliament scored a surprise victory in Sunday's general election run-off, ousting the governing leftists and trouncing conservative rivals.

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Hike in food prices mainly accounts for November’s CPI surge

person Orange Themes access_time Nov 28,2016

NDO—The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in November rose by 0.48% compared to October, 4.52% over the same period of last year and 4.5% against last December, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on November 28.

Image : When will Vietnamese entrepreneurs go global?

When will Vietnamese entrepreneurs go global?

person Orange Themes access_time Mar 13,2017

Vietnamnet - It will take another five to 15 years for Vietnamese entrepreneurs can become global business leaders, according to a study by the Human Capital Leadership Institute.

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Rafael Benitez 'fought' to keep Sergio Ramos

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Rafa Benitez says he ‘fought more than anyone’ to keep Sergio Ramos at Real Madrid and insists he gets along with every one of his squad.

Rafael Benitez 'fought' to keep Sergio Ramos

Rafa Benitez says he ‘fought more than anyone’ to keep Sergio Ramos at Real Madrid and insists he gets along with every one of his squad.

The Spanish defender was linked with a move away from Bernabeu Stadium this summer and according to Sky sources was the subject of a £28.6m bid from Manchester United.

However Ramos remained in Spain, signed a new 5-year contract and was made club captain following the departure of Iker Casillas to Porto in the summer.

Rafael Benitez 'fought' to keep Sergio Ramos

And former Liverpool boss Benitez insists there no problems between player, manager and club insisting he was the driving force behind keeping the 29-year-old Ramos.

"I fought more than anyone for Ramos to stay. There are no problems between us," Benitez told Onda Cero radio.

"He's our captain, an outstanding footballer and he has to keep showing that."

Real are currently second in La Liga with 15 points from seven games, and host Levante on Saturday at 3pm.

Russian cars subject to 0% tax

A quota of Russia motor vehicles will be subject to a zero per cent tax rate when being imported into Vietnam from October 5. According to a draft decision from the government, 800 Russian cars will be imported at zero per cent tax rates this year, 850 in 2017, and 900 in 2018, for around 2,500 in total.The Ministry of Industry and Trade announced that the draft decision is based on the protocol for automotive cooperation between Vietnam and Russia, signed in March this year.Exporters such as… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Merkel expected to announce bid for fourth term Sunday

Berlin (AFP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel was expected to announce her bid for re-election Sunday in a move likely to be welcomed in many capitals as a sign of stability following shock poll triumphs for Brexit and Donald Trump.After months of feverish speculation about her plans, Merkel is due to hold a news conference at 1800 GMT during a meeting of her conservative Christian Democrats (CDU) and say she will seek a fourth term in the 2017 elections.Merkel, 62, has governed Europe's top… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Under-pressure Greek PM to reshuffle cabinet: state TV

Athens (AFP) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was expected to reshuffle his cabinet, state TV reported Friday, in an apparent bid to boost his government's standing after unpopular austerity cuts.State TV ERT said the reshuffle was "hours away".According to reports, Tsipras was expected to oust a pair of hardliners opposed to privatisations, bring in younger party members loyal to him personally, and create a separate ministry to tackle Greece's migration crisis.But the key posts of… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Vietnam still imports products despite domestic oversupply

Vietnam spends tens of billions of dollars to import products already abundant in the domestic market. The latest report of the General Department of Customs (GDC) showed that from January to mid-October, Vietnam spent $655 million, or 42 percent higher than the same period of last year, to import vegetables and fruits, while the figure is expected to climb to $1 billion by the end of the year. Vietnam imports maize, worth $1.2 billion, soybeans $510 million and rubber $495 million.  The… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

New tax rate on artemia imports hurts shrimp breeding industry

Artermia egg importers have complained that if they have to pay 5 percent import tax arrears, they will be pushed into a corner, while farmers will suffer the most. Artemia egg importers and shrimp breeder producers have lodged a complaint to the Prime Minister about the imposition of the 5 percent import duty which they say will harm the shrimp breeding industry.The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) have… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

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