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Vietnamese Dragon Fruit Day held in Australia
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Vietnamese Dragon Fruit Day held in Australia

NDO – A Vietnamese Dragon Fruit Day has been organised in Melbourne city, Australia, aiming to promote Vietnam’s dragon fruit to the Australian market, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade

Vietnam ships first batch of dragon fruit to Australia
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Vietnam ships first batch of dragon fruit to Australia

NDO/VNA – The first batch of Vietnamese dragon fruit has been exported to Australia by the Hoang Phat one-member Ltd Co in the southern province of Long An, announced the Ministry of Agriculture and

Aluminium extrusion and galvanised steel escape Australia's anti-subsidy duties
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Aluminium extrusion and galvanised steel escape Australia's anti-subsidy duties

NDO - Australia’s Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC), under the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, has decided to terminate investigations and to not impose anti-subsidy duties on

Australia to regulate virtual currency exchanges like Bitcoin
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Australia to regulate virtual currency exchanges like Bitcoin

Virtual currencies offer an efficient and anonymous way to store and transfer funds online.

Vietnam to promote tourism in Australia
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Vietnam to promote tourism in Australia

Vietnam will introduce and promote tourist destinations in three Australian cities – Perth, Sydney and Melbourne – as part of the 2017 National Tourism Promotion Programme, from August 12 to 19.

Vietnamese steel faces anti-dumping investigation in Australia
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Vietnamese steel faces anti-dumping investigation in Australia

En nexpress - An Australian firm has accused Vietnamese manufacturers of manipulating market prices.

Vietnam urges Australia to remove ban on raw shrimp
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Vietnam urges Australia to remove ban on raw shrimp

Nhan dan - NDO/VNA – The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, is working with Australia’s relevant agencies towards the

Japan and Australia must cooperate with US on North Korea, Building public trust in science, Arresting WikiLeaks founder would set 'dangerous precedent,' Better Holocaust education needed everywhere, Combating climate change through citizen action
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Japan and Australia must cooperate with US on North Korea, Building public trust in science, Arresting WikiLeaks founder would set 'dangerous precedent,' Better Holocaust education needed everywhere, Combating climate change through citizen action

Yahoo News "It is crucial that both Japan and Australia support the United States, which is urging China to wield Beijing’s influence over Pyongyang while intensifying its military pressure on North

First Vietnamese young entrepreneur club in Australia debuts
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First Vietnamese young entrepreneur club in Australia debuts

Nhan dan - NDO/VNA – The Vietnamese Business Association of Australia (VBAA) recently held a ceremony to launch a young entrepreneur and start-up club in Melbourne city.

U.S. vice president to visit South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Hawaii
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U.S. vice president to visit South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Hawaii

Bao Moi - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will travel to South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Australia and Hawaii this month, using his first official trip to the Asia-Pacific region to discuss economic

In Debbie's wake, Australia begins to pick up the pieces
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In Debbie's wake, Australia begins to pick up the pieces

Yahoo News Cyclone Debbie made landfall on Australia’s northeast coast Tuesday, with rains, storm surges, and winds as fast as 160 miles per hour scouring the state of Queensland. Local residents –

Cyclone Debbie prompts thousands of evacuations in northeast Australia
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Cyclone Debbie prompts thousands of evacuations in northeast Australia

Yahoo News Authorities are urging 30,000 people to evacuate Australia’s tropical northeast coast as the strongest cyclone to hit the Queensland province in six years bears down on the sparsely

Vietnam slams Australia’s prawn ban
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Vietnam slams Australia’s prawn ban

Vietnamnet - The Vietnamese Government has accused Australia of 'causing serious damage' to its prawn farmers and exporters and has asked the Federal Government to reconsider the ban on uncooked

Vietnam requests Australia roll back ban on shrimp imports
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Vietnam requests Australia roll back ban on shrimp imports

Vietnamnet - The Vietnam government contends the ban by the Australian Department of Agriculture on raw imports is ‘causing serious damage’ to the country’s shrimp farmers and exporters, and has

Australia to continue supporting Vietnamese agriculture
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Australia to continue supporting Vietnamese agriculture

Nhan dan - NDO—Australia will continue to support Vietnam’s agriculture sector and bring benefits to Vietnamese farmers, particularly women and ethnic minority people.

VN-Australia reciprocal work, holiday visa agreement launched
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VN-Australia reciprocal work, holiday visa agreement launched

Bao Moi - VGP – Viet Nam and Australia launched a reciprocal work and holiday visa agreement on March 1, 2017.

VN Trade Ministry urges Australia to lift ban on shrimp imports
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VN Trade Ministry urges Australia to lift ban on shrimp imports

Vietnamnet - Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has just called on the Australian Government to soon lift its ban on prawn and uncooked shelled shrimp imports, saying that it poses

Australia fires ease as damage mounts after record heat
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Australia fires ease as damage mounts after record heat

Yahoo News Australia was counting the cost to property and livestock Monday after firefighters battled weekend blazes in some of the hottest conditions on record. At least 19 homes were destroyed in

Trade ministry urges Australia to lift ban on shrimp imports
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Trade ministry urges Australia to lift ban on shrimp imports

Nhan dan - NDO/VNA – Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has just called on the Australian Government to soon lift its ban on prawn and uncooked shelled shrimp imports, saying that it poses

Australia battles 50 fires in heat wave, sparking warning, blackout fears
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Australia battles 50 fires in heat wave, sparking warning, blackout fears

Yahoo News By Harry Pearl SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian emergency services were bracing against "potentially catastrophic" fire conditions on Saturday, as firefighters battled nearly 50 blazes in the

Australia probes coal spill near Great Barrier Reef
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Australia probes coal spill near Great Barrier Reef

Yahoo News Coal has washed up in waters dangerously close to Australia's Great Barrier Reef, environmental authorities said on Wednesday, following an investigation into complaints of black dust on

Australia relaxes ban on shrimp import
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Australia relaxes ban on shrimp import

Vietnamnet - The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources on February 6 announced a relaxation of the ban on importing shrimp, cooked or uncooked prawn meat products, according to

McDevitt quits as head of Australia's anti-doping agency
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McDevitt quits as head of Australia's anti-doping agency

Yahoo News CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Ben McDevitt has quit as chief executive of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, warning in his outgoing statement that the country faces continuing and

Australia's highest paid public servant earned $4.3 million
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Australia's highest paid public servant earned $4.3 million

Yahoo News CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A Senate committee has revealed that Australia's highest paid public servant earned 5.6 million Australian ($4.3 million) last year, despite objections by his

Mother of backpacker slain in Australia criticizes Trump
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Mother of backpacker slain in Australia criticizes Trump

Yahoo News LONDON (AP) — The mother of a backpacker slain in an Australian hostel wrote an open letter to U.S. President Donald Trump, rejecting the decision to label her daughter's death as a