Vietnam struggles to deal with loss-making megaprojects

Vietnamnet - Ngo Tri Long, former head of the Institute for Market and Price Research under the Ministry of Finance blamed both Chinese contractors and Vietnamese investors for 12 failing major

Vietnam's coal struggles against imports

Vietnamnet - The domestic coal sector is going through a tough time owing to serious competition from cheap imported coal, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has said.

Canada's New Brunswick struggles to restore power after ice storm

Yahoo News Around 14,000 people are still without power in the Canadian maritime province of New Brunswick a week after a devastating ice storm, the provincial government said on Tuesday. Two people

Ericsson struggles with global industry downturn

Yahoo News HELSINKI (AP) — Swedish mobile networks company Ericsson continued to be plagued by a global downturn in the industry, reporting a fourth-quarter net loss of 1.6 billion kronor ($181

With tourists scarce, Egypt struggles to maintain heritage

Boa moi - CAIRO: With a shaky economy following years of unrest and a huge drop in tourists, Egypt is struggling to preserve its fabled archaeological heritage.

Vietnam struggles to recover assets stolen in corruption cases: government

Only 7.6 percent of the $2.6 billion in ill-gotten gains has been recovered over the last decade.

Latin American left struggles post-Castro and pre-Trump

It's been a bad year for the Latin American left, which lost its spiritual leader Fidel Castro, saw its "pink tide" ebb to new lows and now faces the menace of Donald Trump. The band of union

Vietnam's south-central coast struggles to battle floods

Heavy rains have claims 18 lives in Vietnam's south central region.

Haiti struggles to organize vote in hurricane's aftermath

Tensions are high at a school in the Haitian city of Les Cayes where victims of Hurricane Matthew have been housed for six weeks but worry they will be thrown out to make way for voting Sunday. The

Vietnam struggles to find buyers for over 1 million tons of rice

For the first time in eight years, rice exports are projected to fall below 6 million tons

Home of Yemen's rebels struggles after strikes' devastation

SAADA, Yemen (AP) — All along the main street, buildings are crumpled beyond recognition, roofs punched in and pancaked. Historic mud-brick houses in its walled old city are pounded to dust. Saada,

Nevada GOP candidates struggles to answer on vote for Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Rep. Joe Heck is struggling on the question of Donald Trump's candidacy, saying he would be a good commander in chief but refusing to say whether he would vote for the

Moldova struggles to reform economy hit by money laundering, theft

Europe's poorest country Moldova -- politically torn between former Soviet master Russia and the West --- has seen its economy ravaged by rampant corruption and a string of money laundering and theft

HCM City struggles to diversify tourism products

VietNamNet Bridge – For over a decade the pace of tourism development in HCM City has been rather slow due to limited products in terms of places of interest and cultural and entertainment activities

Despite Business Struggles And A Messy Quarter Twitter Is At Its Most Vital

As long as it can keep the lights on, Twitter is irreplaceable.

UN struggles to raise funds for Haiti cholera victims

The United Nations is struggling to raise $200 million to help the families of victims of a deadly outbreak of cholera in Haiti, a senior UN official said Monday. The financial aid follows the United

In Philippine drug war, a family struggles to stay safe

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The bodies terrified Betchie Salvador, because she always knew her husband could be next.

VN struggles to reach annual GDP target

Vietnam has lowered its GDP target for this year to 6.3-6.5% from an initial 6.7%. The National Assembly's Economic Committee has admitted it would be difficult for the country to achieve 6.5% GDP

President Hollande struggles to put out fires from tell-all book

French President Francois Hollande scrambled Friday to contain the damage from a series of embarrassing claims in a tell-all book which gave right-wing rivals ammunition to attack him in a televised

Vietnamese worker dies in S. Korea; family struggles to bring his body home

The family is deep in debt after borrowing money to send him overseas to work last year.

Vietnamese rice struggles to find buyers

The world’s third largest rice exporter is struggling to seal deals.

Hue struggles to protect garden houses

Up to 40 garden houses in the imperial capital city of Hue will be restored under a Thua Thien-Hue provincial People’s Committee project.

Vietnam struggles to boost cement exports

Local producers have struggled to boost shipments because of increasing competition from Asian rivals

Vietnam struggles to cut red tape for businesses

Thousands of paperwork requirements are expected to be removed on July 1, but time is running shortMediocre governance performance highlights need for change in VietnamNo corruption found in Ho Chi