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How many aircraft do Vietnamese airlines need?

person Orange Themes access_time Dec 13,2016

Vietnam’s air carriers are trying to expand their fleets by purchasing new aircraft in large quantities, but poor infrastructure is hindering their work.

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Formosa steel mill in Vietnam on hold

person Orange Themes access_time Jun 18,2016

Formosa Plastics Group (FPG) yesterday confirmed that the scheduled launch date for operations at a subsidiary's steel mill in Viet Nam has been postponed with no new schedule decided.

Image : ADB trims 2016 growth forecast for developing Asia on weak global outlook

ADB trims 2016 growth forecast for developing Asia on weak global outlook

person Orange Themes access_time Jul 19,2016

  Brexit vote's impact on the real economy in the short term is expected to be smallADB pledges more support for Vietnam’s sustainable growthChina overcapacity darkens Asia's 2016 growth prospects: ADBVietnam GDP to grow at 6.7 pct this year: ADB

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WikiLeaks Says Julian Assange's Internet Access Cut Off By 'State Party'

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WikiLeaks Says Julian Assange's Internet Access Cut Off By 'State Party'

WikiLeaks Says Julian Assange's Internet Access Cut Off By 'State Party'

The WikiLeaks founder has been living at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for more than four years. As The Two-Way has reported, Assange sought refuge there after Sweden issued a warrant for his arrest over allegations of sex crimes. He has said that ...


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Wikileaks: Julian Assange's internet access 'cut'

Wikileaks says an unidentified "state actor" has shut down internet access for its founder Julian Assange. The transparency activist has been claiming asylum at London's Ecuadorean embassy since 2012 to avoid extradition over sex assault allegations.


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