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Bribery highlighted as continued problem
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Bribery highlighted as continued problem

Vietnamnet - A Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) report has highlighted bribery as a continued problem at a meeting of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc with the business community on

ECOSOC: Vietnam calls for continued resources for development
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ECOSOC: Vietnam calls for continued resources for development

Nhan dan - NDO/VNA – Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga, head of the Vietnam Mission to the United Nations (UN), called on countries to continue providing resources for development at the UN Economic and

Australia disappointed by Japan's continued whale hunt in Southern Ocean
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Australia disappointed by Japan's continued whale hunt in Southern Ocean

Yahoo News Australia said on Monday it was "deeply disappointed" Japan had continued whaling in the Southern Ocean after anti-whaling activists published a photograph of a dead whale and two days

World Bank pledges continued support to Vietnam
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World Bank pledges continued support to Vietnam

World Bank (WB) Country Director in Vietnam Ousmane Dione has pledged to assist Vietnam in fields of request and stand ready to offer policy consultations to the Vietnamese government.

ADB head says continued engagement in Asia good also for US
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ADB head says continued engagement in Asia good also for US

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Continued engagement by the United States with Asia under President-elect Donald Trump would be good for both the region and America, the head of the Asian Development Bank

HCMC asks for Japan’s continued support for infrastructure
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HCMC asks for Japan’s continued support for infrastructure

NDO—Ho Chi Minh City Chairman Nguyen Thanh Phong has thanked the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for its support for infrastructure projects and asked the agency to continue providing

Vietnam foresees continued trade deficit in 2016
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Vietnam foresees continued trade deficit in 2016

Vietnam is predicted to continue running a trade deficit in 2016 that will be under 5 percent of total export revenue, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).