Thanh Nein News
Careless mate responsible for Singapore ship's sinking of Vietnamese...
Vietnamese authorities have concluded that a collision between a Singaporean container ship and a local fishing boat that killed eight people in September was caused by the negligence of the ship's second mate.
Thanh Nein News
Vietnam public buildings costing arms and legs: report
In Vietnam, where wasteful public spending has been a major public issue recently, provincial government buildings are still being built for tens of millions of dollars each.
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HCM City: HCM City is Vietnam's most internationally competitive city
A report by the National Committee for International Economic Cooperation has rated HCM City as being Vietnam's most internationally competitive city.
Silver Fox labelling solutions in Vietnamese venture
The organisation, based in Vung Tau City, Vietnam, provides training and technical services, along with labour, for the oil and gas industry in that country.
M&A: Russia's Gazprom, Vietnam's PV Gas sign agreement to set up JV
Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and Do Khang Ninh, Chief Executive Officer of PV Gas, signed an agreement for the setting-up of a joint venture to produce natural gas for vehicles, Gazprom informed.
Mount Vernon News
Bevington continues to serve
Vietnam veteran Dave Bevington counts himself among the lucky ones. He was based in a "relatively safe" compound near Vung Tau, Vietnam.
Gay war widow gets recognition
A MAN who took a $131,000 BMW on a 2100km transcontinental "test drive" from Queensland to Adelaide has been jailed for car theft.
Veterans Day celebration honors on women's role in Vietnam
The annual Veterans Day observance will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Vietnam Women's Memorial and will honor the women who served and led the way for the expansion of roles of women in the military.