Strong winds, high waves may hit coastal southern region

Strong winds, high waves may hit coastal southern region

Due to the affection of the southwestern monsoon, the region in the middle and south of the east sea (including Truong Sa archipelago) experiences strong wind, rough sea. Strong sea waves are forecast to reach up to 2 to 4m high, said the National Center for Hydro Meteorological and Forecasting.
One woman dies of A//H1N1 virus

One woman dies of A//H1N1 virus

The Ho Chi Minh City Preventive Medicine Center June 8 said that a woman in Thu Duc District died of A/H1N1 on May 30 after five –day self-treatment at home. Test results showed that she is positive for A/H1N1.


South Korea's Export-Import Bank (KEXIM) has expressed interest in providing capital for infrastructure and transport projects in HCM City.

HCMC receives a US$27.2 million grant from NGOs

HCM City received a grant of US$27.2 million funded by foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as of May, 2018, according to a report of the HCM City Union of Friendship Originations at the annual meeting with NGOs in the city on June 7.
The stock market of Vietnam has a good outlook in the long term, according to Chairman of the State Securities Commission of Vietnam Tran Van Dung (Photo: VNA)

Positive outlook for stock market despite downward trend in May

Although May featured a downtrend for Vietnam’s stock market, market capitalisation still rose sharply and the market still has a good outlook in the long term, according to Chairman of the State Securities Commission of Vietnam Tran Van Dung.
Tropical low-pressure may become storm

Tropical low-pressure may become storm

A tropical low-pressure system is moving north and west-north at 10km per hour and able to develop into a storm which is forecast to be 250km in the east of the coastal city of Danang and Quang Ngai provinces.


8th Southern Food Festival opens

8th Southern Food Festival opens

The 8th Southern Food Festival featuring hundreds of South Vietnam's dishes opened at Dam Sen Park in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 11 on May 31.