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MoT proposes reduction of airfreight rates for Bac Giang lychees

MoT proposes reduction of airfreight rates for Bac Giang lychees

The Ministry of Transport (MoT) yesterday proposed Vietnamese airlines including Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines, Vietjet Air, Bamboo Airways and Vietravel Airlines to consider the reduction of airfreight rates for Thieu lychees from Bac Giang Province.

National

Nghe An Province begins social distancing on June 17

The People’s Committee of Nghe An Province made a decision to carry out social distancing for Vinh City and Dien Chau District following the Government's Directive No. 15/CT-TTg, starting from June 17 amid the current complicated Covid-19 pandemic.

International

Business

Solutions needed for agricultural products to no longer call for rescue

Every time China stops importing agricultural products or when the Covid-19 pandemic happens, several agricultural products are unsalable, then the rescue of them to support farmers will take place repeatedly. According to many experts, the sector needs to accelerate parallel solutions, such as reducing loan interest rates, applying land rental support policies, and providing information on global production, to escape from this situation.

Education

HCMC education sector cancels exam, destroying questions

Duong Tri Dung, Deputy Director of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education, said that the Department had canceled all educational activities and examinations following the municipal People’s Committee's requirement.

Science/technology

Sports

Self - introduction

Top 50 public companies in 2021 announced

Vinhomes JSC, Hoa Phat Group JSC, Mobile World Investment Corporation and Vietcombank are among the top 50 public companies in 2021 announced by Vietnam Report.

Travel

Law

Lifestyle

Phu Quoc fish sauce making becomes national intangible cultural heritage

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism recognised the making of fish sauce on Phu Quoc island city in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang as a national intangible cultural heritage in late May, creating a driving force for local residents to maintain and uphold the essence of the traditional craft.