Daily Archives: October 14, 2019

Philips and Spencer Health Solutions expand partnership to Europe

October 14, 2019 Chronically ill patients in selected EU countries to benefit from in-home medication adherence and telehealth platform Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Morrisville, NC, U.S. – Building on their successful partnership providing medication adherence solutions to high-acuity patients in

Vietnam eyes stronger agricultural ties with China

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has lauded the partnership between the agricultural sectors of Vietnam and China over the past 70 years, particularly a number of recently signed agreements on farm produce trading.During a reception for Chinese Ministe...

International Experimental Theater Festival concludes in Hanoi

The 4th International Experimental Theater Festival concluded in Hanoi on Sunday with 24 gold and 40 silver medals being awarded to Vietnamese and foreign art troupes.The Fate of Kieu by the Vietnam Water Puppetry Theatre, Life by the Vietnam

NA Standing Committee convenes 38th session

The National Assembly Standing Committee began its 4-day meeting in Hanoi on Monday to discuss revisions to several laws, including the Law on Enterprises, the Investment Law, and the Law on Management and Use of Weapons, Explosives and Support Tools.T...

Kurds reach deal with Syria in face of Turkish offensive

Kurdish officials say they will work with the Syrian government in Damascus to fend off Turkey's offensive against Kurdish fighters.In a major shift of alliance, Kurdish-led forces will deploy side by side with government troops along Syria's northern ...

Death toll in Super Typhoon Hagibis mounts to 44

Typhoon Hagibis, which swept across central and eastern Japan on Saturday and Sunday, has claimed 44 lives. Another 14 people are listed as missing and more than 100 others were injured during the weekend storm. The numbers are expected

EU, UK unlikely to reach Brexit deal this week

The goal of reaching a basic Brexit agreement within 48 hours, set by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week, failed when negotiations ended on Sunday without any significant breakthrough. At a meeting to announce the results to EU ambassadors

Vietnamese sailor rescued in Tokyo Bay after typhoon

A Vietnamese sailor from a foreign cargo ship which sank late Saturday in Tokyo Bay has been rescued by Japan's Coast Guard, according to the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan. The Embassy said on Sunday that Pham Van Duc, one of

Vietnam Airlines resume flights to/from Japan after typhoon Hagibis

Vietnam Airlines announced on Sunday that all of its flights from and to Japan will run on normal schedule starting Monday, after being rescheduled due to super typhoon Hagibis that hit the country.The flights are those connecting Hanoi, Ho Chi

US-China trade drops sharply

China's foreign trade has maintained stable growth despite a sharp fall in China's trade with the US, according to China's General Administration of Customs (GAC). At a press conference on Monday, GAC spokesperson Li Kuiwen said trade between China