Daily Archives: May 8, 2020

Radient Technologies Inc. Announces Shares for Debt Arrangements

EDMONTON, Alberta, May 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radient Technologies Inc. (“Radient” or the “Company”) (TSX Venture: RTI; OTCQX: RDDTF), a global commercial manufacturer of high quality cannabinoid-based ingredients, formulations and products, announces that it has entered into a series

NA Standing Committee opens 45th meeting in Hanoi

Full-time lawmakers met on Friday to debate some important legal documents and plans.  During the three-day event, the National Assembly Standing Committee is expected to discuss the second time revisions to the Law on the Organization of the National Assembly,

Vietnam, China discuss cooperation in coping with COVID-19 new developments

The Chinese Embassy in Vietnam held a press teleconference in Hanoi on Thursday  to discuss bilateral ties and international cooperation in the fight against COVID-19. Chinese Minister-Counselor Yin Haihong said 2020 is a special year for bilateral relations as the

Covid-19 updates

Vietnam had detected no new Covid-19 cases as of Friday afternoon. Among Vietnam’s 288 Covid-19 confirmed cases are 148 imported cases, quarantined upon entry, and 140 local infections.  The total number of cases has reached 4 million globally, with total

Vietnam’s growth might exceed 3.82% in first quarter

Vietnam’s economy in the first quarter might grow higher than the 3.82% rate reported earlier, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at an online meeting with Ho Chi Minh city leaders on Friday.  A new report from the General Statistics

Vietnam, West Virginia bolster cooperation for economic recovery

It’s time to work simultaneously on economic recovery and fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh said Thursday during an online talk with Carol Miller, US Congresswoman from West Virginia’s 3rd congressional district. Minister Anh

Domestic passenger transportation resumes

Domestic passenger transportation services resumed Friday now that the COVID-19 epidemic is under control in Vietnam, said the Ministry of Transport.  The ministry asked agencies to partner with provincial and municipal transport departments to restore the services while complying with

Prime Minister urges Ho Chi Minh city to bounce back from slow growth

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Friday stressed the importance of Ho Chi Minh city to Vietnam, saying the city contributes from 20 to 22% of the national GDP, 25% of the national budget, 33% of services, and 18.4% of

Turkey, Russia conduct joint patrol in Syria

Turkish and Russian troops carried out their ninth joint patrol along a key highway in northwestern Syria, Turkey’s Defense Ministry said on Thursday. The mission was conducted with the participation of land and air elements, according to the statement. The

Vietnam’s shrimp exports expect to surpass 3.5 billion USD

Vietnam’s shrimp farming hopes to reap more than 3.5 billion USD from exports this year, heard a seminar held on Friday in Soc Trang province on implementing tasks to develop Vietnam’s shrimp farming in brackish waters in 2020.  Addressing the