Daily Archives: July 15, 2020

Erdene Confirms Three New Near-surface, High-Grade Gold Zones at Khundii Gold Project

Multiple Targets to Be Drilled in Q3 2020 as Part of Ongoing District Exploration Program Bayan Khundii New Khundii District Gold Targets – Q2 Exploration Results Bayan Khundii High Grade Gold Zones Near Surface at Midfield SE and Striker SW

AIR Collaborates with Precisely to Offer Clients Premium International Geocoding in Touchstone 2020

Boston, July 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide today announced that as part of its Touchstone® 2020 software release, clients now have the ability to access a premium international address-level geocoding feature from Precisely, the global

US government abandons student visa rule change

  The Trump administration on Tuesday backed down from plans to revoke visas of foreign students studying in the US whose schools plan to provide their classes exclusively online in the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic. The US government,

Fitch Solutions: Vietnam’s textiles benefit from the changing of global supply chains

Vietnam has been one of the beneficiaries of changes in apparel manufacturing supply chains in recent years, according to Fitch Solutions. Vietnam scores 52.3 on the Fitch Solutions Operational Risk Index, which is in the middle of the scale compared

World’s political parties forge security cooperation amid COVID-19

 A virtual international round-table conference of political parties opened on Tuesday, with a focus on security cooperation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Chaired by President of the United Russia Party and Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev,

Vietnam reaffirms support for peace deal in Colombia

  The UN Security Council said on Tuesday that it backs COVID-19 prevention measures and peace deal implementation in Colombia. At a meeting to review the United Nations Verification Mission in Colombia, Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy, Head of Vietnam’s permanent

Japan opposes any actions that raise tensions in the East Sea

 Japan applauded US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s statement on Monday announcing the US’s formal rejection of most of China’s maritime claims in the East Sea, known internationally as the South China Sea, and signaling a US commitment to peace

Vietnam posts 1.86-billion-USD trade surplus in June

Vietnam recorded a trade surplus of 1.86 billion USD in June, almost four times the 500 million USD predicted by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.  So far this year, Vietnam’s total export revenue was 122.8 billion USD while it spent

Vietnam to finetune laws on AIDS, drugs, and prostitution

The National Committee for AIDS, Drugs, and Prostitution and the Supreme People’s Court of Vietnam will work closely together to fine-tune laws and policies to fight these social evils. Under a cooperation agreement signed Tuesday, in the 2020-2025 period, laws

UK bans purchase of 5G equipment from Huawei

Telecom operators must not buy any 5G equipment from Chinese giant Huawei and the UK’s 5G network will not be relating to Huawei at the end of 2027, UK Secretary of State for Digital Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Downden