In addition, the mechanism to deal with possible issues caused by climate change has been established in both local and national levels. Policies for this matter have been integrated into other fields like planning, power management, transport, construction, waste management, water resource management, and agriculture. … [Read more...] about Vietnam striving to minimize impacts of climate change
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HANOI -- Vietnam recorded a trade surplus $5.46 billion in the first half of this year, widening from a surplus of $1.72 billion in the same period last year, government customs data released on Monday showed. … [Read more...] about Vietnam H1 trade surplus $5.46 bln vs $1.72 bln surplus in H1 2019: customs
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Landslides in Mekong Delta attributed to sand exploitation The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Mekong River Commission (MRC) say the river bed of Mekong’s two main tributaries in Mekong Delta fell by 1.4 meters in 1998-2008 due to sand overexploitation. … [Read more...] about Will the sand in the Red River be depleted in 100 years?
Hanoi (VNA) - A majority of Thai people said it is time for a cabinet reshuffle, according an opinion survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University or Suan Dusit Poll. The poll was conducted on July 8-11 on 1,269 people throughout the country after a cabinet reshuffle became a hot topic for discussion among the public after the government under Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha completed its first year in office on July 10. Asked whether it was now time for a cabinet reshuffle, 67 percent said "yes", reasoning that the overall economy was not in good shape, the cost of living - particularly the price of electricity - was high, many people were jobless and debt-ridden, and professionals should be given the opportunity to solve the country's problems. Another 23.40 percent were ambivalent about a reshuffle, saying it was up to the prime minister. Meanwhile, 8.75 percent said it was not yet time for a reshuffle as there are still other important issues to be resolved. Thailand's economy … [Read more...] about Thailand: majority want to see cabinet reshuffle