Weekly roundup: Vietnam's deadly floods, drug raid, RIMPAC and more

Created 30 June 2018
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Rescue efforts are underway but access to several of the worst hit areas has been cut.


Estranged wife of ‘Coffee King’ started King Café to preserve his legacy because she thought the original brand was doing downhill.


Vietnamese ancient town is among three Asian cities in the list, alongside Gyeongju and Thimphu.


An Italian living in London is captivated by large scale conjuring tricks characteristic of daily life on Hanoi streets.


WHO rings alarm bells, saying skyrocketing consumption can trigger obesity epidemic and attendant health risks.


Foreign tourists spent $145 a day on average in Vietnam’s commercial hub last year.


Two drug dealers were wanted for the trafficking of 890kg of heroin from Laos.


Young employees dismissed by firms to save wages and social insurance costs are seeking ‘retirement’ benefits.


Vietnam’s first-ever participation in RIMPAC is a sign of strengthening military relations between formers foes.


The dramatic video footage shows how devastating floods can be.

  Author : --- Ngo Tri Long (former director of Market Research Institute under the Ministry of Finance)
  Unlike Vietnam, which is very open to foreign investors, there is no concrete evidence that North Korea is moving to build trust among investors.


Source: VNE

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