Vietnam

Lyondellbasell's Spheripol Is Chosen For Pp Plant In Vietnam

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Report: Vietnam's Ethnic Minorities Need Connectivity To Catch Up

The ethnic minorities in Vietnam most likely to escape poverty are those who have good infrastructure, sell cash crops besides rice, and look for factory work, according to a report from the World Bank released on Wednesday.  The government plans...

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Pakistani Duplicity Caused The United States To Lose In Afghanistan

Lawrence Sellin Security, Middle East Islamabad’s objectives for Afghanistan have always been different than those of the United States. “The war in Vietnam was not lost in the field, nor was it lost on the front pages of the New York Times or...
Related topics: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Islamabad

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American Hustle

Robert Mueller III played lacrosse and majored in government at Princeton. He graduated in 1966 and soon thereafter volunteered for and was accepted into the Marine Corps. He won a Bronze Star for heroism in the Vietnam War and later attended law...

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The M-16 Rifle Came To Be Thanks To North Korea

Kyle Mizokami Security, History lessons.  The obvious advantages of the M16 over the larger, heavier M14 in Vietnam, as well as the large number of U.S. troops deployed to Southeast Asia, led to further purchases and eventually the M16 overtook...
Related topics: North Korea

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Vietnam, Eu Eye Trade Alternative To Us

Vietnam and Europe could be swapping more pomelo fruit and Portuguese cheese soon if a new trade deal comes into effect, linking two regions that have been looking for an alternative to the trade tensions brought on by the United States. The...

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How The Us-china Trade War Could Hike Iphone Prices

As the US and China slap tariffs on each other's goods, some tech companies are shifting production to India, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Related topics: China, India, Thailand

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Vietnam's Tech Futurists Lay Out Economic Alternatives

Nations racing to develop 5G technology that is fast enough to power the next stage of innovation range from South Korea to Finland, but a young contender wants to jump into the game: Vietnam. The Southeast Asian country announced with much...
Related topics: South Korea, Finland

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This Year, Graduating Seniors Will School America On Climate Change

In June of 1968, Dartmouth valedictorian James Newton devoted his commencement speech to the foremost issue of his time: the Vietnam war. Calling the conflict a “vast international atrocity,” Newton urged his fellow classmates to resist the war...

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Take Note, China: How The Army Is Getting Ready For "high-intensity Warfare"

David Axe Security, The U.S. Army for the first time since the Vietnam War has practiced firing howitzers from landing craft. The U.S. Army for the first time since the Vietnam War has practiced firing howitzers from landing craft. The training...
Related topics: China

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Indian To Begin Export Of Brahmos To South East Asian, Gulf Nations - Official

Apart from Vietnam, several other South-East Asian countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia have evinced interest in purchasing BrahMos missiles.
Related topics: Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia

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Food Safety, Pollution Top Vietnam’s Latest Survey Of Public Concerns

The biggest worries among Vietnamese people are food safety, pollution, and corruption, according to a new survey that suggests not enough has been done about these issues since they were raised two years ago. Food safety led the list of 13...
Related topics: Polls

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‘ny Times’ Disgracefully Joins The Propaganda Campaign To Push For War Against Iran

I’m old enough to remember the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident, which the U.S. used as the pretext to massively escalate the Vietnam war. In early August that year, the American press indignantly reported that the USS Maddox, innocently patrolling in...
Related topics: Iran

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Is It Time For Vietnam’s Companies To Go Global?

Usually, the U.S. ambassador in Hanoi brings American interests to Vietnam, but next month he plans to take Vietnamese companies to the United States. U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Daniel J. Kritenbrink and his team have been recruiting companies in...

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Acting Pentagon Chief Shanahan Says No Changes In Strategy With Dprk

Relations between the US and DPRK have been going through ups-and-downs since the historic Trump-Kim 2018 Summit in Singapore. Their second Summit in Vietnam ended abruptly without any joint statement and was followed by an escalation of tensions...
Related topics: Pentagon, Singapore

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The Monster Behind The Pop-culture Hero: Former Cia Operative Félix Rodríguez Reveals The Real...

In this episode of "The Glenn Beck Podcast," Glenn sat down with former CIA operative Félix Rodríguez, who participated in the historic manhunt to capture Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Félix is a Cuban-American Vietnam veteran who fought in the Bay...
Related topics: CIA, Glenn Beck, Podcasts

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Fitch Ratings Upgrades Its Economic Outlook On Vietnam

From Todd Shriber : With international trade tensions running higher, Vietnamese equities are getting caught in the downdraft. The VanEck Vectors Vietnam ETF VNM 0.75%, the lone Vietnam exchange traded fund listed in the U.S., is down about 5...

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Japan, Vietnam Teaming Up To Resist China Expansion

Japan is helping Vietnam build a defense against the larger, more militarily powerful China as Vietnam says Beijing’s forces are occupying more than their legal share of the South China Sea. Japanese Defense Minister Takeshi Iwaya and his...
Related topics: Japan, China, Beijing

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Us Treasury To Accuse Vietnam Of Manipulating Its Dong

Call it twofold projection by the US Treasury. Bloomberg reports that the Trump administration will expand the number of countries it scrutinizes for currency manipulation in an upcoming report, citing "people familiar with the matter."  Yet even...
Related topics: Bloomberg

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Vietnam’s Changing Ties With Sweden A Sign Of Times

It’s a little-known fact that Sweden was the first western country to recognize the government of Vietnam, in 1969, at a time when many states were wary of ruffling the feathers of their ally, the United States, which was fighting a war in the...
Related topics: Sweden

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