Peut-on faire cohabiter Internet sous surveillance et essor du e-commerce? Si l’on prend l’exemple de la Chine, la réponse est oui. Dans le domaine, il va être intéressant de scruter cette année la croissance des achats en ligne au Vietnam. A priori, la partie n’est pas gagnée. Côté surveillance, le pays fait partie des contréesLire la suite « L’essor du e-commerce au Vietnam »
SEJONG, Sept. 24 (Yonhap) — South Korea is set to stage a major food fair in Hanoi this week as part of efforts to boost its food exports to Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries, the government said Tuesday. The Korean-Food (K-Food) Fair will be held from Thursday to Sunday with bilateral and multilateral businessLire la suite « Seoul seeks to boost farm exports to Vietnam, ASEAN | GlobalPost »
PHNOM PENH, 19 September 2013 (IRIN) – That he speaks, thinks and dreams in Khmer, the official language of Cambodia, is nothing unusual for Liv Yang Bin, an ethnic Vietnamese man whose great-grandparents settled generations earlier in the Trouy Sla commune, about 50km south of the capital, Phnom Penh. “We are all Cambodians here. ButLire la suite « IRIN Asia | Ethnic Vietnamese in Cambodia face discrimination | Cambodia | Human Rights »
The Vietnamese Embassy in the UK and Northern Ireland will hold a cultural festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 7 to mark the 40th anniversary of Vietnam-UK diplomatic ties. The festival, the biggest ever to be held in Scotland, will provide a great opportunity for the Vietnamese to promote their culture, identity and traditions toLire la suite « Exploring Vietnamese culture in UK | Vietnam Blogs »
IN 1894 Prince Henri d’Orléans published a book of his journey through France’s then-sprawling empire. His florid account was largely upbeat. Yet it soured along the northern coastline of Vietnam, where he lamented the “dilatory attitude of a red-tape administration” when it came to exploiting the area’s coal reserves. viaElectricity in Vietnam: A heavy loadLire la suite « Electricity in Vietnam: A heavy load | The Economist »
Bill Hayton was the BBC’s correspondent in Vietnam until he fell foul of the authorities for reporting on dissidents in the country and had to leave. Here he looks back at the vagaries of life in one of the world’s five remaining communist-run states. viaBBC News – Vietnam: Where saying ‘I love you’ is impossible.
De retour du VIETNAM !! – YATUU.
Mr. Alberto Vettoretti talks about the important taxes that foreign companies and individuals must be aware of when doing business in Vietnam. He discusses these taxes, filing deadlines and methods, as well as the deductions and exemptions that are available to foreign enterprises viaIntroduction to Taxes in Vietnam presented by Alberto Vettoretti | Dezan Shira &Lire la suite « Introduction to Taxes in Vietnam presented by Alberto Vettoretti | Dezan Shira & Associates »
Le Dessous des Cartes | ARTE.
Vietnam tourism : high growth, low revenue Par Vietnam aujourd’hui le mardi 27 août 2013, 20:15 – News in english – Lien permanent tourism In 2012, the number of foreign tourists to Vietnam reached over 6.8 million, with revenues of $ 6.61 billion. « Tourism in our country was born from the ’60s, but since thenLire la suite « Vietnam tourism : high growth, low revenue – Le Viêt Nam, aujourd’hui »