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-- The comprehensive partnership between Vietnam and Denmark have seen positive outcomes over the past years, with two-way trade nearing US$150 million in 2019, Ho Chi Minh City vice-chairman Duong Anh Duc highlighted at Wednesday's working session with Troels Jakobsen, counselor of the Embassy of Denmark in Vietnam, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
-- Doctors at Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi have recently managed to save a woman and her baby via a cesarean section to take out the baby girl right before removing a three-kilogram tumor from her mother’s liver. The two were discharged from the hospital in good health late last month.
-- Police in the northern province of Phu Tho’s Yen Lap District are investigating a case in which Nguyen Thi Lan, 35, admitted that she had made up a story, which she shared on Facebook and with local media, that she accidentally found a backpack with its contents worth over VND136 million ($5,890) and returned it to the ‘owner.’
-- According to the General Statistics Office, Vietnam received 8,800 foreigners, mainly experts and technical workers working in the country, in June, down 61.3 percent from the previous month and 99.3 percent from the same period last year.
-- A survey of Nikkei and IHS Markit released on Wednesday showed the Vietnam Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) posted 51.1 in June, up from 42.7 in May and above the 50.0 no-change mark for the first time in five months, the Vietnam News Agency reported.
-- The World Bank's executive board in Washington on Wednesday approved financing for two projects worth a total of $422 million through credit to improve the quality of Vietnam’s three universities as well as to help the country’s Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long increase its resilience to climate change.