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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – September 14

Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – September 14

Thursday, September 14, 2023, 07:13 GMT+7
Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – September 14
An artist’s impression of a night quarter in Binh Chanh District under Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Binh Chanh District People’s Committee

Catch up on the news in Vietnam today:

Society

-- Security personnel at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City and Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi detected some bullets in the carry-on baggage of two passengers during screenings on Sunday and Tuesday, respectively.

-- Fish have died en masse in Da Co Canal in Lien Chieu District under Da Nang City, located in central Vietnam, over the past two days, causing an unpleasant smell.

-- The investor of the Gem Sky World urban area project in Dong Nai Province, Ha An Real Estate Trade Investment JSC, headquartered in Di An City under Binh Duong Province, southern Vietnam, may face an administrative fine of VND900 million (US$37,350) for unlawful capital mobilization, according to a proposal sent by the provincial construction department to the provincial People’s Committee on Wednesday.

-- The People’s Committee of Lam Dong Province in the Central Highlands region on Wednesday asked the administration of Da Lat City, a famous tourist destination, and relevant agencies to impose sanctions on Viet Land - Da Lat Company for illegal road construction in the national tourist site of Tuyen Lam Lake in the city.

-- Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh, former Deputy Minister of Defense, passed away at the age of 65 at his house early on Thursday morning after a period of illness.

-- The Ministry of Public Security prompted the firefighting and rescue police agencies in all provinces and cities across Vietnam to review and check the compliance with fire prevention and fighting regulations at apartment blocks and boarding houses following an apartment block inferno that killed 56 people in Hanoi on Tuesday.

Business

-- Vietnam Airlines Group, which operates Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines, and Vasco, has announced that it will offer three million seats on domestic and international routes from January 25 to February 24, 2024 to meet the demand during the 2024 Lunar New Year.

-- Many global retail giants in Japan, France, the United States, Mexico, Sweden, and Thailand are joining the Vietnam International Sourcing 2023, which kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday and will last until Friday, to sound out cooperation with food, material, and agricultural suppliers.

-- Ninety outstanding companies were named ‘Green Enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City’ at the Green Business Merit Ceremony on Wednesday night, as part of the upcoming Ho Chi Minh City Economic Forum, scheduled to take place on Friday and Saturday. The merit ceremony was held in the southern metropolis for the first time and will become an annual event.

Lifestyle

-- Binh Chanh District under Ho Chi Minh City plans to open a quarter in the Trung Son residential area for nighttime activities to lure vistors. The quarter is set to feature 92 food stalls, 19 booths of local specialties, 50 souvenir stalls, and 91 commercial booths.

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Tieu Bac / Tuoi Tre News

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