Samsung Electronics marks 10-year presence in Vietnam

Samsung Electronics marks 10-year presence in Vietnam

(VOVWORLD) - Samsung Vietnam’s success is the success of the Vietnamese government’s continuous reform to improve the country’s investment environment, said Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham...
Government vows to boost support industry

Government vows to boost support industry

(VOVWORLD) - The Vietnamese government attaches great importance to developing the country’s support industry, with special focus given to electronics, garment and textiles, leather and footwear, fashion, and automobiles
Prime Minister works with Samsung Thai Nguyen

Prime Minister works with Samsung Thai Nguyen

(VOVWORLD) -Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc praised Samsung Electronics Vietnam Thai Nguyen for its care for workers and welcomed the group as the biggest foreign investor in Vietnam
Tech firms seek to improve information security

Tech firms seek to improve information security

(VOVworld)- After Wikileaks revealed that the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is hacking smart phones, PCs, and smart TV, several of the tech firms have taken measures to improve their...
New MERS cases reported in Republic of Korea

New MERS cases reported in Republic of Korea

(VOVworld) – The Republic of Korea reported two more deaths from Middle East Respiratory Syndromes (MERS), and one new confirmed case on Friday, bringing the death toll to 31 and the...
3 new MERS cases found in South Korea

3 new MERS cases found in South Korea

(VOVworld) – South Korea’s Health Ministry said on Monday that 3 new MERS cases had been reported, increasing the total number of infections to 175
South Korea announces new MERS cases

South Korea announces new MERS cases

(VOVworld) - South Korea on Wednesday reported eight more cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) infection and one more death, bringing the total death toll to 20
China, US develop new MERS antibody

China, US develop new MERS antibody

(VOVworld) - Chinese and American scientists have jointly developed a new antibody called m336 targeting the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, which has killed 16 people and landed 150 others...