Overseas Vietnamese troubled by red tape
As Vietnam clamps down on used car imports by overseas Vietnamese, many Viet kieu complain that excessive red tape is costing them time and money.

Vietnam’s gasoline prices reach record with new hikes

Vietnam’s retail gasoline prices have reached a record high after fuel distributors raised retail petrol prices by up to around 1 percent on Tuesday with the approval from the Ministry of Finance.

Vietnam gets US patents on fragrant rice, dragon fruit
The United States patent and trademark office has granted the Mekong Delta province of Long An two parents on its specialties, Nang Thom Cho Dao rice and Chau Thanh dragon fruit.

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