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Vietnam War 40 years on, former enemies now friends but ...

Vietnamese call for end to communism 40 years after war

Some Vietnamese citizens are tagging the country with "40 years too many" to call for an end to communist rule. April 30 marks four decades since the Viet Cong reclaimed Saigon and communism was established. Many are posting signs throughout Vietnam ... Al Jazeera, 2 days ago
HCM City leader greets Cuban official VietnamPlus, 1 day ago
How The U.S. Won the Vietnam War Town Hall, 1 day ago

Golf course debate reflects Vietnam army's capitalist streak

To alleviate congestion at Ho Chi Minh City's Tan Son Nhat International Airport, top officials in the ruling Communist Party have proposed building an airport costing a whopping $15.8 billion about 40 kilometers (25 miles) away. But some city ...
 Investor's Business Daily5 days ago On the green, Vietnam army's capitalist streak  Japan Times9 hours ago 40 years after end of war, the Vietnam People's Army is a capitalist juggernaut  Canadian Business Magazine5 days ago
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Vietnam-China consolidate trust and promote cooperation

The official visit to China from April 7-10 by Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong at the invitation of Chinese Party General Secretary and State President Xi Jinping attracted special attention from both countries and the world because the ...
 VietNamNet Bridge6 days ago Message of Congratulations from Communist Party of Vietnam  Peoples Democracy.in1 week ago Vietnamese 2020 Industrialization Goals Unlikely  Economy Watch1 week ago Chinese president to launch economic corridor link in Pakistan  MSN South Africa1 week ago
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang meets Vietnamese party chief

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (4th R) meets with Nguyen Phu Trong (4th L), general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam, in Beijing, capital of China, April 8, 2015. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei) 1 2 1 2 Copyright 2000 - 2015 ...
 Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago China's top political advisor meets Vietnamese party chief  Individual.com3 weeks ago Vietnam Party chief meets Chinese Premier, NPC Chairman  VietnamPlus3 weeks ago Party leader meets Chinese top political advisor  VOVNews3 weeks ago
Business Times Singapore

Vietnam mends ties with major trading partner

Beijing VIETNAM has sent an array of Communist Party leaders and cabinet ministers to China for a four-day trip aimed at mending fences with its biggest trading partner. Communist Party general secretary Nguyen Phu Trong leads the group that ...
 Business Times Singapore3 weeks ago Why It's Good Business for Vietnam to Mend Ties With China  Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago
Malay Mail

Congratulation on Vietnam's reunification

(VOV) -Lao Party General Secretary and President Chummaly Sayasone, Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong, and National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Pany Yathotu have sent messages of congratulations to Party leader Nguyen Phu Trong, Prime Minister Nguyen ...
 VOVNews3 days ago China's mega FTZ unveiling to open up, boost economy  Malay Mail1 week ago Officials talk promising developments in Vietnam-China relations  Dang Cong San3 weeks ago China, Vietnam work to build ties  CHINAdaily3 weeks ago

The ongoing China visit by Nguyen Phu Trong, general secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, has sounded an upbeat note for bilateral ties, with the two sides reemphasizing their traditional friendship and the will to further promote it.

BEIJING, April 8 (Xinhua) -- In the past 65 years since the two countries established diplomatic ties, their relations have generally been moving ahead on the track of friendship and cooperation, despite various twists and turns. Their ...
 Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago Commentary: Maritime Silk Road offers new opportunity for China-Vietnam cooperation  Individual.com3 weeks ago Maritime Silk Road offers new opportunity for China-Vietnam cooperation weeks ago ·Maritime Silk Road offers new opportunity for China-Vietnam cooperation  Tianshannet3 weeks ago

China Keeps Close Watch as Vietnam Builds U.S. Ties

BEIJING — While Vietnam's communist party chief was greeted with full honors as he visited neighboring China this week, the pomp barely papered over tensions between the countries over Hanoi's warming ties with Beijing's archrival: the United ...
 NBCNews.com3 weeks ago

Vietnam officials visit China to mend relations after rig spat

Vietnam's Communist Party chief and several Cabinet ministers have left for a four-day visit to China as the countries seek to mend relations strained by the giant northern neighbor's deployment last year of an oil rig in disputed waters. The post Vietnam ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Vietnam seeks to mend China ties  Taipei Times Online3 weeks ago Vietnam officials visit China to ease tensions after oil rig spat  SZEenergy.biz3 weeks ago 『 Vietnam officials visit China to ease tensions after oil rig spat 』  ECF3 weeks ago

China, Vietnam must manage sea dispute well to keep peace: Xi Jinping

Communist parties rule both countries and trade has swelled to $50 billion annually, but Vietnam has long been suspicious of its giant neighbour.
 DNA3 weeks ago Xi: China, Vietnam Must Cooperate on Sea Dispute  VOA News3 weeks ago Vietnam, China Meet Over Oil Rig Spat  Maritime Executive3 weeks ago
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