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China Vietnam

Vietnam’s first city metro, built by China, carries 14,917 passengers per day (Global Times)

The opening ceremony of Vietnam’s first urban light rail, which was built by China, was held in Hanoi on Thursday. The metro line made about 13,000 runs and carried more than 1 million people during the 67-day trial operation, which started on November 6, 2021.

Vietnam’s first city metro, built by China, carries 14,917 passengers per day – Global Times

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Vietnam

Time for Vietnam to get cracking on CPTPP reforms (Nguyen Anh Duong, East Asia Forum)

Following years of effort, in 2015 Vietnam concluded negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal. After the US withdrawal from the trade pact, Vietnam worked with the remaining members to revive it under the name of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). Indeed, Vietnam was the seventh member to ratify the CPTPP.

Time for Vietnam to get cracking on CPTPP reforms (eastasiaforum.org)

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India Vietnam

Visit of Chairman Vietnam’s National People’s Assembly and India-Vietnam Relations (Vinod Anand, Vivekananda International Foundation)

Mr. Vuong Dinh Hue, the Chairman of the National Assembly of Vietnam, visited India from 15 to 19 December to bolster India-Vietnam cooperation in a number of areas. He is one of the important leaders in the quartet of the top leadership and power structure of Vietnam which comprises of General Secretary of the Vietnam Communist Party, the President, Prime Minister and the Chairman of National Assembly. He is also the first leader of the new dispensation in Vietnam to visit India and it is also being said that Vietnam’s Prime Minister is most likely to visit India early next year to strengthen mutual ties that have seen an ascending trajectory in the recent years.

Visit of Chairman Vietnam’s National People’s Assembly and India-Vietnam Relations | Vivekananda International Foundation (vifindia.org)

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Vietnam

Vietnam: Ex-Political Prisoner Faces New Charges (HRW)

The Vietnamese authorities should immediately release the human rights activist Do Nam Trung and drop all charges against him, Human Rights Watch said today. Do Nam Trung, 40, previously spent 14 months in prison after he publicly advocated for democracy and human rights in the early 2010s.

Vietnam: Ex-Political Prisoner Faces New Charges | Human Rights Watch (hrw.org)

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China Vietnam

Western media’s lies about Vietnam metro project are shameless (Global Times)

The recently inaugurated metro line in Hanoi, Vietnam has now officially entered service after a two-week free trial operation. The fact that a smaller number of riders was recorded, compared with the trial period, is a chance Western media outlets could not miss to “question” any project where China or Chinese firms participate.

Western media’s lies about Vietnam metro project are shameless – Global Times

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Vietnam

Adding substance to Vietnam’s climate commitments (Thang Nam Do, East Asia Forum)

In his speech at 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Vietnam’s Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh announced that the country would aim for a net-zero emission target by 2050. With this move, Vietnam has joined the group of about 140 countries that pledged to net-zero emissions by the middle of the century.

Adding substance to Vietnam’s climate commitments (eastasiaforum.org)

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Vietnam

Vingroup tapping global investors for car unit’s $1bn funding: sources (Arab News)

Vietnam’s largest conglomerate Vingroup is in talks with investors, including Qatar’s sovereign fund and BlackRock, to raise about $1 billion in equity for its car unit, three sources aware of the matter said.

Vingroup tapping global investors for car unit’s $1bn funding: sources (arabnews.com)

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Vietnam

Demand-driven and gender-responsive policies for promoting entrepreneurship among women in Vietnam (Tran Thi Ngoc Tran, Brookings)

Given the profound socioeconomic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is imperative that Vietnam make full use of its human capital. With women making up 50 percent of the population, encouraging entrepreneurship among them is central to the National Strategy on Gender Equality 2021–30, one goal of which is for women-owned businesses to account for 27 percent of all enterprises by 2025 and 30 percent by 2030. Although a number of entrepreneurship training programs for women have been launched, they have not been very effective because they do not adequately recognize the distinct needs and unique challenges of women entrepreneurs.

Demand-driven and gender-responsive policies for promoting entrepreneurship among women in Vietnam (brookings.edu)

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Indo Pacific UK Vietnam

Why improving Vietnam–UK relations matters for the Indo-Pacific (Bill Hayton, The Strategist)

Vietnam’s prime minister, Pham Minh Chinh, made a very successful trip to the United Kingdom in early November, putting the rapidly improving relations between the two countries into the spotlight. The visit to the COP26 climate summit took place a year after Britain and Vietnam ‘refreshed’ their 10-year-old strategic partnership with a new set of bilateral commitments. Chinh was accompanied by a large delegation, and many side meetings were held with British officials and organisations. Clearly, there is interest in further developing the bilateral relationship.

Why improving Vietnam–UK relations matters for the Indo-Pacific | The Strategist (aspistrategist.org.au)

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