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US: Vietnam is still on the list to track human trafficking

On June 25, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Adviser to President Ivanka Trump, and Ambassador John Richmond announced the 2020 annual report on Human Trafficking, which places Vietnam in a group of countries that need to be monitored due…
The US deals with Vietnam’s trade cheating

The US Department of Commerce (DOC) on June 23 announced the opening of an anti-dumping investigation on tires imported from Vietnam and three other Asian countries and see if Vietnamese manufacturers are receiving unfair subsidies or not. Three other Asian…
US’s visas: Closed for Chinese but still open for Vietnamese

The US diplomatic agency in Vietnam has denied a rumor which says the US suspends the issuance of visas for Vietnamese students” since early July and said it started reviewing immigrant visa applications. “Don’t believe the rumors online! There has…
Oversea remittance fall sharply – Vietnam suffers

Overseas remittances have always played an important role in Vietnam’s economy. The COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on this source of money, which has kept the communist authorities from being panicked in recent months. The number of remittances sent…
Can Vietnam negotiate with China to regain Paracels?

Can Vietnam expect any solution to “regain” the Hoang Sa (Paracels)? Vietnam accused China of “using force in 1974 to invade” the Hoang Sa (Paracels) managed by the Republic of Vietnam government. Vietnam’s official position is that Vietnam has “undisputed…
Vietnam ratifies EVFTA, seeking to reduce dependence on China

Nearly 95% of the legislators of Vietnam’s National Assembly voted in the process of approving the two agreements with the EU: the Free Trade Agreement and the Investment Protection Agreement. After the Vietnamese parliament completes the procedure for ratifying the…
South China Sea tensions- US Partnering with Allies to Stop China

These days, the situation in the East Sea (South China Sea) has become hot in the international forum with successive moves of the parties involved in sovereignty disputes over the important international waters. Most recently, the US sent a diplomatic…
Cambodia and the Philippines are seeking independence from China

The COVID-19 pandemic originating from China has drived many Western countries to seek to reduce their dependence on China. The same tendency can be observed in Southeast Asian countries such as Cambodia and the Philippines once considered China’s allies. The…