Hanoi, Saigon plan hotel expansions as foreign arrivals continue to rise

Vietnam's largest cities plan to add around 1,000 new rooms each.
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Back to business: How Saigon's sidewalk revolution has lost its way

The man who led the campaign said it failed because officials were afraid of conflicts.
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Sand mining ban needed to rescue Hoi An from watery grave - experts

Authorities are urged to act now to save the town's beautiful beaches.
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On the money: How much should you tip in Vietnam?

Some may say any tip is a good tip, but it's important to get the right amount.
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Move over Rome: Summer travelers turn to Saigon, Mumbai for fresh experience

New travel data from American Express showed that bookings for the Vietnamese city have almost doubled.

Vietnam’s prime minister starts first US visit

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Vietnam to export pork to China amid supply glut

Local farmers have seen prices fallen sharply as a surplus of 200,000 tons of pork is expected this year.

Apple opens first official store in Southeast Asia

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Google promises to work with Vietnam to remove 'bad' content: report

The tech giant has been asked to open a representative office and coordinate with Vietnamese authorities.

Vietnamese banks, dairy giant named among world’s largest listed firms

Vinamilk has made it onto the list for the first time.

Century-old Saigon villa stuck in conservation quandary

The owner has been told she must retain its original colonial features rather than knock it down to build a new ...

Swedish comedy 'The Square' is surprise Cannes winner

'The Square' is an often savagely funny takedown of the limits of free speech and the blurred lines between the ...

Century-old Saigon villa stuck in conservation quandary

The owner has been told she must retain its original colonial features rather than knock it down to build a new ...

Hanoi, Saigon plan hotel expansions as foreign arrivals continue to rise

Vietnam's largest cities plan to add around 1,000 new rooms each.

Life after prison: Vietnamese man builds a home years after being cleared of murder

He spent 10 years in jail while his family struggled with poverty and public contempt.

Life goes on in Saigon's tiny apartments

Small apartments call for creative ways to create a cozy place people can call home.
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