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Huawei is downplaying coronavirus impact on its smartphone sales, but experts say it will suffer more than Apple

The novel coronavirus has been a disaster for companies relying on China for supply chain and customers, with firms including Apple, Foxconn, AP Moller-Maersk, Air France-KLM all issuing warnings. Chinese smartphone giant Huawei has been coy on coronavirus impact, with one executive stating there would be no impact on its global supply chain over the next three to six months. Analysts are deeply skeptical and say Huawei will be worse affected than Apple, since it is hugely reliant on Chinese c...
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The coronavirus outbreak could cost Vietnam $4 billion in lost tourism in just 3 months, according to the country's department of tourism

The coronavirus outbreak "is expected to cause huge damage to Vietnam's tourism industry in the short and medium-term."
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The Democratic Party Talks About Race By Not Talking About Race

This article is part of TPM Cafe, TPM’s home for opinion and news analysis.  The Democratic Party doesn’t have a great record of addressing race. Dialogue on the topic, including in recent presidential debates, has not emerged as a genuine focus. That’s unfortunate for everyone, especially as millions of Democratic voters will be selecting their nominee in the next days and weeks. “Race” and “people of color” have effectively been used as synonyms for “black people” and occasionally also...
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Vietnam reports supply chain issues from virus, says may hit Samsung output

Vietnam's manufacturing sector is suffering supply chain problems caused by the coronavirus epidemic, which may delay production of Samsung Electronics' new phones, the Ministry of Industry and Trade told Reuters on Friday.
Tags: Money, Samsung, businessNews, Vietnam, Samsung Electronics, Reuters, Ministry of Industry and Trade


Essex lorry deaths: Vietnam police charge seven over role in trafficking

Police say one migrant was charged $22,000 before being taken to China, France and then the UKPolice in Vietnam have charged seven people in connection with the deaths of 39 migrants whose bodies were discovered in the back of a lorry in the UK in 2019, authorities said late on Thursday.The victims, who included two 15-year-old boys, were mostly from two provinces in north-central Vietnam, where poor job prospects, encouragement by authorities, smuggling gangs and environmental issues have fuell...
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Vietnam police charge seven over Britain truck deaths

Police in Vietnam have charged seven people in connection with the deaths of 39 migrants whose bodies were discovered in the back of a truck near London last year, authorities said late on Thursday. The victims, who included two 15-year-old boys, were mostly from two provinces in north-central Vietnam, where poor job prospects, encouragement by authorities, smuggling gangs and environmental issues have fueled migration. Seven defendants, including a Vietnamese woman living in China, were charg...
Tags: London, News, China, Britain, Vietnam, Europe Ha Tinh


Sisters Hospitalized After Sucking up Their Menstrual Fluids With Vacuum

A severe lack of understanding when it comes to bodily processes has been demonstrated with this rather absurd occurrence in Vietnam, as two sisters were rushed to a hospital after trying to use a vacuum cleaner to suck up their menstrual blood to end their periods faster. Desperate to have their menstrual agony end faster, […]
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‘Train to Busan’ Follow-Up ‘Peninsula’ is Not a Sequel, But is Set in the Same World

Train to Busan took the world by storm when the zombie horror hit debuted in 2016, spawning an animated prequel from director Yeon Sang-ho and the inevitable English-language remake. Now it seems like it will spawn a bonafide horror franchise over in South Korea, with Yeon directing a Train to Busan follow-up called Peninsula. But unlike many horror follow-ups, this won’t be a direct sequel. ScreenDaily brought the news about Peninsula, a Train to Busan follow-up that won’t act as a sequel t...
Tags: South Korea, Movies, Horror, Germany, Spain, Sequels, New Zealand, Danny Boyle, Vietnam, Busan, Peninsula, Jung, USA France, Yeon, Foreign Language, Yeon Sang-ho


Vietnam eases border trade restrictions with China to help virus-hit businesses

HANOI/LANG SON (Reuters) - Vietnam has eased restrictions on cross-border trade with China to prop up economic activities hit by the new coronavirus, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said on Thursday. China is Vietnam's largest trading partner and the Southeast Asian country's manufacturing sector relies on it for materials and equipment. China is also Vietnam's key market for farm produce.
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China says will help manage Mekong as report warns of dam danger

VIENTIANE/BANGKOK (Reuters) - China on Thursday said it was helping its downstream neighbors cope with a prolonged drought by releasing more water from its dams on the Mekong River, adding it would consider sharing information on hydrology to provide further assistance in the future. The statement came as a new economic report predicted that the building of dams to harness hydropower on the Mekong River would reshape the economies of five countries along the waterway, fuelling long-term inflati...
Tags: News, China, Vietnam, Mekong River, Mekong, Reuters China, Lancang River, VIENTIANE BANGKOK, Laos Thailand Cambodia Myanmar


Before and after photos show how the coronavirus has left Asia's biggest tourist attractions looking like ghost towns

Parts of the Great Wall of China are shut entirely. As far away as Vietnam and Japan, markets are deserted. The few tourists present wear face masks.
Tags: Asia, Japan, Science, Vietnam, Great Wall Of China


South Korea and Vietnam are asking millions to stay home to avoid coronavirus as more people get infected and die outside of China

The vast majority of the 2,100 deaths from coronavirus remain in China — but rates outside of the country are starting to creep up.
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How Martin Luther King Jr. and Motown Saved the Sound of the Civil Rights Movement

You know Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Or at least you think you know it—you’ve read about it in textbooks, or heard politicians quote from it, or seen clips in classrooms or museums. But chances are, you haven’t heard the full 17-minute address from the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, and what you have heard failed to capture what made it the one of the most famous speeches in history. Even if you wanted to, despite its renown, it’s surprisingly hard to find...
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Vietnam: Procedures, Deadline And Legal Grounds For The Opposition Against A Trademark (Brand Name) Applied For Registration In Vietnam - Bross and Partners

Within this short paper, we only summarize the basic issues relating to when and where to lodge an opposition, procedure, process, legal grounds therefor for your reference.
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Vietnam: Is The Brand Name Vietfoods Trademark-Able And Successful Appeal Against The Cambodian Trademark Registry's Findings Of Non-Distinctive Character And Merely Descriptiveness Of Name Of A Country? - Bross and Partners

Is the brand name VietFoods trademark-able and successful appeal against the Cambodian Trademark Registry's findings of non-distinctive character and merely descriptiveness of name of a country.
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Vietnam: Procedures, Legal Grounds, Timeframe And Relevant Evidence In Support Of A Request For Invalidation Against A Validly Registered Trademark In Vietnam - Bross and Partners

The exclusive right to use a registered trademark is not limitless but it may be suspended or terminated for some reasons, such as the registrant's death, the trademark owner's dissolution, ...
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Vietnam: When Is A Trademark Defeated By Copyright And When Copyrighted Work Cannot Overwhelm A Trademark Under The Law And Practice In Vietnam? - Bross and Partners

Samsung, Apple and Google are three globally-famed brand name under three world famous technology corporations, each of which is worth between several tens and hundreds of billions of US dollars.
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Vietnam: Trademark vs. Design Viewed From The Dispute Between The Right Holder Of A Registered Trademark Cua Hoi (Cửa Hội) Accused The Design Patentee Of 2D Label Containing Cua Hoi (Cửa Hội) - Bross and Partners

The newspaper Báo Pháp luật Việt Nam in its article "the case two companies selling Cua Hoi fish sauce, the NOIP knows wrong but ... cannot fix" reported that that both companies sell fish sauce product under the same brand name ...
Tags: News, Vietnam, Bross, Cua Hoi


Vietnam: Take A Look At The First Instance Verdict Of Copyright Dispute "Than Dong Dat Viet" Best-Selling Comic Series Recently Decided By A Court In Vietnam - Bross and Partners

Mr. Linh participated in composing Than Dong Dat Viet until the end of episode 78, then quitted his job.
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Vegan travel in Vietnam

Vietnam is a remarkable country offering intrepid travellers nature, history, countryside, beaches and some wonderful vegan food if you know where to look. There is a very good understanding of vegetarian and vegan food in Vietnam due to many of the Buddhist population choosing to eat plant based food on auspicious days in line with […] The post Vegan travel in Vietnam appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Food And Drink, Vietnam, Regions, Travel Miscellany, Buddhist


Vietnam rice exports seen up 6% this year to 6.75 million tonnes - food association

Vietnam expects to export 6.75 million tonnes of rice this year, up 6% from last year, Vietnam Food Association Vice Chairman Do Ha Nam said on Tuesday.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Vietnam, NAM, Vietnam Food Association


Apple's coronavirus warning that it won't sell enough iPhones is great news for Samsung

Apple announced Monday that the coronavirus outbreak means it will miss its revenue guidance for its fiscal second quarter due to its impact on the company's supply chain and store closures in China. Rival Samsung meanwhile has been far less impacted by the outbreak, with a minimal market share in China and a largely Vietnam-based supply chain. "Samsung does not say it publicly. But it is relieved," a source told Reuters. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Samsung Electronics...
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Vietnam: The Hanoi People's Court Forced Removal Of Defendant's Business Name Containing Plaintiff's 20-Year-Old Trademark And Trade Name "Brand Dong Tien" - Bross and Partners

Bross & Partners has just helped clients win a commercial and business lawsuit involving incorporation name that infringes the exclusive rights of trademark and trade name.
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Former PetroVietnam chairman charged with failure of Phú Thọ ethanol project

In Vietnam, Malaysia’s Star newspaper reports that the former chairman of PetroVietnam along with nine alleged accomplices are being charged over negligence surrounding the design, procurement and partial implementation of the ethanol project in Phú Thọ. The Ministry of Public Security says the contractors hired to undertake the project were not qualified and the project was eventually halted in 2013 after incurring more than $23.4 million in losses to government coffers. The former chairman ha...
Tags: Star, Vietnam, Producer News, Ethanol, PetroVietnam, Ministry of Public Security, Vietnam Malaysia


GGV Capital says mom-and-pop shops can boost e-commerce in emerging markets

Despite the rapid growth of e-commerce in India, Southeast Asia and other emerging markets, the vast majority of retail transactions there still happen offline in small stores that also serve as neighborhood hubs. The central role these stores play in their communities led GGV Capital to develop what the firm refers to as its mom-and-pop shop investment thesis. This means backing startups that help small retailers digitize operations, tap into better supply chains and serve as delivery points...
Tags: Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Asia, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, India, Tech, United States, Vietnam, Latin America, Ggv Capital, Tung, India Southeast Asia, Hans Tung


Samsung gives China wide berth over coronavirus woes, uses sea and air freight to ship smartphone bits to Vietnamese factories

Chaebol switching even more production out of Middle Kingdom The coronavirus epidemic continues to disrupt China's manufacturing and logistics sectors, forcing smartphone manufacturers to adapt. Among them this is South Korean tech giant Samsung, which has begun shipping smartphone components to Vietnam by air and sea, where two-thirds of its handsets are now being assembled.…
Tags: China, Samsung, Software, Vietnam


Vietnam: The Demerits Of 4 Measures Or Alternatives Of Domain Name .vn Dispute Resolution Under The Vietnamese Current Laws And Regulations You Might Not Know - Bross and Partners

The phenomenon that a particular individual uses brand names, trademarks or trade names protected by another individual or company to register as his/her domain name then seeks to re-sell such domain name ...
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Vietnam: 6 Key Features Of Liability For Non-Contractual Damages Compensation In Vietnam Due To Infringement Of Intellectual Property Rights Compared To Liability For Non-Contractual Damages In The Civil Code - Bross and Partners

Compensation for non-contractual damages originates from the constitutional principle saying that human rights, civil and political rights are respected, protected and ensured under the Constitution and laws.
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Vietnam: Vietnam To Firstly Issue Its National Intellectual Property Strategy With Visions To 2030 - Bross and Partners

According to the WIPO, the concept of intellectual property strategy as well as the importance of adopting a strategic approach has long been discussed and widely acknowledged, specifically that developing countries ...
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McDonald's: Nocturnal Animals

Vietnam's night life continues to boom. However, people were not considering McDonald's as an option to satisfy their hunger pangs late at night, and instead they were opting to eat street food and at hawker food stalls. The problem was that deep in the Vietnamese psyche when we think late night meal, we think street food. So, we needed to remind the night owls that their favourite restaurant McDonald's is open all nig...
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