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Envoy: Iran, Vietnam resolved to raise annual trade to $2b
Tehran and Hanoi are resolved to considerably increase their annual trade exchanges to $2 billion, said a senior Iranian diplomat.
Vietnam, Iran hold huge potential for cooperation
There are plenty of room for Vietnamese and Iranian enterprises to cooperate in the fields of oil and gas, petrochemicals, port, information and technology, telecommunication and tourism, said Speaker of Iran's Parliament Ali Larijani.
Parliament speaker: Iran helps Syria fight terrorism
Tehran along with Moscow has helped the Syrian government counter terrorism, Iranian Parliament (Parliament) speaker said on Tuesday.
Vietnam calls for promoting trade ties with Iran
Vietnam's National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan called for closer coordination between Iran and Vietnam to lift bilateral trade to $2 billion.
Limited education opportunities hinder social mobility in rural Vietnam
Rural Vietnamese residents are failing to climb the social ladder because many families stay in the agriculture sector for generations, according to an Oxfam report released last week.
Vietnam's crude oil export falls,  petrol import surges  in first 2 months of 2018
Vietnam exported 766,000 tons of crude oil worth $395 million between January and February, seeing respective year-on-year drops of 27 percent and 12.9 percent, according to the country's General Statistics Office on Friday.
Vietnam suspends steel firms after pollution protests
Two steel plants in central Vietnam were ordered to suspend production, according to an official statement Thursday, following reports of protests by residents complaining of polluted air and water from the factories.
Vietnam jails former oil executives in graft case
A former oil executive has been sentenced to life in prison and a former high-ranking Vietnamese government official has received a lengthy prison term at the end of a major corruption trial.
Climate change is triggering a migrant crisis in Vietnam
By Alex Chapman and Van Pham Dang Tri*
Vietnam evacuates hundreds of thousands ahead of storm
Hundreds of thousands of people in Vietnam's Mekong Delta were evacuated as the region braced for the arrival of Typhoon Tembin after the storm left more than 160 people dead in the Philippines.
Vietnam's fruit, veggie exports, imports surge
Vietnam reaped nearly $3.2 billion from exporting fruits and vegetables in the first 11 months of this year, up 43.2 percent on year, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said.
Vietnam, China agree to avoid conflicts in South China Sea
Vietnam and China have agreed to avoid conflicts and resolve maritime issues in the disputed South China Sea, in what is seen as a move to ease tensions over Beijing’s claims to most of the waterway.
China, Vietnam seek closer economic ties
The Hekou Port on the China-Vietnam border has been the scene of an almost ceaseless flow of goods crossing the border this year.
Trump offers to mediate in Vietnam-China territorial dispute (Video)
US President Donald Trump has offered to help resolve an ongoing territorial dispute between Vietnam and China in the South China Sea.
Vietnam targets economic growth in 2018
Vietnam has targeted a growth of 6.5-6.7 percent in its gross domestic product next year, according to a resolution on socioeconomic development plan for 2018 passed by the country's top legislature.

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