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21 Ways Rich People Think Differently

21 Ways Rich People Think Differently

World's richest woman Gina Rinehart is enduring a media firestorm over an article in which she takes the "jealous" middle class to task for "drinking, or smoking and socializing" rather than working to earn their own fortune.

Online system modernises visa application process

News/Hanoi - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on March 14 officially put an online visa granting management system and a data integration centre into use, helping enhance IT application in the ministry’s management.

Vietnam-RoK science, technology institute taking shape

News/Hanoi - The Ministry of Science and Technology is urgently finalising plans to build the Vietnam-Korea Institute of Science and Technology (V-KIST) on an area of over 20 ha in the Hoa Lac hi-teck park.

HCM City youth support urban development

News/HCMC - Over 1,000 young people gathered at a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on March 23 to open the Vietnamese Youth Festival 2014, with a focus on building urban civilisation.

Youth exchange promotes Vietnam-Laos ties

News/Hanoi - A friendship exchange between Vietnamese and Lao youths was held in the central province of Quang Ngai on March 23 to strengthen mutual understanding between the two countries.

Vietnam’s labour market under the spotlight

News/Hanoi - The Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) on March 21 publicised its first quarterly bulletin on Vietnam’s labour market with the support of the General Statistics Office (GSO) and the International Labour Organisation.

More jobs to be created this year

News/Hanoi - The nation's workforce will reach 54.87 million in 2014, with more trained workers and fewer unskilled labourers to meet the country's economic restructuring and raise the competitiveness of businesses.

UK college helps Vietnam school enhance vocational skills

News/Hanoi - The UK’s Westminster Kingsway College (WKC) will support the Kien Giang Vocational College (KVC) of Vietnam in implementing a project to improve e mployability skills for its teachers and students.

DPM Dam chats with students

News/Hanoi - Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam on December 28 talked with 650 excellent students nationwide on the occasion of the 9th National Congress of Vietnamese Students’ Association.

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