First FSC Certification for Non-Timber Forest Products in Vietnam

First FSC Certification for Non-Timber Forest Products in Vietnam

This is the first time that the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) forest management certification is issued to a smallholder group in Vietnam.
EU applied tough rules on vaccine exports, putting more pressures on AstraZeneca

EU applied tough rules on vaccine exports, putting more pressures on AstraZeneca

Strict rules on vaccine exports have been applied by The European Union, and also put more pressure on AstraZeneca to deliver more shots to the region.
European begans review of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine, studying on it’s efficacy

European begans review of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine, studying on it’s efficacy

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced that it will begin to access and study the Russian coronavirus vaccine’s efficacy, Sputnik V, as the bloc looks to speed up its vaccination program.
China and Europe reach investment deal, despite US concerns

China and Europe reach investment deal, despite US concerns

China and Europe has finalized an agreement on Wednesday on an investment pact that will deepen ties between the world’s second – and third – largest economies, despite US concerns that the deal could be counterproductive.
Help pouring in for flood-relief efforts in central Vietnam

Help pouring in for flood-relief efforts in central Vietnam

In recent days, severe storms have led to landslides and flash floods causing death and destruction across the centre of Vietnam. Organisations around the world has joined relief efforts and send donations to disaster victims to help them to overcome the havoc.
European Union considers banning Americans from travel due to coronavirus fears

European Union considers banning Americans from travel due to coronavirus fears

The European Union is considering banning American travelers due to the rising number of coronavirus cases in the US. 
Italian expert explains why Europe step up security presence in East Sea

Italian expert explains why Europe step up security presence in East Sea

Growing economic interest in the East Sea has led the European Union and its member states to pay more attention to the region, according to an Italian expert.
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