China debt: has it changed in 2021 and how big is it now?

China debt: has it changed in 2021 and how big is it now?

What is the nature of China’s debt? Broadly speaking, China’s debt can be divided into domestic debt and foreign debt. China’s domestic debt, denominated in yuan, consists of three components:... Read more »
The beginner's guide to the greatest pastimes: Carrom

The beginner's guide to the greatest pastimes: Carrom

Among the checkerboards, Scrabble, chess and the Monopoly box that's missing pieces, there is one game in my family's collection that stands out among the rest — and it's not... Read more »
Pakistan to begin anti-dumping investigation on Vietnam’s steel imports and other countries

Pakistan to begin anti-dumping investigation on Vietnam’s steel imports and other countries

The National Tariff Commission of Pakistan has begun its anti-dumping investigation on rolled steel coils (CRC) and steel sheets imported from Vietnam and other countries, and high imposition on anti-dumping... Read more »
Pakistan launches anti-dumping investigation on Vietnam’s steel imports

Pakistan launches anti-dumping investigation on Vietnam’s steel imports

With the imposition of high anti-dumping duties, Vietnamese steel exporters may lose the Pakistan market to the host country’s manufacturers and those from other countries. Read more »
Pakistan begins anti-dumping investigation on Vietnam steel

Pakistan begins anti-dumping investigation on Vietnam steel

Pakistan has initiated an anti-dumping investigation on cold-rolled steel products from Vietnam with a proposed duty of 27.98 percent. Read more »
Vietnamese tea proves popular in Pakistan

Vietnamese tea proves popular in Pakistan

Vietnam exported a total of 137,000 tonnes of tea worth US$220 million throughout 2020, representing a decline of 0.4% in volume and 6.8% in value compared to the previous year,... Read more »
50 journalists killed in 2020: Reporters without Borders

50 journalists killed in 2020: Reporters without Borders

Fifty journalists and media workers were killed in connection with their work in 2020, the majority in countries that are not at war, Reporters without Borders (RSF) said Tuesday. Read more »
Condolences to Pakistan over death of former Prime Minister

Condolences to Pakistan over death of former Prime Minister

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on December 8 cabled a message of condolences to his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan over the passing of former Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali. Read more »
Vietnamese Embassy in Czech Republic pays homage to former Party leader

Vietnamese Embassy in Czech Republic pays homage to former Party leader

The Vietnamese Embassy in the Czech Republic has held a respect-paying ceremony and opened a funeral book for former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Le... Read more »
Polio vaccination campaigns resume in Afghanistan and Pakistan after COVID-19

Polio vaccination campaigns resume in Afghanistan and Pakistan after COVID-19

(CPV) - Polio immunization campaigns have resumed in Afghanistan and Pakistan – the last two polio-endemic countries in the world – months after COVID-19 left 50 million children without their... Read more »
Nine Pakistani pilots in Vietnam use ‘genuine’ licenses

Nine Pakistani pilots in Vietnam use ‘genuine’ licenses

Nine of 12 Pakistani pilots working in Vietnam have used genuine licenses, Pakistan aviation authorities have confirmed. Read more »
Pakistan downs Indian drone

Pakistan downs Indian drone

Director General Inter Services Public Relations Major General Babar Iftikhar said on Sunday that Pakistan Army troops shot down an Indian spying quadcopter in Hot Spring Sector along the Line... Read more »
Vietnam suspended 20 Pakistani pilots over fake licenses

Vietnam suspended 20 Pakistani pilots over fake licenses

Minister of Transport of Vietnam Nguyen Van The has asked the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam and domestic airlines to review and suspend Pakistani pilots after the South Asia country’s... Read more »
Pakistan sacks 5 aviation officials, grounds 262 pilots over tainted licenses scandal

Pakistan sacks 5 aviation officials, grounds 262 pilots over tainted licenses scandal

Pakistan has fired five aviation officials allegedly having implications in the "bogus" pilot licenses scandal, a month after deadly crash in Karachi leading to the deaths of nearly 100 passengers... Read more »
Vietnam suspends 27 Pakistani pilots on suspicion of fake license use

Vietnam suspends 27 Pakistani pilots on suspicion of fake license use

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has suspended 27 Pakistani pilots working for local airlines after authorities in Pakistan recently suspected that over 260 pilots in the South Asian... Read more »
Vietnam extends condolences to Pakistan over deadly plane crash

Vietnam extends condolences to Pakistan over deadly plane crash

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on May 25 offered condolences to his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan over deadly plane crash in Karachi that killed 97 passengers, VNA reported. Read more »
Death toll from Pakistani air crash rises to 80

Death toll from Pakistani air crash rises to 80

At least 80 people were killed as a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane with 99 passengers and crew onboard crashed in the southern port city of Karachi on Friday, officials... Read more »
At least 76 dead in Pakistan plane crash

At least 76 dead in Pakistan plane crash

At least 76 bodies have been recovered after Pakistan International Airline flight 8303 crashed in Karachi Friday, according to a statement from the Sindh Health Department. Read more »
Vietnamese foods exported to Pakistan must have Halal certificate

Vietnamese foods exported to Pakistan must have Halal certificate

Vietnamese foods exported to Pakistan must have Halal certificate Read more »
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