WASHINGTON—The Trump administration has formally rejected China’s demand that it be treated as a “market economy” under global trading rules, a move likely to heighten tensions between the world’s two largest economies.Read More →
Kritenbrink says he will try very hard to promote the Vietnam-U.S. relationship
He was already on an airplane to Hanoi just a week after being officially confirmed by the Senate as the new U.S. ambassador to Vietnam.
Sleeves rolled up, he was ready for his first mission as the ambassador: to prepare for U.S. President Donald Trump’s attendance at the APEC summit in Da Nang, running from November 6 to 11, and his state visit to the Vietnamese capital from November 11 to 12.Read More →
One hundred and forty five greenhouse gas mitigation options have been proposed following a collaboration project with Japanese experts on supporting Việt Nam’s reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
A workshop on low carbon technology assessment, co-hosted by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MONRE) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency in Vietnam, was held in Hanoi yesterday.Read More →
Recently, the U.S. administration reaffirmed China’s non-market economy (NME) status for antidumping purposes.
The U.S. Commerce Department has instructed Customs and Border Protection to collect cash deposits from U.S. importers of Chinese-made aluminum foil at dumping margins ranging from 96.81 percent to 162.24 percent. …Read More →
Few American holidays have a history as steeped in myth and legend as Thanksgiving Day, which reaches back nearly 400 years to the Pilgrims’ first Thanksgiving in the Fall of 1621 at Plymouth Plantation in what is now Massachusetts, and at the Berkley Hundred and Jamestown in Virginia.Read More →