Roche’s influenza drug Tamiflu suppresses the often deadly avian flu strain seen in Vietnam, which experts fear will soon cause a human pandemic, U.S. researchers said Monday, according to a Re
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Below is the EXECUTIVE SUMMARY of the 2005 annual report on the “Military Power of the People’s Republic of China,” submitted to the U.S. Congress. To download the full report, clic
Vietnam and China have agreed to cooperate in the exploitation of the Eastern Sea, according to Xinhuanet.
In a meeting with Vietnam’s President Tran Duc Luong in Beijing, President Hu Jintao
The United States and Thailand concluded the fourth round of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations in Great Falls, Montana on 15 Jul 05, according to a press release from the U.S. Trade Representat
Infectious diseases remain the number one killer of humans worldwide.
Why does another influenza pandemic merit unique and urgent attention?
The impact of a pandemic caused by the current bird fl
Business Traveller talks to Vietnam’s Prime Minister Phan Van Khai about the country’s development and chats with some of the country’s key business people to analyze what is drawin
If a much-feared pandemic of avian influenza starts sweeping through the world’s population anytime soon, neither the United States nor international health authorities will be prepared to cope
California Waste Solutions has received approval to build a state-of-the-art waste recycling plant worth USD 400 million in Ho Chi Minh City, according to a Thanh Nien News report.
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Deputy Prime Minister VU Khoan said WTO membership remained essential for the modernisation of Vietnam, according to a report in the Financial Times
“We cannot develop without the world ma
Asian countries struggling with bird flu need USD 102 million (euro86 million) from international donors as soon as possible to bring the disease under control and stave off the threat of a human pan