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The first Vietnam-Korea Economic Forum opened on Thursday in Hanoi to further promote bilateral trade and investments, especially in the context of Vietnam’s participation in free trade agreements.
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Adris Grupa is the largest tobacco company in Croatia and one of the largest in the Balkans. It is made up of two business units: Tobacco and Tourism. The Tobacco unit companies involves: TDR d.o.o, Istragrafika d.d, Hrvatski duhani d.d. The company markets cigarettes under the brand names of Ronhill, Walter Wolf, York and MC.
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Scholars and economists yesterday discussed the preparation and readiness of Vietnam towards the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in a forum co-organised by the Centre Institute of Economic Management (CIEM) and School of Public Policy under the University of Tokyo.
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The first Vietnam-Korea Economic Forum opened on Thursday in Hanoi to further promote bilateral trade and investments, especially in the context of Vietnam’s participation in free trade agreements.
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The British oil giant’s revenue declined by 9.5% to $359 billion last year, as price volatility proved to be a drag on the energy industry. BP’s profits also plummeted to $3.8 billion after doubling to $23.4 billion the previous year. BP chair Carl-Henric Svanberg reflected on 2015 by saying his company started the year confidently only to end it “with significant uncertainties.” At least one uncertainty became more clear recently with the nearly $19 billion settlement of claims arising from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Though the black eye BP suffered as a result of that accident isn’t going away anytime soon.
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