Vietnam’s textile and apparel firms lack orders for the last two quarters

Garment, footwear and woodwork companies look forward to receiving orders in H2 After half a year of struggling to survive difficulties caused by Covid-19, Vietnamese enterprises are hoping that more orders will come over the next six months.

Summons sent to top officials of Volkswagen and Audi in cheat devices FIR

the Gautam Budh Nagar Police to provide critical evidence in the first FIR registered against the automobile majors for installing cheat devices in their cars to misrepresent emissions.The FIR was filed by Noida resident Aniljit Singh against the top officials of Volkswagen and Audi in India and their headquarters in Germany.The Noida Sector 20 police […]

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES AUGUST 4

Also according to the World Bank’s report, although the Vietnamese economy suffered from COVID-19 in the first half of 2020, prospects remain positive for both the short and medium term. If the world situation gradually improves, economic activity should rebound in the second semester of 2020 such that the economy will grow by around 2.8 […]

Times Network launches India Revival Mission; sets the agenda to revive Indian economy from the impact of COVID-19

MK Anand, MD & CEO, Times Network said, “The pandemic has created unprecedented impact on Business and economy globally. As we come to terms with its persistent nature and adjust our lives around it with a view to restart parts of the economy that have been suspended for months, we realise the need for actionable […]

‘Humour Is Dead’: BBC Memory-Holes Fawlty Towers ‘Don’t Mention The War!’ Episode

This is not the first time a BBC affiliate misunderstood comedy and took the mockery of bigotry as an endorsement of racism. Last year, the ITV-BBC joint venture Britbox banned Till Death Do Us Part due to the lead character Alf Garnett’s bigoted views, despite the premise of the comedy being that the viewers laughed at Garnett, […]

Which? names Richer Sounds and Toolstation as UK’s best-rated shops

For Britons who never pick up a screwdriver or drill, the Toolstation brand, which is owned by listed group Travis Perkins, will be a surprise winner. It has 250 small, Argos-style stores, where tradesmen and DIYers pick products including its popular “bog in a box” from a catalogue before placing their order at a counter.

Mum up for top award for genius ‘therapy’ idea which boosts mental health

“We have met weekly during lockdown, and we’ve been posting out creative challenges to members to keep them connected and motivated,” says Laura. “I was delighted to discover I’d been nominated for the award. It’s fantastic that our charity has been recognised for addressing this gap in society.”

Holly Willoughby, Tess Daly and Emma Willis’ incredible Argos modelling pictures

Michelle’s modelling pictures provided ideas for complete outfits, as she also posed up in black and pink T-shirts with a frayed swooping neckline.