Within a 28-day cycle our complexion can change drastically; from crystal clear one minute, to pimples the next, super dry and flaky to oily and unpleasantly shiny. Whether you are a pimple popper or a diligent skincare devotee, we just cant win against the spots and zits that Aunt Flo brings in. … [Read more...] about Alter Your Skincare Regime to Follow Your Menstrual Cycle
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Saigon Co.op, one of Vietnam’s leading retailers, has managed to weather difficulties. At a meeting organised in late February, a representative of Saigon Co.op affirmed that the retail market this year is forecast to face massive difficulties due to the epidemic. However, the company still set revenue target of VND38.9 trillion ($1.69 billion), up 10 per cent on-year. … [Read more...] about Retailers implement creative quick fixes to drum up custom
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Everpia now operates three factories in Vietnam. Its distribution system in the country has expanded continuously from 154 agents in 2008 to around 400 now. While the South Korean investor has expanded its business in Vietnam in the last year by opening a new business of curtains and blinds to meet the local demand for high-quality and affordable products, the company is being forced to postpone the next investment steps, focusing instead on developing preventive measures to possible risks in the future. … [Read more...] about Grounds for new hope to unfreeze FDI process
Korea and the United States are on the brink of reaching a new bilateral defense cost-sharing deal, said multiple Seoul sources Wednesday, following a breakthrough phone call between President Moon Jae-in and U.S. President Donald Trump last week.Wednesday was the first day that over 4,000 Korean employees of the U.S. Forces Korea (USFK), or around half the Korean personnel working for the American military, went on furlough because of the delays in reaching a new bilateral Special Measures Agreement (SMA). Seoul and Washington have reached a provisional agreement amid tough negotiations for the 11th SMA determining Korea’s contribution to the stationing of 28,500 U.S. troops in the country, according to a Korean government official Wednesday, and were in “final discussions.” The previous one-year deal expired on Dec. 31. Signing a new bilateral pact could resolve the issue of Korean workers for the USFK being forced onto unpaid leave for an indefinite period, an … [Read more...] about Defense cost-sharing deal is very near