Vietnam Lao Cai popularises Sa Pa-Fansipan tourism trademark

 Lao Cai (VNA) –The northern mountainous province of Lao Cai has built a strategy to popularise the Sa Pa- Fansipan tourism trademark till 2025 with a vision to 2030.

Director of the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Ha Van Thang said the province now offers six main types of tourism products, namely resort, cultural-community, ecological, agriculture-craft
village, adventure sport and smart tourism products.

However, those products have not been able to create strong impression on visitors. Community tourist products are said to be monotonous, failing to meet visitors’ demand for experience and exploration.

Home to Fansipan, the highest peak in Indochina, but the
local tourism industry has not made full use of it for adventure sport tourism.

According to the strategy, Lao Cai expects to have 20 percent of tourists in key markets become aware of the Sa Pa- Fansipan trademark, 50 percent of visitors choosing Lao Cai … Read the rest

Dow Falls from Record Highs

U.S. stocks fell Tuesday as major technology shares came under pressure again after the 10-year Treasury yield touched its highest level since January 2020.

The Dow Jones Industrials dropped 104.41 points to 33,066.96. Monday, the index reached a new all-time high. Apple and Microsoft were among the biggest losers in the 30-stock Dow, falling more than 1% each.

The S&P 500 subtracted 12.54 points, to 3,958.55, led by losses in consumer staples and technology.

The NASDAQ Composite backpedaled 14.25 points to 13,045.39.

Classic reopening plays rallied after the data release. American Airlines jumped more than 5%, while United Airlines popped more than 3%. Carnival and Norwegian Cruise Line both climbed at least 3%.

The market experienced heightened volatility this week amid the continued fallout after a hedge fund was forced to liquidate its position in several media stocks.

ViacomCBS and Discovery both rebounded after registering heavy losses last week prompted … Read the rest

Picchio Partners with UnaBiz to Track Japanese Black Bears

Picchio Partners with UnaBiz to Track Japanese Black Bears

Today, the Picchio Wildlife Research Centre announced its programme to track Asian Black Bears in Karuizawa, Japan with UnaBiz’ low-power IoT GPS tracker.

The massive Internet of Things (IoT) device maker and service provider is supporting Picchio’s effort to enable the peaceful coexistence between locals and wildlife in the summer holiday town of Karuizawa.

“Although wild animals like bears and monkeys can cause damage to towns and become vectors of infectious diseases to farm animals, they also play an important role in the ecosystem. As the only wildlife organisation in Asia that manages wild bears with GPS technology, UnaBiz is pleased to support Picchio with a reliable and long-term solution that ensures a long-term peaceful coexistence between bears with humans,” said Pascal Gerbert-Gaillard, Japan Managing Director of UnaBiz.

“Black Bears in Karuizawa have been an issue for locals and tourists alike who have to co-exist with the wild animals scavenging Read the rest

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Vietnam: Manufacturing to remain the key driver of growth

GDP growth was unchanged at 4.5% y/y in Q1. Manufacturing activity surged, while the recovery in service sector activity and construction continued albeit at a more subdued pace as some localised social distancing measures were reinstated.

We expect robust exports, led by strong global demand for electronics, to continue to underpin solid economic growth over the remainder of this year with GDP forecast to rise close to 8%.

GDP rose 4.5% y/y Q1, unchanged from the previous quarter as another sharp fall in mining activity partly offset a strong pick-up in the manufacturing sector.

Meanwhile, the recovery in services and construction from Q2 2020’s lows continued, although momentum continued to lag that of the industrial sector with the reintroduction of localised restrictions, including in Hanoi, at the end of January likely weighed on activity.

Positively, Covid restrictions have eased once again, and the vaccination rollout is underway. We expect the … Read the rest

Dow at Another New Record

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to a new record on Monday despite weakness in bank stocks caught in the downdraft of Friday’s margin call.

The 30-stock index achieved yet another record, jumping 98.49 points to 33,171.37

The S&P 500 subtracted 3.75 points, to 3,971.09, from Friday’s record high.

The NASDAQ Composite retreated 79.08 points to 13,059.65.

Shares of ViacomCBS and Discovery swung between losses and gains after intense selling pressure last week. The two companies were believed to be hit by forced liquidation of positions held by the multibillion dollar family office Archegos Capital Management.

Discovery lost 1.6%, while ViacomCBS dropped 6.7%. The two companies had lost 27% apiece during Friday’s selloff.

Elsewhere, Boeing gained 2.3% on news that Southwest Airlines had added 100 orders for the airliner’s 737 Max jet. The first 30 jets are scheduled for delivery in 2022.

Credit Suisse shares tumbled 11.5% as the bank … Read the rest

How Are Blockchain And IoT Helping COVID Vaccine Shipments?

How Are Blockchain And IoT Helping COVID Vaccine Shipments?

By Marc Kavinsky, Editor at IoT Business News.

As the global pandemic brought the world to a halt, the entire humanity counted on the pharmaceutical industry for an effective solution against the virus. Fortunately, it took only a year for scientists to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. Now when the vaccine is approved for usage, the problems started appearing in logistics for distribution, shipping, and storage.

IoT and blockchain development platforms could offer some ease – and might change the way pharmaceutical companies store and ship their vaccines forever. According to the Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Logistics of the International Air Transport Association nearly 20% of biopharmaceutical products are degraded during shipping.

This rate of degradation could be very devastating during these hard times. With the help of blockchain-based solutions and IoT sensors for supply chain management over a secure and managed database, asset tracking, and … Read the rest

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The Future of Asia: greener but with a public and private debt hangover

The Sydney Opera resumed live performances and the city of Melbourne recently hosted the Australian Open tennis tournament with fans (mostly) in attendance.

Japan is back to planning the delayed 2020 Summer Olympics, while China focuses on the Beijing 2022 Winter Games. Having been hit by COVID-19 first, Asia is also recovering first. At the pandemic’s first anniversary, is the region back to full health?

Asia must remain agile and innovative to exit the crisis in a durable, greener, and more equitable way

The best answer is that it is too early to know for sure. The pandemic exacerbated existing long-term issues: slowing productivity growth, growing indebtedness, aging population, rising inequality, and managing climate change. A new IMF staff paper looks into how the region can navigate these multiple challenges.

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Dow Pops 450+, S&P at Record to End Week

U.S. stocks climbed on Friday, finishing the volatile week on a high note as stocks benefiting from a successful economic reopening outperformed again.

The Dow Jones Industrials screamed higher 453.4 points, or 1.4%, to 33,072.88

The S&P 500 added 65.02 points, or 1.7%, to 3,974.54, hitting a record closing high.

The NASDAQ Composite shot higher 161.05 points, or 1.2%, to 13,138.72.

The Dow posted modest gains of 1.4%, and the S&P 500 grew 1.6%. The NASDAQ fell 0.6% on the week, however. The market rally has slowed down in recent weeks as rising interest rates and valuation concerns hit tech names.

Classic reopening plays built on the momentum from the previous session. United Airlines climbed more than 1%, while Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line jumped 1.3% and 3% respectively. Cyclical sectors energy and materials led the gains, rising more than 2% each.

Financial stocks rose after the Federal Reserve … Read the rest