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Viettel’s latest rebranding matches the group’s mission of pioneering the creation of digital societies

HANOI, Vietnam, Jan. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Viettel Group has unveiled a new logo and new slogan as part of an extensive rebranding initiative, 16 years after the introduction of the last branding in 2004. The rebranding reflects Viettel’s strategic diversification in recent years. Having realized its mission of “Popularizing telecommunication services” in Vietnam, in 2018, Viettel announced its mission […]

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SweeGen Announces Successful Scale-up of Bestevia® Reb N

Further expands the sweet taste solution toolbox for tackling sugar reduction. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., Jan. 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SweeGen is making possible a healthier, more guilt-free, and sweeter world with the commercialization of Bestevia® Rebaudioside N (Reb N), a special zero-calorie, highly sought-after natural stevia sweetener. Reb N is a naturally occurring […]

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Starvation Looms in Southern Madagascar, WFP Warns

The U.N. World Food Program warns five years of recurrent drought and the COVID-19 pandemic have brought southern Madagascar to its knees, with hundreds of thousands of its inhabitants struggling to find enough food to eat.Lack of rain and poor harvest…

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South Africa Extends Coronavirus Restrictions as Cases Climb

South Africa’s president has extended restrictions as coronavirus infections affect more and more people — including, notably, the U.S. ambassador to South Africa, who announced this week she was recovering from the virus. President Cyril Ramaphosa sa…

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COVID-19 Kills Two Malawian Cabinet Members; President Declares State of National Disaster

Two ministers in the cabinet of Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera died Tuesday from COVID-19. The southern African country is dealing with a steep rise in cases, and in a televised address the president urged Malawians to take protective measures.Spe…

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