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Dutch King Reveals He Secretly Piloted KLM Passenger Flights For 21 Years


“For me the most important thing is that I have a hobby for which I need to concentrate completely,” he said.
“You have an aircraft, passengers and crew. You have responsibility for them. You can’t take your problems from the ground into the skies. You can completely disengage and concentrate on something else. That, for me, is the most relaxing part of flying,” he said.

FrieslandCampina Strengthens Partnership With Facebook


Today FrieslandCampina and Facebook announced the signing of their letter of intent for a partnership, expanding their collaboration in exploring close, personal and relevant connections with families and farmers around the world through mobile.

CSR Policy FrieslandCampina Based On Sustainable Development Goals Of United Nations


The year 2016 saw the launch of the updated FrieslandCampina strategy route2020 guided by nourishing by nature: better nutrition for the world, a good living for our farmers, now and for generations to come. Last year, nourishing by nature was a clear guideline in achieving the sustainability objectives, fitting in well with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations…

Air France KLM Vietnam and Nuffic Neso Vietnam Cooperation in 2017


Nuffic Neso Vietnam and Air France KLM Vietnam ha​ve​ signed an official partnership agreement​ on ​May 10 at the Dutch Consulate General. The partnership aims to ​give access to cheaper flight for Vietnamese students ​flying to Schiphol for their studies​. The terms of agreement include​s​ one round trip ticket for Orange Tulip scholarship Awardee, discount flight tickets for Vietnamese students to the Netherlands in the ​academic year ​2017-2018. The ceremony was held in ​the ​presence of ​​the​ Dutch​ Consul General​ Simon van der Burg.

Royal HaskoningDHV Takes Lead On Rotterdam Rain Radar Data Project


Rotterdam remains at the forefront of climate adaptation following the engagement of a Royal HaskoningDHV-led Smart Water team. The team is assigned to improve the accessibility of data gathered by the city’s Rain Radar, enabling end-users such as traffic information systems and pumping stations to response proactively to extreme weather events.

What You Should Know About The Recent Legislation Update On Compulsory Insurance In Vietnam


Vietnam has improvised revisions in the contribution of compulsory insurance as below. Common Based Minimum Salary: The new common based minimum salary will be increased from VND 1,210,000 to VND 1,300,000 per month with effective from 1 July 2017. As a result, maximum salary for contribution of compulsory social and medical insurance will be increased from VND 24,200,000 to VND 26,000,000 per month.