Viet Nam News July 27 is National War Martyrs and Invalids Day, providing an opportunity to thank millions of people who sacrificed their youth and even their lives for the nation. Việt Nam News reporters Thu Trang and Khánh Dương talked to four heros who overcome their disabilities to run businesses and make positive contributions to society in the post-war period. I retired from the Long Khánh Town Police in 1990 and in 1997 I founded a transport enterprise in Xuân Lộc District, Đồng Nai Province. My enterprise gradually developed and in 2007 it was upgraded into the Châu Lộc Khánh Co Ltd with the charter capital of VNĐ8 billion (US$355,500). The company transports building material, for instance, for the K4 irrigation dam in Xuân Lộc District, the Hà Tiên Seaside in Kiên Giang southern province, the Đắk Tích K hydroelectric dam in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Nông, and public construction works in the new rural development programme of Xuân Lộc District and Long Khánh Town. My company created jobs for 85 people in the province, with average salaries of VNĐ7 million (US$310) per month. I usually do charity work by building houses for poor people, contributing to…
- Daily Business Report-Sept. 25, 2019, San Diego Metro Magazine
- Elderly homeless population on the rise, local agencies report
- Alabama Marine lost his leg in Iraq and his life to painkillers
War veterans who turned disability into ability have 239 words, post on at July 24, 2016. This is cached page on Technology Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.