HANOI/BEIJING, March 27 Kyodo (EDS: ADDING CHINESE NAVY REACTION IN 3RD GRAF) Chinese vessels gave chase and fired at a Vietnamese fishing boat in disputed waters in the South China Sea, prompting a protest and a demand for compensation from the Vietnamese government, Vietnamese state media said Tuesday.
What does VIE stand for?
VIE stands for Vietnamese (language)
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- Military and Government
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We have 37 other meanings of VIE in our Acronym Attic
- Videncenter for Didaktisk Udvikling (Danish: Knowledge Center for Teaching Development; Denmark)
- Vancouver Injection Drug Users Study (Canada)
- Vienna Dynamic Index
- Vacuum Insulated Evaporator
- Vance Integral Edition (complete works of author Jack Vance)
- Variable Interest Entity (US Financial Accounting Standards Board)
- Very Important Event
- Veterinary Informatics and Epidemiology
- Vienna, Austria - Schwechat (Airport Code)
- Vietnam Institute of Economics
- Virgin Interactive Entertainment
- Virtual Integration Exercise
- Virtual Integration Experiment
- Visual Information Engineering (International Conference)
- Volontariat International en Enteprise (French)
- Volume Integral Equation
- Voluntary Import Expansion
- Vacancy Ion-Exclusion Chromatography (chemistry)
- Valve Instrument Equipment and Connector
- Vancouver Island Energy Corporation (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
What hasn't been widely publicized, however, are the Katrina-related ordeals of Vietnamese Americans, another socio-economically disadvantaged population along the Gulf Coast.
On 27 April 1972, two Navy F-4 Phantoms from Fighter Squadron (VF) 51 based on board Coral Sea (CVA 43) were intercepting a MiG deep in North Vietnamese territory near the town of Bai Thuong.
Ho Chi Minh, a Vietnamese nationalist (supporter of independent nationhood), petitions for Vietnamese self-determination.
Over the next twenty years, the Khmers maintained an uneasy alliance with Vietnamese troops in a civil war against Sihanouk and his successor, Lon Nol, that was marked by barbarism on both sides.
I was twenty years old in 1975 when Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese, and because I had served in the military police force for the South Vietnamese government, I was placed in a reeducation camp, where I stayed for almost a year.