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ADB supports Vietnam, DMCs to cope with COVID-19

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has announced US$ 6.5 billion initial response package to support Viet Nam and other developing member countries (DMCs) to deal with COVID-19 pandemic.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has just announced $ 6.5 billion initial response package to meet the immediate needs of developing member countries when they deal with the pandemic that is caused by a coronavirus (Covid-19).

“This pandemic has become a major global crisis. It requires forceful action at national, regional, and global levels,” said ADB President Masatsugu Asakawa.

“With our developing member countries, we are formulating an aggressive set of actions to combat the pandemic, to protect the poor, the vulnerable, and wider populations across the region and to ensure economies will rebound as swiftly as possible. Basing on a close dialogue with members and similar donor institutions, we deploy this $ 6.5 billion relief package to meet the urgent needs of our members, “Mr Masatsugu Asakawa stated.

The ADB President underlined that ADB stands ready to provide further financial assistance and policy advice down the road whenever the situation warrants on top of the US$ 6.5 billion packages.

The initial package includes about US$3.6 billion in sovereign operations for a range of responses to the health and economic consequences of the pandemic, and US$ 1.6 billion in non-sovereign operations for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises, domestic and regional trade, and firms directly impacted.

ADB said it will also mobilize about one billion dollars in concessional resources through reallocations from ongoing projects and assessing possible needs for contingencies. ADB will make available US$ 40 million in technical assistance and quick-disbursing grants.

Since its first COVID-19 response on February 7, ADB has already provided more than US$ 225 million to meet the urgent needs of both governments and businesses in DMCs.

 

 

How to create a business card with Microsoft Word for amateurs

You want to create a template for your own business card but don’t know how to design it? Let Microsoft Word help you.

Usually if you want to create a professional business card template, people often use specialized software like InDesign or Photoshop. However, if you are an amateur and simply want to quickly create a business card template for immediate use, the Microsoft Office application in Microsoft Office can help.

This article will guide you how to use Word in Microsoft Office to quickly design a business card template for immediate use without having to know too much about the design, we invite readers to consult.

Use the template available in Microsoft Word

Step 1: Open the Word application and enter the keyword “Business Cards” into the search box.

Step 2: The list of business card templates that Microsoft provides will appear. When selecting a satisfactory business card template, click on it.

Step 3: The info window about the business card template will appear, click Create to start editing it.

Step 4: The new Word window opens with the business card section you choose to appear inside. Now your job is simply to edit the information displayed.

Quickly create a business card template with Microsoft Word

In case if you feel that the business card templates that Microsoft offers don’t satisfy you, you can create a small business card by the following way.

Create a new Word document.

Click the “Insert” tab> Table.

Table menu appears, select the table with the size of 2 horizontal cells and 04 vertical cells (2×4). You can also choose any cell size but 2×4 will usually be more suitable for the page.

The selected panel will appear in Word, now drag the mouse to the corner of the edge and right-click the newly displayed cross-shaped icon, select Table Properties.

The setting window of the Table Properties option appears, select Center in the Alignment section for the business cards to be at the center on the page.

Continue to switch to the Row tab, check the “Specify height” option and set the information as shown. This will be the parameter of the height of the row.

Click on the Column tab and set as image to customize the height.

Although it has been set up, but it seems to be quite large, we will continue to adjust it again.

By clicking on the Layout> Margins tab and selecting Narrow.

That’s it, now you simply enter your contact information into the “business card” and print it out again.