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HO CHI MINH CITY, Sept. 1 (Xinhua) -- Natural disasters, especially three storms, between January and August in Vietnam left 90 people dead or missing, and injured 223 others, the country's Agriculture and Rural Development said Thursday.

The disasters also destroyed over 1,600 houses, damaged 81,800 others; seriously damaged 200,300 hectares of paddy rice, 49,700 hectares of other crops, and 18,800 hectares of aquaculture ponds; and killed 36,000 cattle, 198,000 fowls and over 854 tons of seafood.

In the first eight months of this year, 243,500 households with over 1 million people suffered from between-crop hunger, up 14 percent against the same period last year, said the ministry. Meanwhile, they were given 16,000 tons of food and some 600 million Vietnamese dong (27,000 U.S. dollars) for assistance.

SYDNEY, Aug. 26 (Xinhua) -- A host of Australian companies are increasingly using Alibaba and reaching out to a growing, well-healed number of middle-class Chinese, who have a penchant for Aussie supplements, food and cosmetics products.

Chemist Warehouse chief operating officer Mario Tascone, which operates an online store on Alibaba's shopping site called Tmall, told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Friday that any type of product in the health and nutrition sphere is very desirable in China, especially among the nation's thriving middle class.

Chemist Warehouse sells a variety of vitamins, cosmetics and health products on Tmall, and has reached a record of 2 million Australian dollars (1.53 million U.S. dollars) in sales within the first 46 minutes of trade on China's singles' day on Nov. 11.

"We don't look at promoting brands that are going to be popular in China and second guess what the Chinese market does," said Tascone.

Alibaba, which Forbes say is worth 157.7 billion U.S. dollars, is set to open its first Australian office in Melbourne this year.

To date the conglomerate has already formed partnerships with Woolworths and in May 2015 it signed a deal with Australia Post to connect Australian consumers with Chinese manufacturers while at the same time boosting Chinese consumption of Australian products.

Demand for Australian products has also been spurred by the rise of 'daigou' or buying agents, effectively a Chinese person overseas who purchases goods for a customer back home in China.

Tascone said the company had seen a rise in tourists buying stock off shelves because of the lower price.

"The future for us is making sure we can co-exist in China and get products to that market but, all the while, making sure w.

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