|Minister of Construction receives delegation of MLIT of Japan|
|On June 15, at the headquarter of Ministry of Construction (MOC), Minister Trinh Dinh Dung received and welcomed Senator Kazuhiko Aoki – Vice Minister of Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan (MLIT).|
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung last Friday attended the groundbreaking ceremony of package CP1A – a major infrastructure work under the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park Development Project.
|Sumitomo Corporation spends USD 135 million to build industrial zone|
|Litchi makes inroads into France|
|Hanoi to host Vietnam AutoExpo 2015|
|Trade deficit reaches $3 billion|
Vietnam is one of the countries with a high proportion of people with disabilities. Thereby protecting and promoting the rights of disabled people is always priotized and reflected in State legal policies.
|Green buildings: the rising trend|
|WB to help Vietnam’s economic hub with greener transport|
|Vietnam pledges to promote the rights of persons with disabilities|
There has been a rising trend of Hanoians buying properties in central and southern provinces.
|PMH urged to dole out profits|
|Increased foreign home ownership in doubt|
|$952-million package to support homebuyers|
|Tenants seek fund ahead of tower sale|
Nick Ut, Tim Page and Peter Arnett recently met at a reunion during an exhibition of American photographer Catherine Karnow in HCM City.
Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industryestablished a public-private council to promote infrastructure export to Asian emerging markets mainly in energy sector. Some 40 private businesses including engineering and electronics firms and the public sector will together share information and explore cooperative businesses. One of the primary targets will be realization of thermal plant development in Indonesia.
Vietnam and Thailand have agreed to open a road route for travelers between from Thailand’s Nakhon Phanom and Vietnam’s central Ha Tinh Province.
Colourful flowers are in full bloom throughout Ha Giang northern province. Visitors coming to Ha Giang can enjoy the vivid pictures of beautiful flowers.
The Can Cau market is not as spacious as the markets found in Sa Pa Town or Bac Ha District, but it attracts people from all over due to the cultural diversity of the ethnic groups residing in the border region of Si Ma Cai District.
Ha Noi31°CFair night
Ho Chi Minh City27°CPartly cloudy
Da Nang29°CPartly cloudy