|Deputy Minister meeting with Japanese Consultant|
|On May 20, at the headquarter of the Ministry of Construction (MOC), Deputy Minister Le Quang Hung had a meeting and working with the Japanese delegation led by Mr Kentaro Sakata (Kawasaki Company). The content of meeting related to the application of solid waste application as raw material Input for cement plants in Vietnam.|
The construction ministry has proposed that the government should revoke more than 260 projects in some coastal areas.
|PM pushes for SOE privatisation|
|Danang tops PCI 2014 ranking|
|Poland seeks to expand Viet Nam market share|
|SCIC posts Q1 earnings of $39m|
A landslide occurred early today in Can Tho Citys Cai Rang District, sweeping away three houses and more than 50m of a road into the River Can Tho.
|Military parade to mark Vietnam Liberation Day|
|Haiphong reports first A/H1N1 case of 2015|
|Social media begin to have a voice in Vietnam|
|Vietnam wants to build world’s highest TV tower|
HBI Joint Stock Company last week signed co-operation agreements with a range of prestigious partners to co-develop the Imperia Garden complex in Hanoi.
|Savills, Vinaliving launch second phase of The Point|
|Real estate company to double its charter capital|
|Lack of housing delays site clearance|
|More foreign investors eyeing real estate|
Nick Ut, Tim Page and Peter Arnett recently met at a reunion during an exhibition of American photographer Catherine Karnow in HCM City.
|Nam breezes through in Indonesia|
|Hoang Anh Gia Lai fall back following defeat to Nghe An|
|Lan Khue named as potential Miss World’s candidate|
|2018 FIFA World Cup: Asian draw announced|
Viet Nam expects to lower its software piracy rate to 75 per cent in the coming period, according to an official of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
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.
|A stream of myths|
|Community tourism takes root in Lao Cai|
|Sightseeing tour in Co Co River|
|Dak Nong volcanic caves become new tourist attraction|
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 Noi37°CFair day
Ho Chi Minh City35°CPartly cloudy
Da Nang35°CPartly cloudy