Hanoi Times – Over the past few years, Hanoi has attracted nearly 600 investment projects in all sectors. Many projects have the total investment of more than USD 10 billion each. Here are some important projects that are operating in Hanoi. SATO VIETNAM Sato Vietnam is 100% Japanese-owned company, located at Plot B2 Thang Long Industrial Park – Dong Anh district – Hanoi (about 15 km from Hanoi city). The company is a pioneer in introducing one of the first hand-held labelers and operates as an international supplier of labeling machinery. Sato developed the world’s first thermal transfer barcode printers and became the leader in introducing the technology to the market. The project was approved on September 6th 2004 with the duration of 43 years and the total investment of US$ 11,666,000 including the legal capital of US$ 6,500,000 and US$ 5,166,000 of loan. YAMAHA MOTOR PARTS MANUFACTURING Yamaha Motor Parts Manufacturing is a foreign company with 100% … [Read more...] about On-going projects (part 1) – On-going projects – Investment
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI - The first Moto HappyLand Championships 2016 will begin on HappyLand motorcycle course in the southern province of Long An on October 23. Participants will take part in three categories: 110cc, 150cc and 200cc-1000cc. HappyLand motorcycle course is a 139,000sq.m course, Việt Nam's first international standard motorsport and automotive track. The event aims to provide a safe and professional area for Việt Nam's motorsport community and select talented athletes for regional and international tournaments. The event is organised by the Việt Nam Motor-Bicycle Sports Federation and the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism. - VNS … [Read more...] about Motorcycle champs in Long An
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI - The National Off Road Cycling Tournament for amateurs, Việt Nam MTB Series, is scheduled to kick off on August 14 in the National Culture History Park in HCM City. The event will attract the participation of more than 150 cyclists from 30 teams across the country. Cyclists will take part in six events in the two age groups of 19-40 and 41-50. "Although it is a tournament for amateurs, it draws many competing groups. The event will be held professionally in the near future," said Ngô Quang Vinh, deputy chairman of the Việt Nam Cycling and Motor Sport Federation. The event has a total prize of VNĐ100 million (US$4,500). - VNS … [Read more...] about Amateur off road tournament coming
PANO – The Vietnamese physical training and sports sector has gained many encouraging achievements since the national reunification in 1975, especially since the implementation of the “Doi moi” (Renewal) process. Physical training and sports movements hlep not only pocket more medals and certificates in international sports events but also to raise people’s awareness of cultural environment and healthy life-style. Marking the sector’s 70th traditional Day (March 27th), Vietnamese people recalled the statement of President Ho Chi Minh: “Strong people keep the country prosperous”. Over the past time, generations of coaches, athletes and all staff of sports sector and people interested in sports in general have made considerable contributions to the development of the country’s sports sector. Troops in Commando Battalion 2012, Military Zone 9 training martial arts A competition at the Vovinam (Vietnamese Martial Arts) Championships … [Read more...] about Glory Vietnam’s sports!
VietNamNet Bridge – The bridges of Long Bien, Truong Tien, Mongolia and others are not only transport routes but part of Vietnam’s history and the lives of the Vietnamese people. The bridge was built by Japanese traders in the 17th century. In 1653, a Buddhist temple was built on the bridge. Since then the bridge has been called “Chua Cau” (Bridge Pagoda). The bridge was rebuilt in 1817. Thanh Toan tile bridge (Thua Thien – Hue): The wooden bridge spanning the canal of Thanh Thuy Chanh village, in Thuy Thanh Commune, Thua Thien – Hue province, is a rare and precious work of high artistic value. Pha Le … [Read more...] about The century-old bridges in Vietnam