The next household Chairman Phong came over was wounded soldier Nguyen Thanh Tung in Tang Nhon Phu A Ward who has been affected by the Hi-Tech Park Project. Soldier Tung expressed his expectation to receive the resettlement land to settle down his life. … [Read more...] about HCMC Chairman visits residents effected by High-Tech Park on Tet holidays
As traditional power sources run out, the development of renewable energy infrastructure, including rooftop solar power, is crucial to providing enough power to Viet Nam's burgeoning needs. … [Read more...] about Authorities retain high prices to encourage rooftop solar
The launch of Lotus enhances the MIC's ambition of exceeding Facebook The Ministry of Information and Communications’ (MIC) announcement of the launch five local social networks in 2019, including the latest Lotus, shows Vietnam’s desire of escaping Facebook's stranglehold. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese social networks: what do they need to do to succeed?
It is likely that small players disappear progressively since larger companies can combine different services with each other to offer so-called one-stop shop types of services from door to door. This is important as it will further support the fact that manufacturers are now willing to outsource these logistic activities to focus on their core business. … [Read more...] about Prevailing in logistics through modern tech
Drought, saltwater intrusion loom in Vietnam's Mekong Delta The Mekong Delta plans to grow this year’s winter – spring rice crop early since drought and saltwater intrusion are forecast to be severe in the dry season starting at the end of this year. … [Read more...] about Saltwater intrusion in Mekong Delta to ease by April