(VOV) - Vietnamese and Chinese scholars have examined ways to increase cooperation between the two countries’ localities in the Red River basin.
Vietnam should early complete the feasibility study into the North-South high-speed railway construction project and submit it to the National Assembly for approval in 2013.
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is finalizing a list of 14 key infrastructure projects suitable for foreign investment, worth billions of US dollars.
Vietnam and the Republic of Korea have agreed to increase dialogue and multifaceted cooperation, especially in diplomacy, national defence, and security, as well as in economics, trade and investment.
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) aims to put into use more than 30 key projects this year in an effort to make a breakthrough in transport infrastructure development.
Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang held talks with French Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing, Thierry Mariani, in Hanoi on January 13.
Vietnam and Cambodia have made new breakthroughs in road, water, and air transport cooperation.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong will pay an official visit to China from October 11-15 aimed at further promote the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries. VOV gives a deep insight into bilateral ties in recent years.
The People's Committee has approved a bus development project aimed at getting 3.62 million people to travel via bus daily by 2020. The present figure is about one million.
Hanoi’s ODA disbursement is estimated to reach nearly VND489 billion in the first four months of the year, fulfilling 181 percent of the set target, according to Hanoi’s Department of Planning and Investment.
The Tokyo Metro Group is ready to assist Hanoi to manage a railway network and provide training courses for its staff.
The Association of Civil Mechanic and Material Engineering (GCMM) and the Network of Vietnamese Scientists and Experts in Paris (RSE) held a conference on urban construction in Paris on November 17-18.
A new railway bridge across the Red River will be built to relieve the burden for Long Bien bridge, which is too old to meet requirements of national and urban railway transportation.
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan will pay a two-day official visit to Vietnam on October 30-31 to attend the ASEAN Summit.
Heavy rain and floods have made thousands of people in the central region homeless as thousands of houses are under water.