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Vina T&T builds fresh coconut plant in Ben Tre

Vina T&T builds fresh coconut plant in Ben Tre

Vina T&T Import - Export Service Trading Co Ltd (Vina T&T Group) began the construction of a fresh coconut processing plant in Chau Thanh district, the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre, on November 25.

More captive bear sent to sanctuary

More captive bear sent to sanctuary

A Malayan bear which had been kept in a tourism site in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong was handed over to FOUR PAWS Viet on November 16.

Last captive bear in Ben Tre moved to sanctuary

Last captive bear in Ben Tre moved to sanctuary

FOUR PAWS Viet on November 15 received an Asiatic black bear named Trang, the last bear kept in private farm in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre, putting an end to bear bile farming in the province.

Ben Tre opens fruit, veg supply depot

Ben Tre opens fruit, veg supply depot

Wholesaler Mega Market Vietnam (MM) on October 31 launched its first fruit depot in Ben Tre province to supply quality fruits and vegetables for both export and local markets.

Ben Tre calls for more investment in agriculture

Ben Tre calls for more investment in agriculture

Calling for investment in agriculture to optimise the potential and strengths of the locality is a priority of the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre, said Cao Van Trong, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee at a conference promoting investment to the sector on September 18.

Rice exports set to go up on increasing demand

Rice exports set to go up on increasing demand

Vietnam’s rice exports are expected to rise in the remaining months of the year thanks to increasing demand in many markets, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Ben Tre: man prosecuted for anti-State activity

Ben Tre: man prosecuted for anti-State activity

The Investigation Police Agency of Ben Tre province’s police department has started criminal proceedings against a man for “making, storing, releasing, and circulating information and documents” against the State.

Contest seeks startup initiatives in high-tech agriculture

Contest seeks startup initiatives in high-tech agriculture

An annual contest on innovation in agricultural production with high-tech for startups and innovative projects has been announced by the Centre for Business Incubation of Agricultural High Technology in Ho Chi Minh City (AHBI).

Religions promote role in environmental protection, humanitarian aid

Religions promote role in environmental protection, humanitarian aid

The Standing Board of the Vietnam Fatherland Front’s (VFF) Central Committee and the Nordic Assistance to Vietnam- Norwegian Church Aid co-organised a training course in Ho Chi Minh City on August 10, focusing on the Humanitarian Charter and other criteria of humanitarian aid for religious dignitaries and followers.

VND15 trillion for urgent transport projects

VND15 trillion for urgent transport projects

A budget of VND15 trillion (US$645 million) will be spent on 14 urgent transport projects during the 2016-2020 period under the Standing Committee of 14th National Assembly’s Resolution No.566/NQ-UBTVQG14.

Ben Tre’s long-haired army honoured

Ben Tre’s long-haired army honoured

Southern Ben Tre province on August 6 received the “Hero of the People’s Armed Forces” title for the Women’s Liberation Association – Long-Haired Army, the name of an all-female armed force during the resistance war against the US.

Retired engineer helps build community bridges

Retired engineer helps build community bridges

VOV.VN - Ben Tre is considered one of the leading provinces in the Mekong Delta region to eliminate makeshift bridges thanks to the great contribution by Trinh Van Y, Chairman of Ben Tre province’s Bridge and Road Science and Technology Association.

Religions actively participate in environmental protection

Religions actively participate in environmental protection

Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Ngo Sach Thuc highlighted the role of religions in protecting the environment and responding to climate change at a conference in Ho Chi Minh City on May 31.