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Processors gain right to label “Binh Phuoc” cashew products

Processors gain right to label "Binh Phuoc" cashew products

Four cashew processors have been given the right to use the geographical indication (GI) of “Binh Phuoc” for their cashew products, in a move to help them prove the legitimacy of their products originating from the southern cashew hub of Vietnam.

Six more solar power projects licensed in Binh Phuoc

Six more solar power projects licensed in Binh Phuoc

The Government has approved an additional six solar power projects with a combined capacity of 850 MWp in Binh Phuoc, raising the total solar energy capacity of the southern province to the highest in the country.

Conference looks to improve cashew processing quality

Conference looks to improve cashew processing quality

Advanced technology application is put at the first line of solutions to improving the quality of cashew processing, heard a conference held in the southern province of Binh Phuoc on December 14.

Dutch firm helps Binh Phuoc promote sustainable peppercorn production

Dutch firm helps Binh Phuoc promote sustainable peppercorn production

Vice Chairman of the Binh Phuoc province People’s Committee Huynh Anh Minh had a working session with representatives from Nedspice Vietnam, a spice processing firm of the Netherlands, on enhancing cooperation in trade promotion and the sustainable production of the locality’s pepper products.

Pinpeat orchestra revived at school

Pinpeat orchestra revived at school

The pinpeat orchestra is considered a valuable asset of the Khmer people in the southern province of Binh Phuoc in particular, as well as those in the southern region more generally. However, the piece of musical heritage is on the edge of falling into oblivion.

The Stieng wedding custom of “repaying duty”

The Stieng wedding custom of "repaying duty"

VOV.VN - The Stieng live mainly in Binh Phuoc province together with other ethnic groups. They have retained many of their traditional customs including the wedding custom of “repaying duty”.

NA Standing Committee’s 28th session closes

NA Standing Committee’s 28th session closes

The 28th session of the National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee wrapped up on October 17 after three days of sitting, reaching several decisions on a number of important issues.

More plans needed to put billion-dollar projects into action

More plans needed to put billion-dollar projects into action

Many provinces and cities have licensed projects worth billions of US dollars through their investment forums this year. But experts said the key issue remains how to push these projects from the planning to the action stage.

Vietnam-Japan Youth Exchange gets underway in Binh Phuoc

Vietnam-Japan Youth Exchange gets underway in Binh Phuoc

VOV.VN - The third Vietnam-Japan Youth Exchange is being held in Dong Xoai town in Binh Phuoc province from August 22-26 with a wide range of activities, in the aim of tightening the ties of friendship between the two countries and their youth.

PM Phuc visits Army Corps 16 in Binh Phuoc

PM Phuc visits Army Corps 16 in Binh Phuoc

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has commended Army Corps 16 under the Ministry of Defence on its role in local socio-economic development and defence-security maintenance during his visit to the military corps in the southeast province of Binh Phuoc on August 20.

Binh Phuoc urged to improve business climate

Binh Phuoc urged to improve business climate

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc urged the southern province of Binh Phuoc to continue improving business climate and removing bottlenecks for investors, while attending an investment promotion conference in the locality on August 20.

Cashew businesses lack capital, materials

Cashew businesses lack capital, materials

In the first half of this year, 600-700 small cashew processing factories have closed due to a lack of raw materials and capital for production, causing a headache for the sector to achieve the export goal of US$3.5 billion set for this year.