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Largest volcanic cavern system discovered in Dak Nong

Largest volcanic cavern system discovered in Dak Nong

(VOV) - The General Department of Geology and Minerals and the Japan Caving Association on December 26 held a press conference to announce the finding of a volcanic cavern system in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong.

Largest statue of Buddha inaugurated in Vinh Phuc

Largest statue of Buddha inaugurated in Vinh Phuc

After years of crafting and positioning, the largest jade statue of Buddha in Vietnam has officially been unveiled at the Truc Lam Tay Thien Zen Monastery in Tam Dao district, the northern province of Vinh Phuc.

HCMC to host Vietnam’s largest tennis tourney

HCMC to host Vietnam’s largest tennis tourney

The 2012 Men’s Futures – Cup Tanimex, a professional tennis tourney of the International Tennis Federation, will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from April 2-22, attracting more than 280 players from 52 countries and territories.

Doosan Vina produces world’s largest desalinators

Doosan Vina produces world’s largest desalinators

The Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam (Doosan Vina) company is manufacturing the world’s largest desalinators under a US$1.46 billion project signed between Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction and the Saudi Arabian government.

Largest port city targets sustainable growth

Da Nang is conducting a pre-feasibility study on bus rapid transit (BRT) systems as part of a US$300 million project funded by the World Bank to help it grow in a sustainable way.

HCM City to host largest int’l telecom, IT expo

The 2010 international and conference on telecom, IT, Internet and electronics, which will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from November 17-20, is considered to be the ever largest event and most prestigious of its kind in Vietnam.

US is Vietnam’s largest consumer market

US is Vietnam’s largest consumer market

Two-way trade between Vietnam and the US in the first quarter of this year hit a record high compared to the same period of previous years, according to the Customs Department’s statistics.