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Ca Mau strives to speed up ODA projects

Ca Mau strives to speed up ODA projects

The Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau has sought measures to hasten the progress of projects using official development assistance (ODA) capital in the locality.

Binh Duong waste treatment complex put into use

Binh Duong waste treatment complex put into use

The Binh Duong waste treatment complex, the second stage, was put into use in Ben Cat town, the southern province of Binh Duong on January 10 after 18 months of construction, four months ahead of schedule.

PM approves Quang Binh solar power project adjustments

PM approves Quang Binh solar power project adjustments

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved adjustments to the solar power project in the central province of Quang Binh, which is funded by the Republic of Korea’s official development assistance.

PM gives nod to sustainable green growth project

PM gives nod to sustainable green growth project

The Prime Minister has approved a project on social objectives in sustainable green growth in Vietnam, using the non-refundable official development assistance (ODA) from the German government.

Gov’t seeks OK on highway, airport

Gov’t seeks OK on highway, airport

The Government has asked the National Assembly to consider a number of projects with a total investment capital of more than US$66 billion.

Kon Tum, Champasak boost cooperation

Kon Tum, Champasak boost cooperation

The Central Highlands province of Kon Tum and Laos’ southern province of Champassak held a high-level dialogue in Kon Tum city on September 30 to discuss measures to boost bilateral cooperation.

Rise of yen behind ACV losses

Rise of yen behind ACV losses

The Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) incurred losses of VND1.37 trillion (US$60.8 million) due to the sharp increase in the value of the Japanese yen.

Vietnam can only afford half of spending planned for 2016-20

Vietnam can only afford half of spending planned for 2016-20

The Vietnamese government will need twice as much as it can afford when it comes to spending in the next five years, the Ministry of Planning and Investment has said, raising the eyebrows of lawmaking National Assembly members.