VOV.VN - For many decades, Thai Binh province has been a major granary of the Red River Delta with 70% of its population involved in agricultural production. Now, the province continues to lead in the new-style rural development movement with solutions compared as breakthroughs to create comprehensive changes for the local agricultural sector.
Over 1,500 delegates, including Government, ministry, sector and locality leaders, representatives from international organizations and diplomatic agencies, investors, and businesses are expected to attend the conference “Hanoi 2018- Cooperation, Investment and Development”.
The Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, in collaboration with the United Nations in Vietnam, held a meeting in Hanoi on May 20 in response to Vietnam’s Natural Disaster Prevention and Control Day (May 22) with the theme “Joining hands for a society safe from natural disasters.”
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc had a dialogue in Ha Nam on May 20 with nearly 1,000 workers at industrial zones (IZ) in the Red River Delta.
A grand ceremony was held on April 24 in Hoa Lu district, the Red River Delta province of Ninh Binh, to celebrate 1,050 years of the establishment of Dai Co Viet, the first centralized feudal state of Vietnam.
About 600 people registered to donate their blood at a programme held in the Red River Delta province of Thai Binh on April 7, in response to Vietnam’s Blood Donation Day.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a project to build a coastal road in the Red River Delta province of Thai Binh.
The number of well-performing businesses in the Mekong Delta increased with higher revenues and profits in 2017, according to a survey recently announced by the Can Tho city chapter of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Spiritual tourism has become an indispensable part in spiritual life for many people. However, currently spiritual tourism is only popular during special occasions like during the spring festival. To tap the sector’s potential, it’s necessary to develop more activities to create a complete tourism product.
VOV.VN - Despite the rapid pace of urbanization, Hang market in Hai Phong city retains the typical feature of a rural market on the Red River Delta.
The public investment restructuring scheme in 2017-20 will focus on core sectors of the economy and major projects that give impetus to socio-economic development and promote public and foreign investments under public-private partnership (PPP) practice.
About VND31.4 trillion (US$1.38 billion) was used in building new-style rural areas in 2017, heard a conference held by the Central Coordination Office on New Rural Development on January 8.
Sedge mats made by Xuan Duc village in the Red River Delta province of Nam Dinh have been in presence of Vietnamese people lives throughout the course of history. However, the craft of making sedge mats in the village is on verge of extinction within the competitive, ever-changing market.
Three out of water supply projects using loans from the World Bank (WB) have been put into operation in Hanoi.
As many as 2,884 communes or 32.3% of communes nationwide were recognised as new-style rural areas by the end of November 2017, surpassing the target of at least 31%.
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has asked leaders of the Red River Delta province of Thai Binh to take measures to effectively implement its socio-economic development plan in 2018.
VOV.VN - Green works are construction projects that offer energy and materials efficiency, minimal environmental impact, and maximal user friendliness. They have become a global trend in sustainable development to which climate change is a looming challenge.
The use of pesticides and chemical fertiliser in farming and the discharge of solid waste from craft villages and households are the main causes of rural environmental pollution, which has become more severe recently in a country with nearly 67% of the population living in rural areas.
VOV.VN - The Ha Nam Province People’s Committee declared a state of emergency on Thursday, August 3, to deal with a growing outbreak of dengue fever, spread by infected mosquitoes, with 100 cases confirmed year-to-date.
As northern Vietnam grapples with high fertility rates, the opposite problem is faced by the country’s southern provinces and cities, where more and more women are reluctant to have children.