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HCM City to introduce digital papers

HCM City to introduce digital papers

Official documents on paper will be replaced by digital documents in HCM City from next year as part of a public administration review.

Smart traffic system proposed for HCM City streets

Smart traffic system proposed for HCM City streets

The HCM City administration has received a proposal from a US-based company to develop a smart transportation system using US$300 million borrowed from investment bank Morgan Stanley.

HCM City, France’s Lyon City partner in urban management

HCM City, France’s Lyon City partner in urban management

Ho Chi Minh City expects to have more urban management projects with Lyon City of France, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Tran Vinh Tuyen told visiting member of the Council of Lyon City Max Vincent during a reception on September 12.

HCM City approves draft for smart city project

HCM City approves draft for smart city project

HCM City’s steering committee for the smart city project hosted a meeting on September 9 to approve a draft plan of the project, which aims to develop the southern metropolis into a smart city.

HCM City attracts US investment

HCM City attracts US investment

Many US businesses have shown interest in investing in HCM City, Tran Vinh Tuyen, deputy chairman of the city People’s Committee, has said following a visit to the US at the head of a city delegation to promote trade and investment.

HCM City to boost economic ties with San Francisco

HCM City to boost economic ties with San Francisco

Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Tran Vinh Tuyen has met with Mayor of San Francisco to discuss the programme for economic cooperation by 2020 between the two cities.

Hong Kong investors see healthy growth in Vietnam

Hong Kong investors see healthy growth in Vietnam

VOV.VN - Hong Kong businesses outward foreign direct investment in Vietnam over the past 30 years tallies to an estimated US$6 billion dollars in roughly 1,000 ventures speakers told guests at a June 24 seminar in Ho Chi Minh City.