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Child abuse case causes public outrage

VietNamNet Bridge – A recent incident in Binh Duong Province in which a four-year-old girl was beaten brutally by her mother and stepfather has stirred public response on the issue of child abuse in Viet Nam once again.

Many workers live in substandard rooms

 VietNamNet Bridge – Arranging accommodation for workers is a growing headache for HCM City, Dong Nai and Binh Duong provinces which have more than 70 industrial zones with about 1.8 million workers.

Binh Duong’s village boasts distinguished lacquer products

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tuong Binh Hiep Village in the southern province of Binh Duong has become well-known for its lacquer items, markedly different from craft products made by other localities in the country.

Binh Duong win third V-League title

VietNamNet Bridge – Becamex Binh Duong became champions of the V-League with one match in hand after a 3-1 win over host Dong Tam Long An yesterday, Aug 3, at Tan An Stadium.

Worker dissatisfaction blamed for riots

 VietNamNet Bridge – Poor industrial relations may have contributed to the riots in Binh Duong in May, according to research conducted by the Project for Promoting Sustainable Compliance in Viet Nam.

Province tackles waste treatment

VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai has inspected environmental protection measures put in place, particularly in handling waste treatment, in the southern province of Binh Duong.

Water weed fights back in Binh Duong

VietNamNet Bridge – Authorities in the southern province of Binh Duong have spent more than a billion dong to remove water hyacinth from canals and rivers, but the weed appears to be one step ahead of them.

Polluting brick kilns in Binh Duong closed

 VietNamNet Bridge – The authorities of the southern province of Binh Duong are shutting down all 142 brick kilns using outdated technology this month to prevent air pollution.

Teams battle for semi-final places in Cup draw

 VietNamNet Bridge – A goal from Senegalese striker Abass Cheikh Dieng helped Binh Duong edge out Da Nang 2-1 in the quarter-final of National Football Cup yesterday, June 8.


 Taiwanese firms stay put; Foreign invested companies resume business operations; Corporate governance below average in VN; Pepper exports to break annual record; Investors retain confidence in Vietnamese market

Binh Duong rioters put in jail

 VietNamNet Bridge – The People’s Court of Di An Commune in the southern province of Binh Duong on June 5 imprisoned three offenders who took advantage of the recent protests against China’s illegal actions in Vietnam’s waters


Binh Duong remains attractive destination for FDI; BOT highway projects attract investors; Da Nang port to launch IPO in June; King Riches breaks ground on second facility;

For firms hit by rioting, it's back to business as usual

 A representative from the Hong Kong Business Association was positive yesterday about Government efforts to restore business confidence after the recent rioting.

60,000 workers affected after by Binh Duong riots

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Social Insurance Agency of Binh Duong Province has found itself having to pay social benefits to a record number of workers.

260 prosecuted for destroying factories in Binh Duong

 VietNamNet Bridge - For the first time, the police of Binh Duong Province have found themselves handling a case with hundreds of suspects, who are expected to be put on trial as soon as possible.


 92.5 percent of riot-hit firms in Binh Duong reopen; Vietnam’s sole oil refinery closed for full maintenance; Banks slash salaries and cut jobs; Mekong Delta agriculture fails to live up to potential

PM instructs urgent support for foreign firms after riots

 VietNamNet Bridge - Businesses affected by the disturbances in Ha Tinh, Binh Duong and Dong Nai will have their taxes and land rents waived, reduced or deferred, and receive other assistance, at the request of PM Nguyen Tan Dung.

Binh Duong to give workers $35 million in aid after riots

VietNamNet Bridge – The Social Insurance Bureau of Binh Duong Province plans to spend VND700 billion (nearly $35 million) to support the tens of thousands of workers affected in the recent disturbances at its industrial zones.

More prosecuted for public order disruption at Dong Nai IZs

The People’s Procuracy in Nhon Trach and Trang Bom district and Bien Hoa city, in Dong Nai, approved the decision to prosecute two additional public disorder cases, with an additional 39 defendants prosecuted and temporarily detained.

Vietnam remains attractive and friendly in foreign investors’ eyes

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign investors say they consider the riots triggered by disruptive elements some days ago to be unfortunate incidents, but affirm that they do not intend to leave Vietnam, which they still find “attractive” and “friendly”.