Update news Ca Mau
VietNamNet Bridge – The southernmost province of Ca Mau is expanding the farming area of acacia trees which offer high income for farmers.
VietNamNet Bridge – The southernmost province of Ca Mau, the country’s largest shrimp producer, plans to expand many of its sustainable farming models to fully exploit its potential.
VietNamNet Bridge – Dried fish making villages in the Mekong Delta are entering their peak production season ahead of Tet (Lunar New Year), which falls on February 5 this year.
VietNamNet Bridge – A famous dried-banana village in Tran Hoi Commune in Ca Mau Province is now entering its peak production season for Tet (Lunar New Year), which falls on February 5 this year.
VietNamNet Bridge – Despites efforts by authorities, pollution at industrial parks and clusters in the Mekong province of Ca Mau has risen to alarming levels, affecting the lives of local residents.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Mekong Delta Province of Ca Mau on Tuesday launched an inspection of arbitrary seafood farming and planting activities on its island.
The provincial People’s Court in the southernmost province of Ca Mau yesterday sentenced former head of Tran Van Thoi District’s Labour Department to 16 years in prison for stealing more than VND2 billion.
The government has instructed local authorities to evacuate people from landslide-stricken areas to safe places for resettlement. However, with hundreds of thousands of households affected by landslides, it has become a difficult task.
The Ca Mau Provincial People’s Court on Monday began the trial of seven people in the fisheries and banking sector for allegedly defrauding the government of more than VND1 trillion (US$44 million).
VietNamNet Bridge - Illegal logging continues even after the Prime Minister declared the closing of natural forests in June 2016.