Update news HCM City news
With the collection of road and sidewalk usage fees scheduled to begin on January 1, 2024, Ho Chi Minh City estimates that it can collect close to 800 billion VND (32.89 million USD) annually, serving the upkeep of these facilities.
The Ho Chi Minh City will spend 700 billion VND (28.6 million USD) on building the second blood bank as the city's first establishment, located at the Blood Transfusion and Hematology Hospital, has become overloaded.
HCM City, in accordance with its master urban plan, will promote investment in residential and agricultural infrastructure to serve agricultural production.
The HCMC People’s Council approved in principle 87 state-funded projects worth a combined VND39 trillion at yesterday’s session on the implementation of the National Assembly’s Resolution 98 on special mechanisms and policies for the city.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council has officially approved the establishment of a Department of Food Safety in the city, the first such provincial-level agency in the country.
Study of new technologies is underway in Ho Chi Minh City to complete its transport system, and ease traffic congestion that has plagued the southern hub for a long time.
Ho Chi Minh City has decided to spend over 7 trillion VND (304 million USD) from its budget on infrastructure and equipment of health care units under the mid-term public investment plans for the 2021-2025 and 2025-2030 periods.
There are about 60,000 tonnes of waste disposed of each day in Vietnam, only 15 percent of which is collected, recycled, or reused.
HCMC is set to collect fees for roadside and sidewalk usage from early next year as reported by local media.
Construction of a 3.5km-long section of HCM City’s Ring Road No. 2 project will cost nearly VNĐ9.9 trillion (US$405 million) from the State budget.
Experts and executives from global heavyweights were gathering at the "CEO 100 Tea Connect" meeting in HCM City on Thursday to give local authorities advice on green growth policies.
The conference themed “University education and some implementation results of Resolution No.29-NQ/TW, action plan No.46- CTrHD/TU in Ho Chi Minh City” took place yesterday.
Binh Chanh District in HCM City has proposed to open a night street in Trung Son Residential Area to develop tourism.
HCM City authorities plan to allocate an additional 550 hectares of land to build social housing as part of its effort to build 93,000 social housing units by 2030.
The combination of lower costs and highly skilled doctors is one of the reasons why an increasing number of foreigners and Vietnamese expatriates are seeking medical care in Vietnam.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Health informed that enterovirus and adenovirus were identified to cause pink eye in the city.