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VietNamNet Bridge - The solar panel market has warmed up with foreign and domestic investors showing renewed interest in the market.
HCM City agencies have unveiled plans to promote waterway transport on the 975km of riverways in the city, according to the city’s Department of Transport.
Hanoi seems to be moving ahead of HCMC in restricting private cars to enter the inner city. Though it is considered a ‘negative’ solution, it is still the only choice of local authorities in the two largest cities in Vietnam.
Of $6.19 worth of capital that foreign investors used to contribute capital and buy into Vietnamese enterprises in 2017, 60 percent was injected into M&A deals in HCMC.
A credit-based education program will be applied at secondary and high schools in HCMC on a trial basis from the 2019-2020 academic year, if the city’s proposals on an open policy for education receives approval.
The Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Association (HoREA) predicted stable development for the city real estate sector and claimed that there would not be a real estate bubble in 2018.
More than 40 investors have expressed willingness to develop plants which burn waste to generate electricity.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is considered the second biggest potential market in Southeast Asia for solar power.
VietNamNet Bridge - HCMC is calling for investments in projects on burning waste to generate electricity, but has warned that the equipment must be environmentally friendly.
The robot, which is compact, highly mobile and able to move freely across canals, rivers and lakes to pick up rubbish and hyacinth, was made by two university students.
A number of infrastructure projects under the BT (build, transfer) mode, or exchanging land for infrastructure, with total capital of tens of trillions of dong have been implemented over the past few years.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is one of a few countries which harvests and sells salangane resources.
VietNamNet Bridge - Saigontourist has launched seven new waterway routes on the Sai Gon River and the river sections of Binh Duong, Dong Nai and Long An.
VietNamNet Bridge - The Cai Mep–Thi Vai container port in Ba Ri –Vung Tau province, built with investment capital of $2 billion, is now running at 15-20 percent of capacity.