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Higher land ceilings policy should ensure farmers’ rights

Director of the Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development, Nguyen Do Anh Tuan, talks to Vietnam News Agency about the policy on the expansion of agricultural land limit and accumulation.

HCM City land documents delayed

Many people in HCM City applying for a new certificate of land-use rights and ownership of housing and associated assets on the land have not received certificates on time as the city's land-use right registration office is overloaded with work.

Police return property worth VND600 million to traveller

 VietNamNet Bridge – Police in the central Thua Thien-Hue Province on Wednesday (August 19) returned assets worth more than VND600 million (US$27,000) to a traveller from Ha Noi.


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HCM City to revoke licences for 100 projects

 VietNamNet Bridge – The government of HCM City has decided to take back land and licences it had given to more than 100 development projects.

Public land management criticised

 VietNamNet Bridge – Concerns have been raised over the lack of progress in reforming management of State-owned buildings and land used by public agencies in the capital city.

Foreigners in no rush to buy property

 VietNamNet Bridge – Five days after the capital city agreed to grant certificates of land-use rights and house ownership to overseas Vietnamese and foreign home buyers, there have been no signs that anyone is interested.

Bribery seen as widespread: survey

VietNamNet Bridge – Many citizens perceive bribery to be on the rise and still widespread in the public sector, according to the results of the Viet Nam Public Administration Performance Index 2012 released May 14.

Hanoi to grant foreign home rights

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ha Noi People's Committee has agreed to grant certificates of land-use rights and house ownership, known in Viet Nam as a "red book", to overseas Vietnamese and foreigner home buyers.

Lawmakers ponder land use revisions

Revised land laws are expected to create a “land fund” free from disputes relating to site clearance and compensation – thus making it immediately available to bids from investors seeking land-use rights.