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VietNamNet Bridge – Despite having 3,000km of coastline with up to 2,700 hours of sunlight a year, the development of the renewable energy industry in Vietnam is yet to meet its potential.
In 2010, Prime Ministry approved the national programme on developing non-fired construction materials by 2020. United Nations Development Programme in Vietnam and Global Environment Fund have supported efforts to reduce pollution
VietNamNet Bridge – A retired teacher living on Hanoi’s Kham Thien Street, Dao Ngoc Huan has become well known among her community for helping disadvantaged children.
While many in his community struggle to just makes ends meet, a Pa Ko ethnicity man in Quang Tri Province’s mountainous area is pouring his heart and soul into encouraging local children to love art,
Two students Mai Cao Ky Duyen and Ngo Thi Diem Thuy from Hue City have successfully developed a new type of eco-friendly and waterproof paper that can be used as a viable alternative to plastic.
Enterprises increasingly appreciate the importance of human resource management and have mapped out human resource development strategies methodically, a seminar heard in HCM City yesterday.
VietNamNet Bridge – Construction company Becamex IDC Corp has been cautious about this year’s business targets.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Ho Chi Minh Trail was a symbol of the unyielding resilience and the commitment of the Vietnamese people to liberate the south and unify the country.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Cao Bang Province People’s Committee has submitted a project to build the Dong Dang-Tra Linh Highway to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc for approval.
VietNamNet Bridge – For the first time, three hundreds of ban (orchid) flower tree from the northwest mountainous region are on display at Ha Noi Museum.