Update news Quang Ninh
VietNamNet Bridge – A series of projects worth a total 61 trillion VND (2.7 billion USD) will be built in the Van Don Special Administrative – Economic Unit, the northern province of Quang Ninh in 2018,
VietNamNet Bridge - The tourism sector’s target of receiving 13 million foreign travelers in 2017 is within reach as more Chinese and South Korean visitors are coming to Vietnam.
VietNamNet Bridge - Some domestic and Chinese partners have refused to cooperate with licensed Quang Ninh tour operators and shops not using Chinese workers.
Due to the excessive exploitation of ngan (Austriella corrugata), the number of oysters has declined seriously. Quang Ninh provincial authorities are taking serious measures to conserve the precious gene.
VietNamNet Bridge - Quang Ninh province still has no large-scale resorts, even though Ha Long Bay in the province is a popular tourism destination.
Self-modified three-wheel vehicles will be strictly controlled before being completely banned in 2018, said Vu Van Dien, deputy chairman of northern Quang Ninh Province’s People Committee.
The road leading to Bordermarker 1305 in Binh Lieu district, Quang Ninh province is considered the ‘dinosaur spine’ in the northeastern region.
All 15 shops and business centres dedicated to serving only Chinese tourists in Ha Long City, Quang Ninh Province were closed by the local people’s committee, according to online newspaper zing.vn.
VietNamNet Bridge – Severe violations have been uncovered at 13 coal mining projects in the northern province of Quang Ninh,
VietNamNet Bridge - With big real estate players such as Vingroup, Sungroup and FLC and the provincial authorities’ policy on investment in infrastructure, Quang Ninh has become a new magnet in the resort real estate market.
VietNamNet Bridge - The Quang Ninh People’s Committee has decided to fund the Van Don – Mong Cai Highway and has chosen a Vietnamese contractor, instead of seeking a loan from China as initially planned.
Authorities in Quang Ninh Province on Monday (Nov 21) announced a domestic investor partnership to build a US$622million expressway, after rejecting a proposal to borrow money from China for the project.