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Creative touch preferred as industry moves out

While the trend of modernisation and globalisation is spreading throughout big cities in Vietnam , experts and architects want to preserve the old style Hanoi by an idea to turn a myriad of old factories into creative hubs in the inner capital city.

COVID-19 outbreak enhances trend of "make where you sell"

The COVID-19 outbreak is accelerating the shifting of corporate mindsets on diversifying from China and onboarding the trend of “make where you sell”.

Rang Dong to relocate factory to Hoa Lac High-Tech Park

Rang Dong plans to relocate its existing facility to Hoa Lac High-Tech Park to manufacture LED lights with the total investment of $34.78 million.

6,500 households in Hanoi Old Quarter to be relocated to Long Bien District

 VietNamNet Bridge - After a long period of preparation, Hanoi has approved a policy to build apartments in the Viet Hung new residential area in Long Bien District for the relocation of 6,500 families in the Old Quarter.

HCM City plans faster relocation of polluting plants

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City plans to speed up the task of moving production establishments causing pollution out of residential areas.

Polluting factories have nowhere to go

 VietNamNet Bridge – The owners of more than 20 industrial workshops located in HCM City’s District 12’s residential quarters have been fined countless times for polluting the environment.

HCM City to relocate 1,300 households to avoid natural disasters

675 households in areas at risk of landslides and storms will be relocated this year, and the rest will be removed from the dangerous areas before the end of 2016, according to a plan that has just been approved by HCM City authorities.