Latest News about seaports
The HCMC Department of Transport has proposed the municipal government develop six key traffic infrastructure projects leading to the seaports in the city with an estimated investment of over VND27 trillion.
Vietnam has a long coastline but its maritime transport has not developed well. Railway transport has also been ‘forgotten’.
With its annual growth of 12-14 per cent, the logistics sector, especially seaports, is becoming attractive to both domestic and foreign investors,...
Despite some improvements, seaport joint ventures between foreign partners and state-owned shipping giant Vietnam Maritime Corporation continued to incur losses in the first quarter of this year,
Nine people have been taken into quarantine and put under observation in Da Nang after being detected with a slight fever. The nine were among a total of 8,300 tested at the international airport and seaports.
Competition between seaports is set to increase in 2020 when more ports open.
HCM City should draft a master plan to develop its logistics sector, Pham Thanh Kien, director of its Department of Trade and Industry, said.
The Customs Bureau of HCM City has proposed that city authorities collect infrastructure fees at seaports to increase revenue for the city.
The Vietnam Association of Financial Investors (VAFI) has requested the PM and relevant authorities' approval to build deepwater ports from the proceeds of divesting state ownership in large corporations like Vinamilk, Sabeco, and FPT.