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The provincial authorities will focus on administrative reform and perfecting legal framework to ensure a transparent and fair business environment.

 

Tra Vinh spends billions of dong on improving minority groups’ life

Tra Vinh spent US$17.8 million from central and local budgets for implementing policies for local ethnic minority groups in the 2016-20 period, creating remarkable improvements in the living conditions for Khmer communities.  

A popular version of the Delta’s rice vermicelli soup

Rice vermicelli noodle soup, or bun nuoc leo in Vietnamese, is well known throughout the Mekong Delta’s provinces.

Tra Vinh loses $43m to saltwater intrusion, drought damage

Saltwater intrusion and drought in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Tra Vinh caused a total damage of VND1 trillion (US$43 million) to agricultural production in the 2019-20 dry season.

Can being tall lead to feeling isolated?

Most people love being tall, but sometimes height is not everything. For Ms. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hoa, 25, from Tra Vinh, a smaller body would be a bonus. 

Investors develop wind power projects to enjoy good prices

If Vietnam can create reasonable policies and keep strict control over the development, it may become an emerging market in the wind power industry.

Tra Vinh farmers harvest mud crab for Tet, earn high profit

Farmers in Tra Vinh Province are entering the mud crab harvest for Tet (Lunar New Year) and earning a high profit of VND30 - 35 million (US$1,300 - 1,500) per hectare as demand is high for the coming holiday, which falls on January 25.

Wind power projects boom in Tra Vinh

The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh is witnessing a series of wind power projects settling in the province thanks to its favourable position, with total investment exceeding VND42 trillion ($1.8 billion).

Saltwater intrusion enters Tra Vinh

Saltwater intrusion has occurred in most areas of the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Tra Vinh, forcing authorities to close most saltwater-prevention sluices and to stop planting the 2019-20 winter-spring crop in some areas.

Bun nuoc leo, a specialty of Tra Vinh’s Khmer ethic group

Tra Vinh is famous far and wide for a specialty locally known as 'bun nuoc leo' (noodle soup with sauce made from different fish) which was invented by the Khmer ethnic group.

Bun nuoc leo, a specialty of Tra Vinh’s Khmer ethic group

Tra Vinh is famous far and wide for a specialty locally known as bún nước lèo (noodle soup with sauce made from different fish) which was invented by the Khmer ethnic group.

Tra Vinh's top officials arrested in tax evasion probe

Two top officials of Tra Vinh City were arrested on Wednesday as part of a probe into a land tax evasion ring that caused estimated losses of nearly VND120 billion (US$5.2 million) to the Government.

Five State officials in southern Vietnam detained for land mismanagement

Five current and former officials from the Office of Natural Resources and Environment of Tra Vinh City were arrested on charges of breaching regulations on land management and usage which caused losses totaling US$5.1 million.

 

Traditional weaving trade in Tra Vinh Province

 VietNamNet Bridge – Traditional weaving trade has played an important role in daily life of local residents in Dai An Commune, Tra Cu District, Tra Vinh Province.

Job hopes for laid-off labourers

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many firms are willing to recruit labourers who have been affected by layoff at a footwear company in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh.

Southwestern man makes machines for coconut farmers

VietNamNet Bridge – Born and bred in the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang, Nghiem Dai Thuan – one of Vietnam’s 63 outstanding farmers this year – is familiar with coconuts.

New automatic sprinklers a boon for Tra Vinh veggie, peanut farmers

 VietNamNet Bridge – On his 2,000sq m vegetable farm in Tra Vinh Province, Thach Bay was working to the tune of a revolutionary song playing on his old mobile phone.

Making use of the saline water all year round

 VietNamNet Bridge – Friend or foe? What was once deemed the enemy of the farmer, seems to have been given a reprieve as clever growers have thought up ways to welcome saline water.

How rich is Tram Be, the banking tycoon recently arrested?

As the owner of a hospital, securities company, bank and large properties, Tram Be, the banking tycoon, and his family amassed a huge fortune until the day he was arrested.

Shrimp breeding protects ecosystem

 VietNamNet Bridge – The breeding of shrimp and other aquatic species in submerged forests in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh in recent years has helped to preserve the forest's ecology.