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Vietnam needs US$13.3 billion to develop seaports

Vietnam would need 312.6 trillion VND (13.3 billion USD) to develop the seaports system by 2030, according to the Ministry of Transport.

More goods passing through Vietnam's seaports compared to last year

Goods have been moving through Vietnam's numerous seaports without hiccups despite the COVID-19 pandemic, said the Vietnam Maritime Administration (VMA).

Paradox: Thousands of containers idle at seaports amid severe shortage for delivery

While the world is in a crisis over the lack of empty containers to deliver goods, leading to skyrocketing shipping fees, thousands of containers are idling away at Vietnamese seaports.

Cargo through seaports grows despite virus

The number of ships docking at Vietnamese seaports has fallen due to COVID-19 pandemic, but the volume of goods passing through the ports has recorded impressive growth.


COVID-19: vessels via seaports down, cargo up 10 percent

The Vietnam Maritime Administration (VMA) has reported that the total arrivals of vessels leaving or entering Vietnamese seaports from China or countries hit by COVID-19 outbreak neared 6,790 as of the early March.

Port operators' equitisation attracts foreign investors

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese seaports are attracting more interest from foreign investors following the Government's decision to sell bigger State stakes in these companies.

Foreign investors eye Vietnam’s seaports

VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign investors have shown more interest in seaports following a decision by the in Prime Minister to reduce the state’s stake in the ports.