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Low-lying Mekong Delta deals with worsening land subsidenceicon

Low-lying Mekong Delta deals with worsening land subsidence

The Mekong Delta region needs “consistent strategies” to deal with groundwater extraction, land subsidence and saltwater intrusion in an increasingly urbanising area, experts said at a conference in HCM City on November 26.
 
Late flooding season results in low sediment levels, fewer aquatic food sources in rice fields in Mekong Deltaicon

Late flooding season results in low sediment levels, fewer aquatic food sources in rice fields in Mekong Delta

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
17/11/2021
The Mekong Delta's flood season, commonly called “floating water season”, caused by the rising level of the Mekong River in the rainy season, arrived in September, about one month late compared to other years.
Mekong Delta has some 2.5 million tons of rice left for exporticon

Mekong Delta has some 2.5 million tons of rice left for export

BUSINESS
16/11/2021
With the local rice demand taken into account, the Mekong Delta region has some 2.5 million tons of rice left in November and December that can be exported.
Mekong Delta faces risk of COVID-19 outbreakicon

Mekong Delta faces risk of COVID-19 outbreak

SOCIETY
04/11/2021
As the number of new COVID-19 community cases continues to increase, the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta is facing a risk of a large-scale outbreak.
Mekong Delta localities raise COVID-19 alert level as cases surgeicon

Mekong Delta localities raise COVID-19 alert level as cases surge

SOCIETY
01/11/2021
The Mekong Delta provinces are scrambling to control an unexpected surge in community cases of COVID-19, with many showing unknown sources of infection.
Mekong Delta provinces face high risk of COVID-19 cases under “new normal”icon

Mekong Delta provinces face high risk of COVID-19 cases under “new normal”

SOCIETY
30/10/2021
The Mekong Delta provinces are faced with a high risk of COVID-19 infections with 1.6 per cent of people returning from pandemic hotspots testing positive for the virus after the provinces resumed production under the “new normal”.
Mekong Delta to boost investment in transport infrastructureicon

Mekong Delta to boost investment in transport infrastructure

SOCIETY
25/10/2021
The Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta region needs a special mechanism to improve its transport infrastructure to reduce logistics costs, bolster competitiveness and boost agricultural exports, Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has said.
Project on marine aquaculture development till 2030 approvedicon

Project on marine aquaculture development till 2030 approved

BUSINESS
24/10/2021
Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh has recently signed Decision No.1664/QD-TTg approving a project on marine aquaculture development till 2030 with a vision to 2045.
COVID-19 claims thousands of businesses in Mekong Deltaicon

COVID-19 claims thousands of businesses in Mekong Delta

BUSINESS
20/10/2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced up to 7,941 enterprises in the Mekong Delta to suspend their operations or register for dissolution in the first nine months of this year. ​
Saline intrusion may occur earlier in Mekong Deltaicon

Saline intrusion may occur earlier in Mekong Delta

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
14/10/2021
The level of saltwater intrusion may be approximately at the level of 2015-2016, which saw historic salinity and drought in the region.  
Vaccines for the Mekong Deltaicon

Vaccines for the Mekong Delta

FEATURE
12/10/2021
In current difficult conditions, Vietnam needs leaders who 'dare to think, dare to do and dare to take responsibility' for the people who have to leave large cities to return to their hometowns.
$149.4m program to sustain aquaculture in Mekong Deltaicon

$149.4m program to sustain aquaculture in Mekong Delta

BUSINESS
28/09/2021
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has approved the programme on sustainable aquaculture development in the Mekong Delta until 2030 to make aquaculture an important contributor to agricultural and socio-economic growth.  
Tra fish exports drastically drop due to Covid-19 social distancingicon

Tra fish exports drastically drop due to Covid-19 social distancing

BUSINESS
26/09/2021
Pangasius export turnover in August 2021 decreased by 28.5 percent over the same period, it is expected to continue falling 30 percent year on year in September.
Climate change adaptation featured in HCM City’s master planicon

Climate change adaptation featured in HCM City’s master plan

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
19/09/2021
Ho Chi Minh City’s master plan aims for the southern metropolis to develop into the country’s largest economic hub for tourism, industrial services, and high-tech agriculture by 2040, with a particular focus on climate change adaptation.
Three countries cooperate to audit water resources of Mekong River basinicon

Three countries cooperate to audit water resources of Mekong River basin

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
12/09/2021
The audit results of water resource management in the Mekong River basin show that the amount of water upstream of the river to the Cuu Long (Mekong Delta) has decreased sharply. 
Mekong Delta authorities speed up erosion prevention projectsicon

Mekong Delta authorities speed up erosion prevention projects

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
10/09/2021
Authorities in the Cuu Long (Mekong) delta are speeding up works to prevent the damage caused by erosion along rivers, canals and coasts, especially in the ongoing rainy season.
Pandemic continues to put hardship on enterprises in the Mekong Deltaicon

Pandemic continues to put hardship on enterprises in the Mekong Delta

BUSINESS
01/09/2021
Businesses are suffering from both the impact of the pandemic and the government’s control measures and policies to repel the former.
The use of pesticide in Mekong Delta remains highicon

The use of pesticide in Mekong Delta remains high

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
28/08/2021
The use of fertilisers and pesticides in the Mekong Delta has decreased over the years but is still higher than the national average, despite it proving to be ineffective.