Bac Giang city strives to become green urban area Society

Bac Giang city strives to become green urban area

Bac Giang city in the northern province of the same name will mobilise all resources to develop in the direction of green and smart urban area, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Dang Dinh Hoan has said.
Technology deployed in fighting COVID-19 in Bac Giang Videos

Technology deployed in fighting COVID-19 in Bac Giang

COVID-19 tracker apps have been used by enterprises and QR code scanners made available in the northern province of Bac Giang, a former Covid-19 hotspot, in recent times, with a view to ensuring the dual targets of pandemic containment and economic development.
Bac Giang province moves to sustainably develop tourism Travel

Bac Giang province moves to sustainably develop tourism

In the time ahead, the northern province of Bac Giang is going to summon resources and push ahead with measures to fully tap into tourism potential and advantages and sustainably develop this industry, according to Director of the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Tran Minh Ha.
GI certificate – a booster for lychee exports Business

GI certificate – a booster for lychee exports

Obtaining a certificate of Geographical Indication (GI) helps facilitate the export of thieu lychee to fastidious international markets like Japan, according to Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Le Anh Duong.
Bac Giang lychee safe from COVID-19 Business

Bac Giang lychee safe from COVID-19

As the latest outbreak of COVID-19 continues to make its presence felt in Bac Giang province, local lychee growers are focusing on protecting their crop. A host of measures have been adopted to ensure their lychees are safe from the disease.
Vietnam logs one new COVID-19 infection in Bac Giang Health

Vietnam logs one new COVID-19 infection in Bac Giang

Vietnam documented one locally-transmitted COVID-19 case in the northern province of Bac Giang in the past 12 hours as of 6 am on February 10, taking the national tally from the latest outbreak to 484 cases, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.