An Giang has new solar power Business

An Giang has new solar power

The Sao Mai-An Giang solar power plant, invested by the Sao Mai Group in the southern province of An Giang, has been completed and expects to generate nearly 400 million kWh of electricity to the national grid each year, the group announced on January 12.
Can Tho to have most advanced kindergarten in Mekong Delta Society

Can Tho to have most advanced kindergarten in Mekong Delta

The American Collegiate Academy bilingual kindergarten is promised to be among those with the most advanced teaching method in Can Tho city and the Mekong Delta at large, said Duong Tan Hien, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee during the school’s inaugural ceremony on January 10.
Mekong Delta ensures water supply Society

Mekong Delta ensures water supply

Saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta in the 2020 – 21 dry season is expected to be higher than average, but not as severe as the last dry season.
Legal proceedings started against case of COVID-19 Patient 1440 Society

Legal proceedings started against case of COVID-19 Patient 1440

Director of An Giang province’s Department of Public Security, Col. Dinh Van Noi, announced on December 30 that the department’s Investigation Security Agency has issued a decision to begin legal proceedings in a case of organising illegal entry into Vietnam in the local district of An Phu on December 24.
Mekong Delta localities seek to attract northern travellers Travel

Mekong Delta localities seek to attract northern travellers

Representatives from 13 localities in the Mekong Delta, a region that has been defined as the safest area even when the COVID-19 pandemic was yet to be controlled, have shaken hands with each other for the first time to approach tourists in the north during the annual Vietnam International Travel Mart (VITM) organized by the Vietnam Tourism Association (VITA) in Hanoi recently.
Five new rail lines to be built in southern region Business

Five new rail lines to be built in southern region

Five new high-speed rail lines between Ho Chi Minh City and southern provinces expected to be built by 2025 would help to ensure smooth transport of goods and improve logistics services and connections between major seaports.
NA Chairwoman meets voters in Can Tho Politics

NA Chairwoman meets voters in Can Tho

The National Assembly (NA) has paid close attention to the heavy toll that natural disasters have caused to many areas of Vietnam, NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said while meeting with voters in Cai Rang and Phong Dien districts in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on November 24.