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Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang

Hau Giang advised to invest huge money to boost tourism

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Hau Giang advised to invest huge money to boost tourism

The Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang should invest over 3.5 trillion VND (150.5 million USD) in 22 projects in order to develop tourism services, improve the transport system, and support tourism activities towards 2025, advised Ngo Son Tung, who represents the consultation company for a project to boost the province’s tourism by 2020, with vision towards 2025.

Hau Giang, RoK firms work to promote high-tech agriculture

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Hau Giang, RoK firms work to promote high-tech agriculture

Officials from the People’s Committee of the Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang met with representatives from the organisation for agricultural technology transfer and trade (FACT) and several enterprises from the Republic of Korea (RoK) on October 30 towards implementing high-tech agriculture projects in the locality.

Vietnam - world’s top emerging economy: experts

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Vietnam - world’s top emerging economy: experts

Embracing free trade policies, reducing overregulation and costs of doing business, and investing in human capital and infrastructure are three ingredients that help Vietnam become a top emerging economy in less than three decades, said a writing posted on the US hakernoon.com.

Prevention and relocation plan needed for southern region

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Prevention and relocation plan needed for southern region

More effective plans for natural disaster prevention are needed in the Mekong Delta, which plays an important role in the economy, but is threatened by natural disasters, climate change and landslides, Nguyen Truong Son, Deputy Director General of the Vietnam Disaster Management Authority, said in Can Tho city on July 29.

Growth may slow down towards year-end: GSO

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Growth may slow down towards year-end: GSO

General Director of the General Statistics Office (GSO) Nguyen Bich Lam urged sectors and localities not to take it for granted that the yearly goal of 6.7 percent GDP growth is within reach, noting that the usual trend of higher growth towards year-end is no longer true for this year.