Vietnamese firms told to improve production technologies Business

Vietnamese firms told to improve production technologies

Vietnamese companies need to improve their production technologies and strengthen linkages with foreign companies to improve their competitiveness in both domestic and overseas markets, a seminar heard in Ho Chi Minh City on December 12.
HCM int’l conferences to promote high-tech cooperation Sci-Tech

HCM int’l conferences to promote high-tech cooperation

Three international high-tech conferences will be held in Ho Chi Minh City to promote cooperation in researching, developing and commercialising high-tech products, said representatives from the Saigon High-tech Park (SHTP) on August 15.
Flood warning system installed in HCM City Environment

Flood warning system installed in HCM City

Research Laboratories of Saigon High-Tech Park has begun installing a flood warning system at flooding hotspots in HCM City, aiming to alert city residents and suggest alternate traffic routes.
HCM City: Technology centre to be built in high-tech park Sci-Tech

HCM City: Technology centre to be built in high-tech park

The Management Board of the Ho Chi Minh City-based Saigon High-tech Park on March 29 handed over an investment licence to the Tay San Gon (Western Sai Gon) Vocational College to construct a 25-million-USD technology transfer centre in the city.
Biochips production receives State incentives Health

Biochips production receives State incentives

A health project on producing genetic biochips being implemented at the Saigon High-Tech Park is now included in a national plan on high-tech industries development through 2020, as approved by the PM
HCM City opens huge factory building Business

HCM City opens huge factory building

An eight-storey factory built at a cost of 100 billion VND (4.5 million USD) at the Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone in HCM City was inaugurated on October 13.
Sci-Tech

Vietnam needs 20 billion chips a year

Vietnam consumes more than 20 billion integrated circuits (IC) worth a combined 2 billion USD a year but most of them are imported, The Saigon Times Daily reported.