Practical reforms required for better agriculture: Gov't Business

Practical reforms required for better agriculture: Gov't

The Prime Minister, the Government and enterprises want ministries and agencies to carry out practical reforms, particularly those removing unnecessary administrative procedures, to create a better business climate in agriculture, a Government official said.
Dung Quat oil refinery expansion project accelerated Business

Dung Quat oil refinery expansion project accelerated

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has approved the environmental impact assessment report of a project to upgrade and expand the Dung Quat Oil Refinery, which is operated by the Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company (BSR).
Lawmakers to consider two bills on November 16 Politics

Lawmakers to consider two bills on November 16

National Assembly deputies will spend the day on November 16 discussing two draft laws, one on preventing the adverse effects of alcohol and the other on adjusting, supplementing a number of articles of the Law on Public Investment.
Expansion of Hai Van 2 Tunnel may lag behind schedule Society

Expansion of Hai Van 2 Tunnel may lag behind schedule

The People’s Committee of central Thua Thien-Hue province has asked Phu Loc district authorities to hand over the ground for a project expanding the Hai Van 2 Tunnel before July 15. However, the work may lag behind schedule, the provincial committee has said.
Transport Ministry speeds up North-South expressway Society

Transport Ministry speeds up North-South expressway

Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has ordered relevant agencies to quickly complete necessary documents so that the ministry can approve 10 sub-projects that are part of the North-South Expressway in July as scheduled.
 Work on Thailand-China railway to start in November World

Work on Thailand-China railway to start in November

Construction of the first section of the Thailand-China high-speed railway will begin in November although there is still a problem with an environmental impact assessment study, Thai Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith confirmed on October 16.
NA urges caution in amending public investment law Politics

NA urges caution in amending public investment law

Vice Chairman of the National Assembly Phung Quoc Hien has advised caution in amending the Law on Public Investment, saying that adjustments are necessary but must not be made hastily, lest the legal system be disrupted.
Ministry backtracks on dumping into sea Environment

Ministry backtracks on dumping into sea

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) has agreed not to dump nearly one million cubic metre of waste mud discarded by a power plant into Binh Thuan province’s sea following public outcry against the plan.
State President meets HCM City voters Politics

State President meets HCM City voters

President Tran Dai Quang on April 26 met with voters in Ho Chi Minh City’s Districts 1, 3 and 4 to listen to their opinions, mostly in issues on the environment, the settlement of complaints related to land use, solutions to traffic congestion, and education quality improvement.