Ninh Thuan targets sustainable grape production Society

Ninh Thuan targets sustainable grape production

The south-central province of Ninh Thuan, the country’s largest grape producer, is targeting sustainable grape production after conducting research on new grape varieties, applying advanced farming techniques and investing in post-harvest processing.
Ninh Thuan seeks ways to develop tourism Travel

Ninh Thuan seeks ways to develop tourism

Strategies to promote tourism in the south-central coastal province of Ninh Thuan, including more incentive for investment to make it a friendlier and more exciting place to visit, were discussed at the Ninh Thuan Tourism Promotion 2018 conference held in Ho Chi Minh City on September 7.
Ninh Thuan’s vineyards attract tourists Videos

Ninh Thuan’s vineyards attract tourists

To promote tourism, Ninh Thuan province has developed several agricultural tourism products, including vineyard tour packages, allowing visitors to enjoy fresh grape products at Thai An vineyard
Ninh Thuan Province to grow more grapes Business

Ninh Thuan Province to grow more grapes

The central province of Ninh Thuan plans to expand its grape cultivation area by 7,900 hectares, of which more than 2,550ha will be safe grape fields, according to the provincial People’s Committee.
Vietnam, Argentina foster trade ties Business

Vietnam, Argentina foster trade ties

Vietnamese Ambassador to Argentina Nguyen Dinh Thao made a trip to Argentinian Central province from June 30 - July 2 to promote trade between the two countries.
Grape growing contributes to Ninh Thuan’s development Business

Grape growing contributes to Ninh Thuan’s development

The central province of Ninh Thuan has the largest grape growing area in Vietnam, and grapevines will be a key plant for Ninh Thuan in the coming years thanks to its high productivity and economic value, The Voice of Vietnam reported.
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Ninh Thuan to increase grape cultivation

Grape and wine production in the central province of Ninh Thuan is expected to expand in the years to come as the industry imports more grape varieties and creates a geographical indication for locally produced wine and grapes.