Vietnam’s biggest polymetallic project fined for violations Environment

Vietnam’s biggest polymetallic project fined for violations

The Nui Phao mining project, Vietnam’s biggest polymetallic operation, has seriously violated regulations on environmental protection, mining, and use of land and water resources, according to the results of an inspection conducted last year by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE).
Move to help insurance brokers Society

Move to help insurance brokers

The legal framework for the operation of insurance brokerage companies will be improved to enhance their competitiveness, according to the Insurance Supervisory Authority under the Ministry of Finance.
Business

Business plays key role in reforms

The business community plays an important role in driving regulatory reforms in Vietnam which are critical to fostering stronger and more inclusive growth in the country, heard a conference in Hanoi on March 19.
500kV transmission line to put into operation in south Society

500kV transmission line to put into operation in south

The Vietnam National Power Transmission Corporation (EVN NPT) on June 21 put the 500kV Phu Lam-O Mon transmission line (Phu Lam-Long An section) into operation for trial purpose, according to the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN). The project, with an investment of 384.2 billion VND (about 18 million USD), is project invested by the EVN NPT- an arm of the EVN.
Society

Cooperatives’ operation capacity enhanced

The cooperative alliance of provinces and cities in the Central and Central Highlands regions has targeted to improve its cooperatives’ operation capacity while strengthening management and developing production and business plans.
Symposium talks e-government improvement Sci-Tech

Symposium talks e-government improvement

The 11th Vietnam E-government Symposium was held in Hanoi on August 28 with the theme “Enhancing operational capability: Driving collaboration, transparency, and citizen engagement”.
Quang Ngai reservoirs upgraded with Japan aid Environment

Quang Ngai reservoirs upgraded with Japan aid

More than 818 million JPY (10.1 million USD), of which 698 million JPY is non-refundable aid from the Japanese Government, has been spent on a project to upgrade seven small-scale reservoirs in the central province of Quang Ngai.