Vietnam to run out of sand in 5 years, say experts

Vietnamese authorities are looking at producing artificial sand amid warnings by experts that the country could run out of sand within five years due to over-exploitation of the natural product, local media reported. Keep reading  ...

Strait Times News Staff

Energy efficiency turns SMEs into success story

Amid the spiralling ramifications of climate change in Vietnam, energy-saving and CO2-reducing technologies have proven an inevitable trend for small- and medium-sized enterprises.  Keep reading  ...

Vietnam Investment Review

EU issues "yellow card" warning to Vietnam

The European Commission (EC) has issued a “yellow card” warning to Vietnam and this move is predicted to negatively affect Vietnam’s seafood exports.  Keep reading  ...

Thanh Niên News Staff

Vietnam will not bolster economic growth at any cost: NA Central Inspection Commission

At the discussion session on October 24, the National Assembly’s deputies are calling for a sustainable economic growth, instead of at-any-cost growth. Keep reading  ...

Tư Hoàng

Ca Mau province pledges favorable mechanism for renewable energy production

At a conference on the development of renewable energy held in Ca Mau province in the morning of October 24, Lam Van Bi, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, pledged that local authorities will develop favorable mechanism and policies to promote investments from the ...


Titanium mining puts environment at stake

Titanium mining and processing projects in central coast provinces have left negative impact on other economic sectors and put the environment at risk of severe pollution. Keep reading  ...

Van Nam

Applying technology to production methods is not enough for farmers to increase incomes

There are still a lot of constrains in Vietnam’s agriculture sector, which plays an important role in the local economy, such as low productivity, small-scale production, weak human resource quality and poor living standards for most farmers. Applying technology to production methods is not enough ...

Bảo Uyên

Prime Minister upbeat about Vietnam economy

Vietnam has performed well in social and economic terms despite a lot of difficulties and challenges, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the opening session of the National Assembly in Hanoi on October 23. Keep reading  ...

Tu Hoang

New formaldehyde and aromatic amine limits in textiles come out

The Ministry of Industry and Trade on October 23 issued new regulations governing the permissible amounts of formaldehyde and aromatic amines in textiles on the local market. Keep reading  ...

Minh Tam

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