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Ho Chi Minh City faces ten-fold rise in flood damage risk by 2050: study

Flooding risk in Ho Chi Minh City may grow ten times more intense by 2050 given the current prevalence of poorly regulated construction projects and economic activities, according to a new study by the international consulting firm McKinsey.The report also claims an escalation in consequences ...

E-logistics sorting out supply

Leading logistics providers are looking to technological investment and e-logistics as Vietnam’s limits in infrastructure and connectivity continue.  According to the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), infrastructure investment demand in Vietnam in the 2016-2020 period has been projected at ...

Over 220 trillion VND invested in Mekong Delta’s infrastructure

Over 890 projects in infrastructure with total investment of 221 trillion VND (9.43 billion USD) are being carried out by in the Mekong Delta by 898 businesses from Ho Chi Minh City, according to statistics of the municipal People’s Committee.The projects are mainly in building ...

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