Poor infrastructures plague HCMC western gateway

Poor infrastructures plague HCMC western gateway

Traffic infrastructures in the western gateway to Ho Chi Minh City have been at a stand-still for years while rapid urbanization and traffic jams take place, causing regular inconvenience to commuters.
HCMC should invest heavily in technology reseach (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC should invest heavily in three key programs for growth

Having limited budget, Ho Chi Minh City can’t spend money on all sectors but some key ones for its growth to make breakthrough. The city should pour money into infrastructure, administrative reform, technology attached with training and transferring only.
Vietnam becomes fastest growing tourism market of Japan

Vietnam becomes fastest growing tourism market of Japan

Vietnam was the fastest growing tourism market of Japan with rise of 125.9 percent in 2018, according to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT)’s 2019 white paper on tourism that was released on June 21.
Kinh Duong Vuong street in HCM City's District 5 under water after heavy rain. (Photo: VNA)

Infrastructure overloaded in new residential areas

Many infrastructure facilities, including roads are overloaded as many new residential areas have been built and the number of means of transportation rapidly rise in suburban areas of Ho Chi Minh City in the past few years.

These farmers in Soc Trang province have applied modern agricultural techniques to improve their income (Photo: SGGP)

Gov’t rural plan earns achievement in Soc Trang province

The Mekong delta province of Soc Trang has carried out the government’s rural plan since 2016 and obtained achievements including improving farmers’ income thanks to application of modern farming techniques and infrastructure.

Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Vietnam Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan and President of the Senate of Australia Scott Ryanf (Photo:VNA)

President of the Senate of Australia visits Vietnam

Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Vietnam Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan presided an official welcoming ceremony for President of the Senate of Australia Scott Ryanf in Hanoi yesterday.