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China coal import rule holds Australia to its own quota
China's unofficial halt to Australian coal imports earlier this month is expected to end in 2021 when import quotas reset, which could provide support to coking coal markets when spot delivery periods begin to include January next month.
HCM City cuts costs for first BRT route
Investment for Ho Chi Minh City’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route extending 25km between the city’s eastern and western sections has been cut by US$13 million to US$143 million by the municipal People’s Committee.
Newly Discovered Volcanic Mineral Could Lead To More Efficient Batteries
For more than 40 years, Stanislav Filatov, Professor at St Petersburg University, together with colleagues from other research institutions in Russia, has been studying the mineralogy of Kamchatka.
Work on Long Thanh international airport starts next month
Construction of the proposed Long Thanh international airport in the southern province of Dong Nai is expected to start next month as promised by State-owned Airports Corporation of Viet Nam (ACV), the airport’s main developer.
City hopes to attract investment by allotting more lands in IPs, EPZs for infrastructure
HCM City authorities plan to offer competitive land rents and other incentives at industrial parks (IPs) and export processing zones (EPZs), and earmark more lands for building infrastructure to attract investment.
Barclays keeps 2021 oil price outlook, supported by vaccine boost
Potential rollouts of high-efficacy vaccines in the short term would be a turning point for demand as it could lead to a more sustainable economic recovery, the bank said in a note
Ho Chi Minh's city eastern city transport development needs $13 billion
HCMC needs VND300 trillion ($12.92 billion) over the next 10 years to build transport infrastructure for its new “city within the city.”
Under a plan proposed by the municipal transport department, the major transport infrastructure projects needed for the eastern city, temporarily called "Thu Duc City," includes roads, metro, bus rapid transit (BRT) system, waterways and ports.
Realty market goes digital
More and more realty firms are using digital platforms to sell their products, driven by the Government's encouragement to develop local digital technology firms amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnam targets 2021 economic growth at 6 percent
The Government expects 2021 GDP growth at 6 percent, according to the Socio-Economic Development Plan sent to the National Assembly.
Hanoi proposes another metro line project worth us$2.8 billion
This is one of the eight metro projects Hanoi plans until 2030 to improve the city's public transportation system.
Hanoi has submitted a pre-feasibility report on a VND65 trillion (US$2.8 billion) metro line project linking Van Cao street and the Hoa Lac High-tech Park, Kinh Te & Do Thi reported.
India seeks closer economic ties with Vietnam
There is huge potential for co-operation with Việt Nam in sectors like hospitality, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, infrastructure development, energy, service, IT, mining, and agriculture, a senior Indian foreign affairs official has said.
Riva Ganguly Das, Secretary (East) in the Ministry of External Affairs, said: “The two sides can establish new partnerships in areas such as marine food products, agro-products, textiles, garments, leather and footwear, and electrical machinery and equipment in order to diversify the trade basket.”
'Wave' of investment shifting to Vietnam - identifying the prospects
Hanoi completes traffic infrastructure to develop satellite urban areas: official
Satellite urban areas are the nucleus to promote suburban development, with its own, unique and mixed functions to support Hanoi city’s downtown.
Unmanned systems - New trend for construction industry
Unmanned systems is being increasingly used in the construction industry to help make it more efficient, more affordable and safer. By monitoring the project from above, misalignments among details can easily be found to minimize fixing cost later in the project. Let's learn more about the great uses of the unmaned systems for the construction industry in the following article!
Why 3D parametric architecture and 3D printing is about to boom
After a long time conquering the 2D printing technology, scientists desire to explore more. They started to researched and discovered the 3D printing technology. Let's check out the products created by 3D printing technology in the article below!
From steam to Diesel to ... what? Projecting what will power the equipment of tomorrow
"Electrification" - The green-hydrogen produced by using solar energy, water and wind energy will be ideally power to decrease the greenhouse impact on the earth, heading to a new clean fuel for the future. Do you think hydrogen will be a new source of energy in the future? Tell us [icon mũi tên xuống dưới] What's your choice?
Mecalac intros TA3SH power swivel site dumper with 180-degree dumping ability
Mecalac’s new TA3SH Power Swivel Site Dumper is designed with many advantageous functions: monitor the dumper’s location, distance traveled and hours completed each day to manoeuvre small to mid-sized jobsites, especially those in crowded or confined areas. Let's find out more useful functions of Mecalac's new product via the link below!
New ANSI standards for aerial work platforms delayed until June 1 as appeals continue
The effective date for new ANSI standards that would affect aerial work platforms has been delayed again, until June 1, due to appeals, according to the Scaffold and Access Industry Association.
Hyundai CE to produce hydrogen-powered excavators, forklifts by 2023
Hyundai Construction Equipment says it has joined forces with Hyundai Motor Group and Hyundai Mobis to develop what it says is the world’s first hydrogen-powered construction equipment.
Crude import tax zeroed in November
The Prime Minister announced import tax on crude oil will be scrapped from the current rate of 5 per cent.
Vietnam’s coal imports increases sharply by mid-July
HA NOI — Viet Nam imported about 23 million tonnes of coal between the beginning of the year and July 15 worth US$2.17 billion, according to the General Department of Customs.
PM Phúc welcomes JBIC Governor
The Vietnam - Japan relations have developed strongly and comprehensively in all fiends and Japan continues to be a leading important partner of Việt Nam. Government was considering to develop a number of modern thermal power projects and proposed JBIC to help Việt Nam finanlise mechanism and regulations in PPP investment, said Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc.
PM approves planning on mineral exploration, exploitation
Hanoi (VNA) - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a planning scheme on exploring, exploiting, processing and using tin, wolfram and antimony by 2025 with a vision towards 2035.