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Four expys to be opened to traffic by year-end

 HCMC – The Ministry of Transport has ordered four sections of the North-South expressway project be opened to traffic before December 31 this year.

HCMC needs VND210 trillion to build six more metro lines

HCMC – The HCMC Transport Department has sent a report to the municipal government on completing the urban railway system following the Transit Oriented...

Vietnamese PM arrives in Cambodia for official visit

 HCMC – Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh arrived in Phnom Penh yesterday, starting his first official visit to Cambodia since taking office at the...

Vietnam considers high-speed rail line

HCMC – The Ministry of Planning and Investment has thrown its weight behind a North-South express railway with a maximum speed of 180-250 km...

Industry ministry orders inspections of gas stations suspending operations

 HCMC – The Ministry of Industry and Trade has ordered the market surveillance force to inspect those gas stations that have suspended operations and...

Int’l tourist arrivals in Vietnam surge in Jan-Oct

 HCMC – Over 2.35 million international tourists traveled to Vietnam between January and October, a year-on-year surge of 18.8-fold, according to statistics from the...

Vietnam’s economy rebounds strongly

 HCMC – Vietnam’s economy has seen strong recovery this year, according to data from the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.

Assets of 762 firms related to Van Thinh Phat frozen

 HCMC – The Hanoi Department of Planning and Investment has announced the freezing of assets of 762 companies in connection with Van Thinh Phat Holdings Group...

Banks report handsome profits in Q3

 HCMC – Many local banks have released their business results, which indicate huge third-quarter profits.

Local fuel prices rise further

 HCMC – Domestic fuel retail prices were revised up VND120-410 per liter or kilogram on November 1, according to an announcement jointly issued by...

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