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April, 27 2012 10:24:17

Long An suspends 20 slow-moving projects

LONG AN — The southern province of Long An has suspended the licences of 20 projects so far this year, revoking land-use rights totalling 1,500ha, Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Planning and Investment Ngo Ly Hoa has said. The province would continue to review projects and respond to difficulties faced by investors in an attempt to hasten the implementation of slow-moving projects, she said. — VNS

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