A circular on financial management of scientific programmes for the new rural building project aimed at improving the economies and living standards of rural areas will take effect in February.
The circular from the Ministries of Finance and Agriculture and Rural Development says the Government will meet the cost of all infrastructure works.
Nhan Dan (The People)
20 Can Tho firms join Tet price stabilisation
In Can Tho 20 more firms have signed up for the city's Lunar New Year price stabilisation programme with stocks of goods worth nearly VND3 trillion (US$142 million).
The city Department of Industry and Trade has also signed agreements with businesses in HCM City and Mekong Delta provinces for goods to keep the market stable.
Sai Gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon)
Ministry greenlights food industry plan
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has approved a development plan for the food industry from now through 2020.
It envisages increasing the capacity of cake and candy production facilities to nearly 400,000 tonnes a year.
New ones will be set up in Quang Ninh or Hai Phong in the Northern Key Economic Region, Quang Ngai or Binh Dinh in the central region, and Can Tho or Ben Tre and Dong Nai or Tay Ninh in the south.
Quang Ngai and Dong Nai will each get a monosodium glutamate factory with a capacity of nearly 100,000 tonnes a year.
Thoi Bao Kinh Te Viet Nam (Viet Nam Economic Times)
Dong Thap to upgrade 2 waste dumps
The Dong Thap Province People's Committee has approved upgrades to two garbage dumps in Cao Lanh District's My Tho Commune and Sa Dec city.
They are chronically overloaded, causing environmental pollution.
Tin Tuc (News)
Province seeks proposed power plant's plan
The Thai Binh Province People's Committee has urged investor Electricity of Viet Nam (EVN) and Japanese contractor Marubeni Group to draft a power grid plan before starting work on the Thai Binh Thermal Power Plant No.1 in Thai Thuy District.
It promised to provide advantageous conditions for the builders to carry out the project.
The two firms will furnish the plan after Tet.
Dau Tu (Viet Nam Investment Review)