Wednesday, November 22 2017

VietNamNews

Inspectors step up petrol station checks

Update: December, 04/2014 - 09:45
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has strengthened inspections of petrol stations in order to prevent trade fraud. He has asked the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Science and Technology and people's committees in provinces and cities to report inspection results to Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung by the end of the next first quarter. The Deputy PM praised the Department of Science and Technology and police in the central province of Nghe An for its issuance of fines to violators.

Nhan Dan (The People)

Oil refinery complex approved

Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai on Tuesday approved the Victory petrochemical and oil refinery complex project in central Binh Dinh Province's Nhon Hoi Economic Zone as part of the 2015 Viet Nam Oil and Gas Development Plan. Man Ngoc Ly, head of the Management Authority of Binh Dinh Economic Zone, said the project was invested in by the Petroleum Authority of Thailand and its partner Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Saudi Aramco. With total capital of US$22 billion, its capacity is 400,000 barrels of oil per day

Lao Dong (Labour)

PM approves hospital plan

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung approved the plan for the second phase of the project to build the Cho Ray- Phnom Penh Hospital, submitted by the HCM City People's Committee. The Prime Minister will allow the city People's Committee to select more companies to invest in the second phase along with the Sai Gon Medical Investment Joint-Stock Company.

Tin Tuc (News)

Ancient wells in Quang Tri need restoration

Old wells in Gio Linh District's Gio An Commune in the central province of Quang Tri need to be restored, according to Quang Tri Monument Conservation Centre. Nguyen Quang Chuc, the centre's deputy head, said the centre had submitted a plan to local agencies. Fourteen wells created by indigenous Champa 2,000 years ago were recognised as a national cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 2001.

Hills above the wells are now covered with rubber trees, which has affected storage of rain water in the wells. Also, people have damaged the wells through various activities.

Tuoi Tre (Youth)

Send Us Your Comments:

See also: