Street vendor spaces on paper, not concrete
Ambitious plans to establish designated areas for street vendors in both Hà Nội and HCM City are still unable to materialise, a few months after a resounding “sidewalk clean-up” campaign fuelled debates over future of the uncountable street vendors.
More than 23,000 units of blood were collected during a 20-day Red Journey blood donation campaign in 20 provinces and cities.
Thousands gathered at the old Quảng Trị Citadel yesterday morning for a requiem for soldiers who died during a 81-day battle here during the summer of 1972. This year’s event also marks the 70th War Invalids and Martyrs Day and the battle of Quảng Trị Citaldel’s 45th anniversary.
Việt Nam wastes at least VNĐ23 (US$1 billion) annually on fertilisation, experts said and called for replacement of conventional fertiliser with more hi-tech products.
It’s 6AM on a summer morning, and a group of children are doing warm-up exercises to prepare their muscles for a special kind of swimming class.
Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng yesterday ordered relevant agencies to tightly supervise developments of floods in upstream of reservoirs as well as the dyke system to ensure safety of multi-reservoir operation in Hồng (Red) River basin.
Participants at a conference about developing transport infrastructure in the northwest region held today in Hà Nội agreed that transport infrastructure construction has not met demand and thus has not yet created strong foundations for economic and social development.
July 21, 2017
Local authorities agreed yesterday on a plan to build four hydropower plants in the mountainous district of Nam Trà My. The four plants will have a design capacity of 78.8 MW and cover an area of about 144 ha.
Support for beneficiaries of special policies, including heroic martyrs, is being continued this year, with increases in funding for people in need, the deputy chairwoman of the city’s People’s Committee has said.