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Gov't Inspectorate halts pipeline probe

Update: August, 12/2014 - 09:15
The VND1.5 trillion (US$70.8 million) pipeline has broken nine times since it was put into use in 2009, disrupting the daily lives of about 70,000 living in Hoang Mai, Thanh Xuan and Tu Liem districts. — Photo giaothongvantai

HA NOI (VNS) — Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc approved a proposal from the Government Inspectorate of Viet Nam to suspend the investigation into the incidents leading to the rupture of the pipeline bringing water from the Da River to Ha Noi.

The move aimed to avoid overlap with the Ministry of Public Security investigation, which started July 29.

The Government inspectorate, following a July 25 order by Phuc, had started to investigate whether Vinaconex Clean Water Joint Stock Company under the Viet Nam Construction and Import-Export Corporation (Vinaconex) obeyed regulations in managing construction investment.

The VND1.5 trillion (US$70.8 million) pipeline has broken nine times since it was put into use in 2009, disrupting the daily lives of about 70,000 living in Hoang Mai, Thanh Xuan and Tu Liem districts. — VNS

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