Deputy Prime Minister Trương Hoà Bình has asked the People’s Committee in southern Bình Thuận Province to promptly supervise titanium mining activities, which were supposed to have been halted years ago due to the serious impact on the environment.
Vietnamese shares added value nationwide in the last trading session of the week but suffered low liquidity, as oil and bank shares took the spotlight in spite of previous steep declines.
Cần Thơ Mineral and Cement Joint Stock Company will cancel its listing on the Hà Nội Stock Exchange planned for June 29, the stock exchange has announced.
The Ministry of Construction has offered nearly 80.58 million shares of the largest ceramics producer Viglacera in an attempt to offload the State capital in the company.
The country’s southern-most province is hoping its famous Cà Mau Cape tourism area will become the largest key economic area in the province by 2025, baochinhphu.vn online newspaper reported.
Local authorities in Bình Dương Province’s Thuận An Town are taking steps to promote the area’s famous Lái Thiêu mangosteen, a fruit specialty cultivated since the 19th century in the southeastern province.
Australia’s The Woolmark Company has organised the first Merino Wool Awareness Day in Hà Nội to highlight the benefits of Merino wool.
Vietnamese Vice President Đặng Thị Ngọc Thịnh concluded her official visit to Laos after leaving the country’s Luang Prabang Province yesterday.
The retail price of biofuel E5 RON 92 fell by VNĐ329 to trade at a maximum of VNĐ19,611 (US$0.85) per litre at 3pm today, the Ministries of Industry and Trade and Finance announced.
Việt Nam’s favourable geographical location as well as its strong import demand and preferences brought by free trade agreements (FTAs) make exporting wood products to Australia a viable prospect.