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Dak Lak Province organises logo competition

Update: August, 13/2008 - 00:00

Domestic Press Highlights

(14-08-2008)

Dak Lak Province organises logo competition

Dak Lak Province’s People’s Committee has launched a competition to create a logo on the occasion of the 105th anniversary of Buon Ma Thuot City’s founding and the 35th anniversary of liberation. The logo will be used in many kinds of events during 2009-10. Send samples to Dak Lak’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism at 17 Phan Boi Chau Street, Buon Ma Thuot City, Dak Lak Province. The deadline is January 1, 2009.

Nhan Dan (The People)

HCM City donates scholarships to poor students

HCM City’s Fatherland Front Committee, Sai Gon Trade Corporation and Phu My TAMUOH Company on Tuesday granted 333 scholarships and bikes for poor students in the two poorest wards of District 9. On the occasion, the HCM City’s Fund for the Poor donated 799 scholarships, three bikes for poor students in District 9’s Truong Thanh, Phu Huu, Long Truong, Long Phuoc wards.

Sai Gon Giai Phong (Liberated Saigon)

Industrial park in Can Tho attracts $120m

According to Can Tho-based industrial parks (IPs) and processing zones (PZs), to date, the Thot Not Industrial Park has attracted 20 projects with registered capital of VND2,000 billion (US$120 million). Four projects have been put into operation, two have been completed, and the rest are in the process of finishing investment procedures. According to the management board of the Can Tho-based IPs and PZs, several investors want to invest in the IP but slow approval of land clearance has hindered development.

Dau Tu (Vietnam Investment Review)

Da Nang builds houses for poor women

Nguyen Thi Van Lan, chairwoman of the Da Nang City’s association for poor women and children, said the city had invested VND10billion (US$600,384) to build 126 houses to rent to poor women and single mothers. Each house has an area of 67 square metres and will rent for VND100,000 per month. The rental cost will be reduced by 50 per cent to women who are from families covered by Government’s social welfare policies.

Thanh Nien (Young People)

 

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