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Da Lat flowers receive trademarks

Update: November, 26/2013 - 10:03
The People's Committee of Central Highland Lam Dong Province has provided the trademark of Da Lat Flower to rose, daisy, lisianthus, carnation and gladiolus.

The right to use the trademark was given to 42 individuals and organisations in the city and its neighbouring areas for trading and advertising.

Lao Dong (Labour)

Agriculture sector in need of fertiliser

Chemical fertilisers for the country's agricultural production next year will be 11 million tonnes, an increase of 700,000 tonnes compared to this year.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, currently, the domestic fertiliser production industry meets the need of urea, phosphate and NPK.

However, DAP fertiliser supply is only 30 per cent of the need. All Kalium fertiliser in the country is imported.

Nhan Dan (The People)

Fines to be issued for banned food additives

Violators for using banned food additive will be fined VND70 million-100 million (US$3,333-4,761) under a new decree on food safety that takes effect at the end of December.

Fines of VND40 million-50 million ($1,904-2,380) will be handed out to violators who sell food without labels of origin.

Sai Gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon)

Bac Kan Province plans vocational training

The northern mountainous province of Bac Kan plans to offer more training to improve skills of workers, especially those who go abroad.

The province aims to recruit at least 840 people each year to attend vocational training courses to work abroad under the province's labor export projects.

Since 2009, the province has sent 1,530 people to other countries to work.

Tin Tuc (News)

Hai Duong continues to draw FDI

The northern province of Hai Duong in the first 10 months attracted 17 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with total registered capital of $60 million.

The figures were released by the province's Department of Planning and Investment, which added that its 12 existing FDI projects also increased investment capital by nearly $100 million.

Dau Tu (Viet Nam Investment Review)



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