The HCM City's People's Committee has urged the city's Transport Department to work with relevant agencies to supply clean water for 36,000 households in 73 areas in the districts of Hoc Mon, Binh Chanh, Binh Tan and Thu Duc and District 12 by the end of this month.
The department has also been asked to develop a plan to supply clean water for 230,000 families in HCM City next year.
SAI GON GIAI PHONG (LIBERATED SAI GON)
Tardy tourism project revoked
Chairman of the central Quang Nam Province's People's Committee, Dinh Van Thu, has asked the provincial Department of Planning and Investment to revoke the licence of a 6.8-hectare hotel project due to its tardiness.
Invested by the Tay Nguyen Cable Television Join-Stock Company, at Cam Chau and Cam Nam wards, Cam Thanh Commune, Hoi An City, the project's work began in July 2012, but nothing has been completed.
DAU TU (INVESTMENT)
$84m allocated for urban development
PM Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a decision to allocate VND1.807 trillion (US$84.53 million), sourced for the State Budget in 2014, for 43 provinces and cities under the central government to develop urgent projects, mostly for urban development.
The Finance Ministry will announce the list of projects that can receive financial support. The provinces and cities are responsible for managing and using the capital for proper purposes under the regulations. They will also need to mobilise capital from other sources to develop the projects.
LAO DONG (LABOUR)
Tay Ninh okays $86m investment plan
The People's Committee of the southern province of Tay Ninh has approved an investment plan for 2015, which will use VND1.856 trillion ($86.82 million) from the provincial budget, a rise of nearly VND400 billion ($18.71 million) over 2014.
The province will place priority on projects of infrastructure, construction of new rural area, urban development, national defence and security, healthcare and education and social welfare.
Under the plan, VND160 billion will be for road projects, VND84 billion for education and vocational training projects and 139 billion for healthcare projects.
THOI BAO KINH TE VIET NAM (VIET NAM ECONOMIC TIMES)