Two journalists received death threats earlier this week for reporting on an alleged parking racket at Long Biên market, the biggest wholesale market in Hà Nội.
The People’s Procuracy of Hà Nội has approved a request by the Investigative Police Agency to launch legal proceedings against three people for allegedly appropriating assets.
The Minister of Public Security has directed competent agencies to launch an investigation relating to the news that two journalists received death threats.
Hà Nội police on Monday announced that it has launched an official investigation into an alleged parking racket that might involve tens of billions đồng at the city’s biggest wholesale market of Long Biên.
A bridge in the capital city survived bombs during the American War of destruction.
However, it has been reeling under an invasion of garbage that has gathered underneath it.
Long Biên Bridge is an iconic structure in the Vietnamese capital. However, the lives of those living underneath reveal a different side to the landmark structure. Paul Kennedy reports.
Regarding the country’s key food distribution networks, wholesale markets have not yet undergone proper planning and development so far, according to experts.
Five agricultural wholesale markets will be built in Hà Nội despite the unresolved food hygiene and operational problems dogging city markets.
A viable wholesale agricultural market is an efficient link to connect distribution and production. However, difficulties such as food hygiene and safety challenge the development of the country’s agriculture, officials said at a seminar on Monday.
With farmers still having difficulty selling pigs, many businesses in HCM City have stepped up programmes to stimulate pork demand.