Vietnam seaports’ potential cramped by underdeveloped infrastructure

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Báo Dân Trí English 55 month(s) ago 1 related news

Vietnam seaports’ potential cramped by underdeveloped infrastructure

Several world-class seaports will be put into operation in the next several years but cranes and wharfs are not enough. Surrounding infrastructure and service facilities that enable fast customs clearance and low costs for moving goods are essential if Vietnamese seaports are to hope to become transhipment ports for the region and the world.

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To turn Vietnam into a sea power

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VietnamNet English 55 month(s) ago 1 related news

To turn Vietnam into a sea power

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s coast extends for 3260 kilometers. Vietnam’s sea area is three times our land area. Half of our population lives near the coast. The world’s busiest sea route passes through our seas. With these advantages, it’s ironic that Vietnam has never been considered a seafaring nation. How can the country accomplish that, and even more, become a sea power?”

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