Tianjin blasts death toll rises to 158

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Tianjin blasts death toll rises to 158

The death toll from the Tianjin warehouse explosions rose to 158 on Monday with 15 people still missing two weeks after the blasts.

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Japanese investor speaks out

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Japanese investor speaks out

Poor logistics and transport infrastructure and customs hassles are the major reasons for Viet Nam's inability to attract Japanese investment, a Japanese trade expert told a conference on investment promotion and logistics in Da Nang late last week.

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China rocked by second deadly chemical plant blast in two weeks

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China rocked by second deadly chemical plant blast in two weeks

A huge explosion ripped through a chemical plant in eastern China, killing one person and injuring nine, Xinhua news agency said, less than two weeks after two deadly blasts destroyed a warehouse storing chemicals in the northeast.

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China rocked by second deadly chemical plant blast in two weeks

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China rocked by second deadly chemical plant blast in two weeks

A huge explosion ripped through a chemical plant in eastern China, killing one person and injuring nine, Xinhua news agency said, less than two weeks after two deadly blasts destroyed a warehouse storing chemicals in the northeast.

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China's traffic police on alert after chemical blasts: Xinhua

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China's traffic police on alert after chemical blasts: Xinhua

Chinese traffic police are on high alert nationwide for dangerous chemicals, ten days after a warehouse exploded in northeastern China killing at least 116 people, state media said on Saturday.

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China authorities place rabbits, chickens near Tianjin blast site

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China authorities place rabbits, chickens near Tianjin blast site

Chinese authorities placed rabbits, chickens and pigeons near the scene of last week's massive explosions at a warehouse in the port city of Tianjin, according to Reuters Pictures, in an apparent attempt to calm fears about toxic chemicals in the air and water.

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Four new fires at China blast site, widespread safety hazards found

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Four new fires at China blast site, widespread safety hazards found

Four new fires have broken out at the site where two huge blasts last week killed 114 people, state media reported on Friday soon after officials said safety hazards were found at almost 70 percent of firms handling dangerous chemicals in Beijing.

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Safety hazards found at 70 percent of Beijing chemical firms inspected: Xinhua

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Báo Dân Trí English 2 week(s) ago 1 duplicate news

Safety hazards have been found at almost 70 percent of firms handling dangerous chemicals inspected in Beijing since two massive blasts killed 114 people last week, including a branch of Asia's largest refiner Sinopec Corp, state media reported.

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HCM City to save land for support industry

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HCM City to save land for support industry

City authorities plan to reserve 500ha of land for the support industry at several industrial parks until 2020.

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Cyanide in waters near China blast site 277 times acceptable level: govt report

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Cyanide in waters near China blast site 277 times acceptable level: govt report

Chinese authorities warned that cyanide levels in the waters around the Tianjin Port explosion site had risen to as much as 277 times acceptable levels although they declared that the city's drinking water was safe.

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State media: China firm used connections for hazmat permit

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State media: China firm used connections for hazmat permit

The son of a former police chief is one of two silent owners of the warehouse for hazardous materials in Tianjin where explosions killed at least 114 people, and used his connections to help obtain licenses despite safety violations, Chinese state media reported Wednesday.

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T&T Group exec becomes chairman of Quang Ninh Port JSC

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T&T Group exec becomes chairman of Quang Ninh Port JSC

Pham Ngoc Tuan, deputy general director of T&T Group, took over as chairman of the Quang Ninh Port Joint Stock Company on August 18. In April this year his company had bought 98 per cent of the port from the State-owned Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) as part of the continuing restructure of SOEs.

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Tianjin blasts spur new government response to public distrust

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Báo Thanh Niên English 2 week(s) ago

Tianjin blasts spur new government response to public distrust

Deadly blasts at a warehouse holding toxic material in Tianjin have raised familiar questions about safety in China, spurring a backlash among local residents and rare criticism from state-run media. Having faced similar outrage in previous disasters, officials are adapting how they respond.

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China investigates top work safety regulator after Tianjin blasts

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China investigates top work safety regulator after Tianjin blasts

Authorities are investigating the head of China's work safety regulator, the Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog said on Tuesday, a week after huge blasts in a warehouse storing hazardous chemicals killed 114 people in Tianjin.

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Protesters demand compensation for China blasts amid chemical clean-up

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Protesters demand compensation for China blasts amid chemical clean-up

Hundreds of residents displaced by huge explosions last week in the Chinese port of Tianjin demanded compensation on Monday, as authorities worked to complete a sweep of the blast site for dangerous chemicals.

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