Ministry sets up plan to protect Vietnamese workers in Libya

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Ministry sets up plan to protect Vietnamese workers in Libya

The Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) is expected to submit to the government a plan on Wednesday to ensure safety for Vietnamese workers in Libya, where the fighting situation is escalating.

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Lacking skilled workers, Chinese contractors stop project

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Lacking skilled workers, Chinese contractors stop project

VietNamNet Bridge – Chinese contractors at the Thuong Kon Tum hydropower plant have threatened to stop the project, citing problems in worker recruitment.

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Aboveground metro station breaks ground in Vietnam’s southern hub

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Aboveground metro station breaks ground in Vietnam’s southern hub

Construction of an aboveground station of the Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien metro system, the first in Vietnam so far, kicked off in Thu Duc District, Ho Chi Minh City on Monday, according to the HCMC Urban Railway Management Board.

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Vinalines loses lawsuit, must pay VND65 billion to S. Korean partner

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Vinalines loses lawsuit, must pay VND65 billion to S. Korean partner

VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC) has decided that Vinalines, the largest shipping corporation in the country, must pay VND65.2 billion in compensation to its South Korean partner for breaking a contract signed between the two parties.

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Snowden seeks to develop anti-surveillance technologies

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Snowden seeks to develop anti-surveillance technologies

Edward Snowden, a former U.S. spy agency contractor who leaked details of major U.S. surveillance programs, called on supporters at a hacking conference to spur development of easy-to-use technologies to subvert government surveillance programs around the globe.

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Ministry to tighten control over foreign workers’ entry to Vietnam

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Ministry to tighten control over foreign workers’ entry to Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The irresponsibility of the local authorities is the main reason why Chinese unskilled workers can continue to work in Vietnam despite strict regulations set up to prevent them.

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Transport Minister blames Chinese, Korean contractors for slow projects

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Transport Minister blames Chinese, Korean contractors for slow projects

Transport Minister Dinh La Thang complained about the slow progress of several transport projects contracted to Chinese and South Korean firms.

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HCM City, Japan sign a metro contract

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HCM City, Japan sign a metro contract

(VOV) -The Ho Chi Minh City Management Authority for Urban Railways and Japanese consortium contractor Shimizu-Meada on July 21 signed a contract (bidding package 1B) to build two metro stations in HCM City.

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Vietnam supervises recruitment of over 3,600 Chinese workers by Chinese contractor

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Vietnam supervises recruitment of over 3,600 Chinese workers by Chinese contractor

State inspectors in southern Tra Vinh Province have requested that the Chinese contractor of a local thermal power project elaborate on its plans for the recruitment of over 3,600 Chinese workers by 2017, said Duong Quang Ngoc, deputy director of the provincial Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs.

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Vinalines appealing $3.1 million fine

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Vinalines appealing $3.1 million fine

A big player in the local shipping industry, Vinalines is faced with having to pay a fine amounting to VND65 billion ($3.1 million). The fine is the result of a contract violation involving Vinalines’ implementation of its Van Phong international transshipment port project in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa.

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Public outcry over work permits granted to 2,100 Chinese

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Public outcry over work permits granted to 2,100 Chinese

VietNamNet Bridge – The southern province of Tra Vinh granting of work permits to 2,100 Chinese workers has caused an outcry among the public.

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Important changes to procurement law

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Important changes to procurement law

VietNamNet Bridge – Contractors should take note of some useful additions to the Law on Public Procurement, which took effect July 1.

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National shipping yard faces huge penalty by South Korean company for halt of port project

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National shipping yard faces huge penalty by South Korean company for halt of port project

The Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) has been asked for compensation by a South Korean contractor to pay VND65 billion (US$3.07 million) for breach of contract in Van Phong transshipment port project, said Mr. Nguyen Nhat, head of the Vietnam Maritime Administration on July 13.

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Russia likely to prolong asylum for fugitive Snowden - Interfax

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Russia likely to prolong asylum for fugitive Snowden - Interfax

MOSCOW, July 11 - Russia will most probably extend former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden's temporary asylum on the grounds that "his life is endangered", an official close to the country's Federal Migration Service (FMS) was quoted as saying on Friday.

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Massive central highway project to soon be underway

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Massive central highway project to soon be underway

Great efforts are being taken to finish first phase construction on the billion-dollar Ben Luc-Long Thanh expressway project by late this year.

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