Foreign-invested industrial zones thriving in Vietnam

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Foreign-invested industrial zones thriving in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The major difference between Vietnamese-owned and foreign-invested industrial zones (IZs) is that the former aim to lease land to businesses, while the latter, which have had great success, want to provide industrial infrastructure, as required by investors.

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State Audit to check multiple big-ticket projects

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State Audit to check multiple big-ticket projects

State Audit of Vietnam will inspect many infrastructure projects this year with their investment costs amounting to trillions of Vietnam dong, such as the newly-opened Terminal T2 at Noi Bai International Airport and HCMC-Long Thanh-Dau Giay Expressway, according to VietnamPlus.

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Mammoth Thai-invested refinery gets nod to enter Vietnam’s 2015-2025 oil sector planning

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Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on Friday gave the green light for the oil refinery project Victory to be added to the country’s oil and gas sector development plan in the 2015-2025 period.

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Mysterious fossilized tooth remains family treasure in southern Vietnam

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Mysterious fossilized tooth remains family treasure in southern Vietnam

A family in Binh Phuoc Province that owns what appears to be a large fossilized tooth has remained unidentified by archaeologists for ages.

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Steel investors withdraw from project, leaving bad taste in locals’ mouths

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Steel investors withdraw from project, leaving bad taste in locals’ mouths

VietNamNet Bridge – The mammoth $3 billion Guang Lian steel complex is very likely to be crossed off the list of foreign-invested projects in Vietnam as some investors have left, and the only remaining investor is considering leaving.

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Japan’s JFE exits $3bn Taiwanese steel project in Vietnam, citing ‘oversupply’

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Japan’s JFE exits $3bn Taiwanese steel project in Vietnam, citing ‘oversupply’

Japan's second largest steelmaker JFE Steel Corporation announced on Tuesday that it has pulled out of a mammoth Taiwanese project in central Vietnam after two years of studying the feasibility of the US$3 billion steel sheet production plant.

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Saudi firm to join Thailand’s PTT in $20bn Vietnam oil complex

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Saudi firm to join Thailand’s PTT in $20bn Vietnam oil complex

Top Thai energy firm PTT Pcl has completed its feasibility study on a mammoth refinery and petrochemical complex in Vietnam, including the presence of a new partner from Saudi Arabia, a Vietnamese official said Friday.

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Thailand’s Amata to build $530mn complex in southern Vietnam

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Thailand’s Amata to build $530mn complex in southern Vietnam

Thailand’s Amata Corporation Plc closed a deal on Thursday with a southern Vietnamese province on several cooperation programs, including the establishment of a US$530 million complex in the locality.

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Formosa still committed to US$10bln steel plant

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Formosa Plastics Group, the largest industrial conglomerate in Taiwan, still remains committed to the construction of the mammoth integrated steel mill in Vietnam, despite the Vietnamese government’s rejection of a special economic zone designation for the project.

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Gencos lack attraction

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Gencos lack attraction

Despite optimism from the group’s leaders, state-owned Electricity of Vietnam and its power generation subsidiaries are still facing mammoth obstacles to finishing their mandated equitisation.

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Formosa still committed to US$10bln steel plant

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Formosa Plastics Group, the largest industrial conglomerate in Taiwan, still remains committed to the construction of the mammoth integrated steel mill in Vietnam, despite the Vietnamese government’s rejection of a special economic zone designation for the project.

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Vietnam requires dairy firms to set annual price caps

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Vietnam requires dairy firms to set annual price caps

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung approved a Finance Ministry plan, Tuesday, designed to impose one-year price caps on children's dairy products, after researchers reported the major firms had implemented price hikes in spite of huge profits.

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Mammoth desalination equipment shipped to Saudi Arabia from Vietnam

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Mammoth desalination equipment shipped to Saudi Arabia from Vietnam

Doosan Vina, a Korean heavy industry manufacturer based in central Vietnam, announced Monday the completion of its newly-made desalination equipment about the size of a football (soccer) field under an order from a Saudi Arabian partner.

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Doosan Vina ships desalination evaporator to Saudi Arabia

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Doosan Vina ships desalination evaporator to Saudi Arabia

(VOV) -Doosan Vina’s Water Shop announced on April 21 that they has tightened down the final bolts on a 4,500 ton plug-n-play multistage flash desalination evaporator and shipped it to Saudi Arabia.

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Vietnam has had enough of hundred-billion dollar projects

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Vietnam has had enough of hundred-billion dollar projects

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam, having been burned several times with “super projects”, now casts a suspicious eye on proposals for mammoth, multi-billion dollar projects.

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