Construction Activities

The United Kingdom’s experience in land registration and land information system (LIS) was shared at a seminar co-hosted by the Vietnam General Department of Land Administration and the UK Embassy in Vietnam on August 31.


The northern coastal province of Quang Ninh has outlined comprehensive measures to attract key projects in trade, aiming to become a leading service centre in the country.


The Government has issued a resolution assigning major tasks for ministries and local authorities and asking them to identify solutions to obstacles relating to policies and investment schemes in the construction sector.


HCM City is seeking help from the Prime Minister to resolve a financial conflict that has led to the suspension of the city’s multi-million dollar anti-flooding project.


Ho Chi Minh City will push ahead with solutions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, joining the nation’s efforts to realise the Paris Agreement on climate change.


The Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) and Japan’s Industrial Science and Technology and Environment Bureau signed an agreement on September 4 to promote cooperation in human resources development in the field of pollution control in Vietnam.


Unbaked construction materials are targeted to account for 30-40% of all materials used for building by 2020, according to a circular that has been approved by the Government.


Connecting smart cities is considered an effective solution to addressing urbanisation and development challenges in the Mekong Delta, experts said at a workshop in Can Tho city on September 4.


A ceremony was held in Da Nang central city on August 31 to receive the title of National Capital 2018 by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)’s One Planet City Challenge programme.


A working delegation from the Ministry of Construction led by Deputy Minister Phan Thi My Linh attended a seminar on building smart, green and energy-saving cities of the Netherlands held in The Hague on August 28.

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