Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc inaugurated three key traffic projects worth about $864 million invested by Sun Group on December 30th, 2018.
As the stock markets of Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines or Indonesia recorded net-selling activities from foreign investors, Vietnam’s market has still shown positive signs.
Quang Ninh provincial authority has petitioned the Government to approve a high class casino project, which will draw more investors and tourists after Van Don international airport and Ha Long - Van Don Expressway put into operation today.
Once the $420-million multi-purpose entertainment complex - Horse racing course project is put into operation, it will contribute around $40 million to the State budget each year.
Located in Thanh Hoa province, Nghi Son oil refinery and petrochemical complex is the biggest project in terms of construction scale and total investment capital.
Thailand-based Amata Group, the world's leading industrial city developer has commenced the construction of the Song Khoai industrial park, the first phase of the Amata City Halong project, on an area of 714 hectares.
Vietnam’s Cam Ranh is soaring for the stars with Bangkok Airways emerging as the latest in a string of airlines to unveil a direct route to the pristine coastal destination.
The Asian Development Bank has approved a $100.6-million loan to support Vietnamese Government’s reform effort to improve health service delivery and the quality of health care providers, especially in poor, border areas and a $45 million loan to help Vietnam transform secondary towns into more economically inclusive, competitive tourism destinations.
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency has announced its intention to support Vietnam Electricity Corporation to develop a liquefied natural gas terminal in the southern part of the country.
Malaysia-based budget AirAsia has just signed a memorandum of cooperation with Hai Au Aviation, reaffirming its intention to set up a low-cost carrier in the market.
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