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The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment’s General Department of Land Administration (GDLA) held a seminar in Hanoi on March 15 to discuss Japan’s experience in operating land registration system.

 

The construction of Long Thanh International Airport in the southern province of Dong Nai is likely to be completed within three years, ahead of schedule, Deputy Minister of Transport Le Dinh Tho has unveiled.

 

The Ministry of Construction has asked provinces and cities to report on home ownership by foreigners and Viet kieu (overseas Vietnamese) in Vietnam.

 

Can Tho, the most populated city in the Mekong Delta region, aims to become the first smart city in the southwestern region by 2025, according to Dao Anh Dung, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee.

 

A project to build more than 430 houses resilient to storms and floods for needy households in coastal areas of the central province of Thua Thien-Hue will be carried out from 2019 to 2020.

 

 

Developing renewable energy is one of the priorities of Vietnam to gradually reduce the dependence on traditional forms of power generation in order to protect the environment and promote sustainable development of the country and others in the region, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Cao Quoc Hung said at an international workshop in Hanoi on March 12.

 

Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has advised Dak Lak province to map out a master plan with long-term vision regarding the areas of socio-economic development, space, infrastructure construction and land, among others, in association with regional planning and national product planning.

 

Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of southwestern Tay Ninh province Duong Van Thang has recently signed a decision approving a detail construction planning scheme for Tan Nam international border gate in Tan Bien district.

 

Hanoi’s authorities will tighten control of construction activities in the city in a bid to reduce the number of work-related accidents.

 

Although the dry season has yet to reach its peak, many reservoirs in the Central Highlands have recorded seriously receded water levels, leading to water scarcity for agriculture.

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