Construction Activities

The World Bank group is committed to continuing to assist Vietnam in developing infrastructure, Makhtar Diop, WB Vice President for Infrastructure said in his first visit to Vietnam from February 20-22.


The People’s Committee of Lam Dong released on February 21 a master plan, approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, to turn the Dankia – Suoi Vang area into a national tourism site by 2030.


The Ministry of Construction, in coordination with the Korea Land and Housing Corporation held a seminar in Hanoi on February 21 to discuss the building of general social housing policies in Vietnam for the 2021-2030 period.


Vietnam’s real estate race is becoming hotter than ever with the growing attention of many domestic and foreign investors and a record amount of investment in recent years.


Production and sales of cement and clinkers of Vietnam have risen in recent years. But to maintain the growth, experts suggested that the industry should make comprehensive reforms, apply advanced technology to improve production and optimise the efficiency of natural resources.


Experts have said improving the transparency of the real estate market is critical to prevent inflated prices and ensure stable development.


A smart traffic monitoring and operation centre, the first of its kind in Vietnam, was opened on February 18 by the Saigon River Tunnel Management Centre.


Robots using Italian technology will be used for the implementation of the Nhon-Hanoi Station metro project.


Hanoi is willing to cooperate with and learn from Russian enterprises’ experience in building an e-Government, said Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung. 


Da Nang authorities have selected Singaporean-based firms Sakae Corporate Advisory and Surbana Jurong to design the central city’s master plan and economic development strategy towards 2030.

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