Construction Activities

The number of newly built schools in Hanoi in 2008-2018 was 37 percent higher than planned, but the capital city is still lacking schools.


The People's Committee of Vung Tau city has adjusted a master plan for the city that was initially approved by the Prime Minister in May.


Three years after a five-year plan to renovate half of the 476 old tenements was announced by Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities, only a fraction of them have been refurbished or rebuilt, causing suffering to many people living in them


The northeastern coastal province of Quang Ninh has completed land clearance for the construction of Van Don – Mong Cai highway, a local official has said.


Experience of Japan in developing public transport network was shared at a workshop in Hanoi on July 10.


The prospects of cement enterprises in the second half of the year will continue to improve, especially during the construction season at the end of the year, according to Chairman of the Vietnam Cement Association (VNCA) Nguyen Quang Cung.


The east of Hanoi leads the new supply of landed property, covering 80 percent of the total new launch in the first half of 2019, property consultancy CRBE Vietnam announced in an event to review the capital city’s real estate market from January to June and the future trends.


Leaders of Switzerland’s Credit Suisse and Aebi Schmidt Holding (ASH) Company expressed interest in smart urban development in Ho Chi Minh City during a meeting with Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Tran Vinh Tuyen on July 8.


Hanoi plans to borrow $1.48 billion from official development assistance funds (ODA) to build a metro section in 2021.


Work started on July 6 on a factory that is set to supply clean water to more than 100,000 residents in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre.

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