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maandag 31 juli 2017

Vietnam: Ca Mau looks to attract investment in tourism

Ca Mau looks to attract investment in tourism

The southernmost province of Ca Mau is calling for investment in two tourism projects worth VND1.2 trillion (US$52.7 million) in Dat Mui (Cape Ca Mau) tourism area in Ngoc Hien District, and along the Trem River in Thoi Binh district.

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Tra Vinh strives to attract more investment projects

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The economic zone management board of the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh is taking a range of measures in a bid to lure at least 3-5 more investment projects in the remaining months of this year. It also expects that the remaining area of 8 hectares in Long Duc Industrial Park will be fully occupied by investors.

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Mekong Delta firms advised to foster connectivity

Mekong Delta enterprises should foster connectivity and cooperation, while strengthening the application of high technology in production and business, said Vo Hung Dung, Director of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Can Tho city.

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Foreign capital reaches nearly 22 billion USD

As of July 20, foreign investors in Vietnam have so far this year registered investment worth nearly 22 billion USD, up 52 percent from the same period last year. The capital was earmarked for 18 sectors, with processing-manufacturing industry attracting the most, at 10.38 billion USD. Electricity production and mining followed with 5.25 billion USD and 1.28 billion USD, respectively.

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The ick factor: Dutch project making bike lanes and bottles from used loo roll

A pilot scheme in the Netherlands is sifting sewage for cellulose, which it says can be recycled into valuable products. When you flush the toilet, you're probably not thinking about bike lanes or home insulation. But that's where your used loo roll could one day end up if a Dutch project to extract cellulose from sewage rolls out.

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