Construction Activities
 

After Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, and Binh Duong, Dong Nai is the next locality selected to pilot a smart city development model through cooperation with major corporations.

 

The northern province of Quang Ninh launched construction of an 18-kilometre coastal highway connecting the two cities of Ha Long and Cam Pha on August 22.

 

The construction sector has expected that 65 percent of its workforce will be trained by 2020.

 

The Ministry of Construction’s latest draft regulations on apartment building management and use stipulates that there should be three to five co-holders of the apartment maintenance fund.

 

Green urban planning in Ho Chi Minh City’s inner districts should be based on a long-term vision to avoid wastage of land, reduce pollution and improve people’s living standards, a top city leader has said.

 

Up to 84.2 percent of the communes in the capital city of Hanoi have met the standards for new-style rural areas as of April this year.

 

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment held an international seminar in Hanoi on August 14 to discuss urban solid waste management to meet demand for circular economic development.

 

Some 300 shelters will be built at public bus stops in Hanoi’s 17 outlying districts and Son Tay town.

 

The Ministry of Transport will announce the adjustment plan of Noi Bai International Airport in the third quarter of this year.

 

Ho Chi Minh City hopes that the International Finance Corporation (IFC) will continue to help the city deal with challenges in urban transport, infrastructure construction and waste treatment, thus ensuring sustainable development, a local official said on August 12. 

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