|Minister of Construction Trinh Dinh Dung receives Taisei Corporation of Japan|
|On 11 April, at the office of Ministry of Construction (MOC), Minister Trinh Dinh Dung had a working section with Taisei Corporation of Japan. At the meeting, the Chairman of Taisei Corporation has reported to the Minister about its establishment and operation. Accordingly, the Corporation established in 1873 and played an important role in the construction and development of the domestic economy.|
At 9am 15 April, the Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang with other members had been poured the final concrete girder to Nhat Tan Bridge across the Red River. The work is just the shift phase in the process of finalizing the project, the remaining workload is still large, the project management board will require the contractors to focus and mobilize the maximum resources to complete in October 2014 on 60th anniversary of the Liberation of Capital accordance with the direction of the Government and the Ministry of Transport.
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The Liberal Democratic Party, Japan’s administration party revealed on March 26 its proposal for exceptional measures to promote foreign labor participation in Japanese construction workforce.
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|Asia Geospatial Excellence Awards at Asia Geospatial Forum 2012|
|The exhibition of Asia Geospatial Forum in Viet Nam|
The Asahi Shimbun, one of the Japan’s top media agencies announced that it will jointly with Takenaka Corp. break ground to build a high-rise in Nakanoshima, Osaka in June. The 41-story building will have a high end hotel, a museum and offices with the total floor space of 150,000m2. It was designed by Nikken Sekkei and Takenaka will be in charge of construction. Completion is due in spring 2017.
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|VND327 billion for Rex Hotel upgrade|
|TDB Parkson shopping center gets off the ground|
|Accor opens Novotel Saigon Centre|
Perhaps on the country of Viet Nam, there is no village or commune that has no market, where it is crushed at three small shops gathered in convenient places on the waterfronts, next to the village temples or village roads.
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|H’Mong minority children in the top 11 of 2012 Photo Contest|
|Pianist releases Chopin album in Vietnam|
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Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan provided Ministry of Construction of Vietnam with the cost estimation standards for the pipe-jacking method of sewer construction. The ministry expects Japanese companies to export the method which enables to build sewerage pipes without cutting. Vietnam plans to develop sewer networks in metropolitan regions such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, which suffer from serious traffic congestions.
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|Opportunity for digital music market|
|Enertec Expo 2012 gets underway in HCM City|
|Ninh Binh trials free high speed wifi services|
(VOV) - A cooperation programme between aviation companies and tour operators to stimulate domestic tourism has yet to pay off as the number of holiday-makers did not increase as much as expected.
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Entering a restaurant on Nam Trang Street, Ba Dinh District, visitors seem to get lost in an open space of objects reminding them of the subsidized economy before 1986.
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|20 northern queens selected for Miss Vietnam 2012|
|Lao students attend beauty contest in Hue|
|Miss Vietnams strut their stuff at fashion show|
(VOV) - Hanoi is one of most attractive destinations for foreign tourists thanks to its colorful nightlife, enriched by night markets, delicious food, cozy atmosphere and busy streets.
|Foreign tourists impressed by Hanoi nightlife|
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|Travelling Hải Vân Pass|
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