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Japan pledges over US$2 billion to 12 Vietnamese projects

The Japanese government has agreed to grant 202.926 billion yen (more than US$2 billion) in official development aid to Vietnam in the 2012–2013 fiscal year. The agreement formalising the pledge was signed in Hanoi on March 22 by Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Tanizaki Yasuaki and Vietnamese Minister of Planning and …

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Danang seaport to process 4.8 billion tonnes of goods

The seaport in the central city of Danang is aiming to process 4.8 billion tonnes of goods in 2013 despite the ongoing global economic difficulties. To reach the target, the seaport will receive an additional VND100 billion in investment for equipment purchases, VND150 billion for infrastructure construction and upgrades, and …

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Japan pledges US$2.6 billion in ODA to Vietnam

The Japanese Government has committed to grant US$2.6 billion in official development assistance (ODA) to Vietnam in 2013, nearly doubling last year’s figure (US$1.4 billion). The announcement was made by Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam, Tanizaki Yasuaki, at the three-day CG meeting which opened in Hanoi on December 10. He highly …

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Fund to set up to encourage PPP model in Vietnam

Vietnam may set up a fund which helps prepare and start investment projects under the mode of private public partnership (PPP). This could be seen as a solution to make PPP more popular in Vietnam. Dau tu has quoted its sources from the Ministry of Planning and Investment–as saying that …

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