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US$50 million project to provide drinking water to Central region

In Uncategorized on November 19, 2010 at 2:00 pm

N.Korea ready to provide torpedo sample over warship sinking

In Uncategorized on November 2, 2010 at 8:43 am

Hanoi to provide jobs to 135,000 people in 2010

In Uncategorized on August 12, 2010 at 7:22 pm




Hanoi to provide jobs to 135,000 people in 2010


QĐND – Thursday, August 12, 2010, 20:34 (GMT+7)

485,083 people in Hanoi were provided jobs from 2006 to 2009, according to the latest statistics released by the Hanoi Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs Department. About 121,207 people found jobs every year, accounting for achieving 104.49% of the city’s target.


Thanks to the new socio-economic development programs launched during the period, 75.3% of the total number of people of working age in the city got new jobs every year, while 24.7% benefited from loan programs and labour exports.


As a result, the unemployment rate in the city decreased from 6.2% in 2005 to 5% in 2010, said the city’s Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs Department.


Hanoi has also sent 15,368 labourers to work in foreign countries. On an average, 3,117 workers are sent abroad every year.


This year, the city is expected to provide further 135,000 workers and sending 4,000 other abroad.


Source: HNM/ Photo: Vnexpress


Translated by Duy Minh


Source: QDND

Russia to provide technology for Ninh Thuan nuclear power plant

In Uncategorized on May 28, 2010 at 1:09 pm

The Vietnamese Government has chosen Russia as the foreign partner to provide technology for Vietnam’s first nuclear power plant project in Ninh Thuan Province, Dr. Vuong Huu Tan, director of the Vietnam Institute for Nuclear Energy Institute, has said.


The decision to go ahead with the project was based on longstanding assessments made by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that the Russian nuclear power technology as safe, Mr. Tan explained.


He was speaking Thursday at a bi-annual international nuclear power exhibition in Hanoi on May 27-29.

Visitors look at an artist’s impression of the nuclear power plant in Ninh Thuan Province, displayed at an exhibition in Hanoi May 27-29 (Photo: VNExpress)

The Russian technology, with a capacity of 2,000 MWh, has been offered at a price of US$8 billion, equivalent to that of other countries’ technologies of the same kind, he said.


Besides Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam will select 8-10 other locations to build more nuclear power plants from now to 2030, he added.


The Government will ask for opinions from the National Assembly about those additional nuclear power projects, Mr. Tan said.


Ministry of Education and Training has signed an agreement with the Russian Nuclear Power Group on human resource training for Vietnam’s nuclear power sector, he said.


Under the agreement, Russian nuclear engineers will train about 40 Electricity of Vietnam Group staff members this year, he said, adding that the Ministry of Science and Technology will also arrange for training some of its staff members.


“Many preparations are being made so that the construction of the Ninh Thuan 1 nuclear power plant will start in 2014 and the first turbine will be put into operation in 2020,” Mr. Tan said.

Source: SGGP

Herbalists provide free services for traditional medicine week

In Uncategorized on May 18, 2010 at 9:09 am

Well-known herbalists from traditional hospitals in Ho Chi Minh City will provide free diagnosis, treatment and prescriptions to kick-off Herbal Medicine Week May 20.


The four-day event is being held in District 5 along several streets known for their herbal medicines.


The focus of the event will be at what is possibly Vietnam’s largest herbal medicine market, both wholesale and retail, located between Hai Thuong Lan Ong, Luong Nhu Hoc and Trieu Quang Phuc streets.


Some 126 booths will display oriental pharmaceutical products and lanterns will be hung along the three streets at night.


Renowned herbalists will give talks on cancer at a seminar.

Source: SGGP

RMIT seminar to provide a look at IT trends

In Vietnam Education on December 10, 2009 at 1:29 pm

Professionals and students can get to know about the latest IT technologies and trends at “Barcamp,” an educational event hosted by RMIT University December 13.








Attendees at the first Barcamp in Vietnam in 2008
The free technical seminar will cover a broad range of topics like programming, web design, technology use, education and entrepreneurship, with all content generated by seminar participants themselves.

Each attendee will lead a discussion, give or assist with a demonstration, or contribute in some other way to support the event. There will not be any audience, only participants.

The event will be in both Vietnamese and English and there will be volunteers to help delegates make their presentation in another language.

Attendance is free.

RMIT held the first Barcamp in Vietnam in November 2008.

The event has been held in more than 350 cities around the world since it debuted in California, the US, in 2005.
More information is available at
www.barcampsaigon.org
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Banks asked to provide sufficient loans

In Vietnam Banking Finance on November 22, 2009 at 12:27 pm

The State Bank of Vietnam’s governor ordered commercial banks November 20 to provide sufficient loans for production and business. 








Processing tra catfish for export at a factory in the Mekong Delta, one of the sectors which will be prioritized for loan grants following a directive from the Central Bank (Photo: SGGP)

Banks were asked to provide loans for agricultural, forestry and aquaculture production, agricultural product, processing and exports.  
 
The Central Bank asked banks to stabilize and mobilize funds especially in dong, closely monitor credit growth, and adjust their credit structure according to sector, field, and area, and limit the granting of loans to non-productive sectors.
 
Banks were also asked to re-schedule debt payment and interest rates for enterprises and production households who have sustained losses due to natural disasters.  
 
Credit growth has exceeded 33 percent leaving enterprises facing difficulties in obtaining loans. 


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UN agency to provide Vietnam swine-flu vaccine

In Vietnam Health on November 19, 2009 at 9:57 am

The World Health Organization will provide Vietnam 1.2 million doses of swine-flu vaccines but procedures to import the vaccines have not been completed, the National Steering Committee for A/H1N1 Prevention said November 18.








A student with swine flu being treated at Pham Ngoc Thach hospital in HCMC. WHO has agreed to provide Vietnam 1.2 million doses of vaccine against the disease (Photo: SGGP)

Dr Duong Quoc Cuong, head of the Medicine Management Department, said the Ministry of Health does not know the name of the vaccine that WHO would provide or who manufactures it but plans to buy a further 500,000 doses for high-risk groups after testing them.


However, Vietnam is familiar with four out of the five global A/H1N1 vaccine producers licensed by WHO.


The Preventive Health and Environment Department said 66 cases of swine flu were recorded in the country in the last week, with a 23-year-old woman from the southern province of Binh Phuoc succumbing to the disease.


The total tally in Vietnam is 10,866 infections and 42 deaths.


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HCMC to provide $23mil loan to stabilize food prices during Tet

In Vietnam Economy on October 22, 2009 at 6:05 am




HCMC to provide $23mil loan to stabilize food prices during Tet


QĐND – Wednesday, October 21, 2009, 20:7 (GMT+7)

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has approved a plan to provide interest-free loans worth VND422 billion (US$23.4 million) to 13 food suppliers to secure adequate supply and stabilize prices of certain goods during Lunar New Year (Tet) next February.


The eight essential food items authorities have in mind are rice, sugar, cooking oil, poultry and meat, eggs, processed foods, fruits, and vegetables.


The supply of certain items like fruits, vegetables, processed foods, and meat will be increased, with poultry supply raised by half to 3,000 tons.


The supply of duck meat will remain unchanged at 500 tons but that of eggs will increase to 25 million, up from 15 million last year.


The administration has ordered the13 firms that will take part in the program to ensure quality, hygiene and safety, and that their prices are 10 percent lower than in the market and supply is 20-40 percent higher than normal.


The plan envisages the firms setting up 1,508 retail outlets, a three-fold increase from last year.


City vice chairwoman Nguyen Thi Hong said the program is open to more firms that can assure stable supply and distribution of foods.


This year’s loan amount is higher because there will be more items and suppliers than last year when nine firms shared VND409 billion.


Saigon Co.op will get VND100 billion compared to VND53 billion last year since the supermarket chain has agreed to supply many items.


These beneficiaries have to use the loans for the agreed purpose and repay it in six months, failing which they cannot join the program again.


Tet falls on February 15 next year.


Source: VietNamNet/SGGP


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Hospitals can provide swine flu consultations

In Vietnam Health on September 18, 2009 at 4:17 pm

Under guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health on September 17, medical facilities around the country can set up consultations and take tests for those who do not suffer flu-like symptoms but still want a check-up.








A person who suspected of having A/H1N1 is being treated at the general Hospital in HCMC’s Thu Duc District (Photo: SGGP)

Workers in medical establishments need to provide timely treatment for suspect cases that have been in contact with those infected with swine flu.


Tamiflu should also be provided to those who are living in affected zones, even if they have not been tested, the ministry said.


The ministry also ordered hospitals in districts to keep infected people quarantined. Only seriously ill patients should be transferred from district hospitals to central hospitals.


Medics should strictly monitor those who are receiving treatment yet try to avoid moving people to other hospitals to avoid spreading the flu in the community.


On the same day, the ministry implemented prevention plans in southern and highland provinces where officials have neglected the virus.


Dr. Nguyen Huy Nga, director of the Department of Preventive Health and Environment, said the ministry is considering purchasing some dozes of vaccines for people belonging to high-risk groups, like those suffering chronic disease, the elderly, children, pregnant women and health workers.


He was also concerned that there will be a large outbreak during the upcoming flu season.


Dr. Nga said some provinces have ignored swine flu prevention and did not have detailed prevention plans.


The head of the Pasteur Institute, Tran Ngoc Huu, complained that his staffs are overloaded with conducting tests.


In addition, the institute owes VND4 billion for carrying out so many tests but the Ministry of Health has not provided any funds.


Health authorities on September 17 announced that 235 people tested positive for swine flu, raising the total number of A/H1N1 cases in the country to 5,961 with six deaths.


Of them, 4,593 people have been discharged from hospital, with the remaining being treated, all are reported to be in a stable condition.


Source: SGGP