Binh Dinh will speed up IT park project

HCMC-based TMA Solutions, the investor of TMA Binh Dinh IT Park project, June 11 inaugurated its TMA Binh Dinh in Quy Nhon city.Go »
US$61,6 mln invested in building Tra O solar power plant

The Vietnam Renewable Energy JSC (REVN) has been permitted to build a solar power plant in Tra O lagoon, located in My Chau commune in Phu My district.Go »
Water supply system installed in Nhon Hoi EZ

Vietnam HalCom, the project owner, is expected to implement the system in communes of Nhon Hoi, Cat Chanh, Phuoc Hoa.Go »
Industry promotion helps fisheries development

Binh Dinh is well suited for seafood production and processing. It is home to big lagoons, including the 1,200-1,400ha Tra O lagoon, 5,060ha Thi Nai lagoon, 1,600ha De Gi lagoon, in addition to lakes and the 300ha Tam Quan River estuary, which are all ideal for aquaculture.Go »
Bình Định province calls for S Korean investment

The central province of Bình Định introduced its potential to South Korean businesses on Monday, aiming to lure investment from the Northeast Asian nation.Go »
10-million USD IT park to be built in Binh Dinh

The TMA Binh Dinh IT Park will be built at an estimated cost of 10 million USD at the Quy Hoa science and education urban area in Quy Nhon city, the central coastal province of Binh Dinh, Chairman of TMA Solutions Nguyen Huu Le said.Go »
Hoa Sen group exports largest batch of sheet metal to Europe

Steel maker Hoa Sen Group May 8 exported 15,000 tonnes of sheet metal, the largest batch ever, to Europe from Quy Nhon port.Go »
New terminal opens at Phu Cat Airport

Vietnam Airlines, the national flag carrier of Vietnam, has officially moved its operation to a new terminal T1 at Phu Cat Airport since May 3.Go »
VietinBank to fund TMS’s project in Quy Nhon

Vietinbank-Phu Yen Branch will loan TMS Group VND600 billion to build the project. Hoa Binh Group becomes the contractor for the project.Go »
VND160 billion invested in LRAMP Project

About VND160 billion was approved by the provincial People's Committee to serve the “Local road assets management project” (LRAMP) project, funded by World Bank (WB).Go »
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