WB-funded bridges put in use, more to be finished

Funded by the World Bank through the Local Road Assets Management Project (LRAMP), six bridges have just put in use in the central province of Binh Dinh whilst 16 bridges are being built.Go »
Another bilingual school project to be built in Binh Dinh

Khai Sang Joint Stock Company planned to build an inter-level bilingual school system in then central province of Binh Dinh.Go »
1,500 job opportunities offered to Quy Nhon University’s students

A job fair was held on Saturday at Quy Nhon University, seeing the participation of 17 entrepreneurs and thousands of students.Go »
Quy Nhon listed in ICCA’s destinations for int’l conferences

Quy Nhon city, the hub of Binh Dinh province, has been listed for the first time by as one of popular venues for international conferences in 2018.Go »
Nearly 4,500 runners to join VnExpress Marathon 2019

Nearly 4,500 people has registered to join the “VnExpress Marathon 2019” competition so far, jointly organised by VnExpress online newspaper and Binh Dinh Province People’s Committee.Go »
VESAMO donates US$7,000 to AO victims

The RoK Association of People Loving Vietnam (VESAMO) donated US$7,000 to Agent Orange victims living in the province of Binh Dinh.Go »
Bình Định, a paradise in central Việt Nam

Bình Định is considered a paradise in Việt Nam’s central region for its many pristine beaches and islands as well as its cultural and historical sites.Go »
Two fishing boats found violated foreign waters in Q1

The report released by Binh Dinh Department of Agriculture and Rural Development shows that only 2 local fishing boats went fishing in foreign waters illegally in the first quarter this year.Go »
“Trash challenge” campaign launched at Nhon Hai beach

The participants gathered at the beach located at Hai Bac hamlet to classify and collect trash for futher processing.Go »
ACGU offers tuition fee discount for 9 students in Binh Dinh

Nine high school students, who planned to enrol in Aomori Chuo Gakuin University’s Department of Law and Business Administration in October, will be offered a 60% - 80% discount of tuition fee which costs US$10,000 annually.Go »
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