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Pristine beaches north of Van Phong Bay

09:24 10/10/2014

In the North of Van Phong Bay, about 100 kilometers from Nha Trang City near Dam Mon Town, tourists can see many pristine beaches surrounded by dense forests and sand dunes.

PM proposes reviewing Vinalines' case

19:45 02/08/2014

The Prime Minister has asked the Chief Judge of the Supreme Court to deal with a proposal from State-run shipping corporation Vinalines in accordance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements.

Vinalines case shows that arbitration law is being ignored in Vietnam

17:09 01/08/2014

Vinalines and its partners agreed in the past that company disputes could be brought to the Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC), but the shipping firm has not obeyed VIAC's judgment.

Vinalines seeks help for VND65-billion fine

11:20 31/07/2014

Vinalines is facing the fine decided by the Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC) for its violation of contract terms for a pier at Van Phong international transshipment port project in the south-central province of...

Vinalines loses lawsuit, must pay VND65 billion to S. Korean partner

14:11 28/07/2014

The Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC) has decided that Vinalines, the largest shipping corporation in the country, must pay VND65.

Van Phong Thermal Power Plant 1 taking shape

12:21 23/06/2014

Japan's Sumitomo group anticipates obtaining its investment license, signaling the green light to proceed with the construction of a thermal power plant in central Khanh Hoa province, in July 2014.

Tra Vinh province: protective forest ravaged for firewood

10:51 09/05/2014

Thousands of cork trees in the Con Nang Protective Forest in the Cau Ngang District of Tra Vinh Province have been felled for firewood.

Vinalines ex-boss trial continues on dramatic day

09:17 29/04/2014

The appeal hearing for Duong Chi Dung, former Chairman of the Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) and his alleged accomplices entered its fifth day on April 28.

Vinalines ex-boss appeal enters fourth day

08:58 26/04/2014

The appeal hearing for Duong Chi Dung, former Chairman of the Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines), and his eight co-defendants, on April 24 entered its fourth day, focusing on clarifying several new details in the case.

Conquering Doi Cape – the easternmost point of Vietnam

09:26 24/04/2014

We decided to conquer Doi Cape, the easternmost point of the country, on Hon Gom Peninsula in Van Ninh District, Khanh Hoa Province last weekend when our group argued that Dien Cape in Phu Yen Province is not the easternmost...


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