The Mekong Delta needs sustainable measures and sufficient financial resources to mitigate serious erosion along rivers and coastal areas, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Ha Cong Tuan, has said. Houses collapse into a river in My Hoa Ward, Long Xuyen City in Mekong Delta province of An Giang due to a landslide. — VNA/VNS Photo Cong Mao Speaking at a seminar held in Ca Mau Province on Tuesday (April 9), Tuan said that erosion in the delta had worsened in recent years because of climate change and human activities. VNS RELATED NEWSMekong Delta losing land from subsidence, landslidesMekong Delta erosion incidents increase … [Read more...] about Erosion-prevention measures urgently needed in Mekong Delta
Sahra Wagenknecht has never shied away from a debate. Opinionated and provocative, she has ruffled the feathers of friends and foes alike. Within her own socialist Left party, her stance on refugees has proven particularly controversial. Unlike the majority of fellow leftists in Germany, she is opposed to open borders. Some of her critics on the left have even gone so far as to accuse her of appealing to right-wing populist sentiments. This week, however, the mood is much more cordial. Both her adversaries and allies within the Left have praised Wagenknecht, who on Monday announced she would not seek re-election as co-leader of her party's opposition parliamentary group. In a letter to the Left's executive, she attributed her recent two-month absence primarily to "stress and overload." However, she said she would remain in her post until the election of new leadership, "in order to ensure a proper transition." No new leadership before European elections Those elections were expected … [Read more...] about Could Germany see a new left-wing coalition in government?
The British prime minister on Tuesday urged the House of Commons to give her more time to rework a withdrawal agreement she negotiated with EU leaders. The deal was overwhelmingly rejected by the British Parliament, however, for a variety of reasons — in part because of Northern Irish and euroskeptic Conservative concerns over the so-called backstop for Northern Ireland. Read more: The Irish border — what you need to know Bending the rules Time is of the essence to rework the deal, though, because any revision would need to be approved by MPs before Britain's March 29 exit day. After MPs vote to support her reworked agreement, Parliament would then need to pass a law — the Withdrawal Agreement Bill — formally ratifying the deal. Adding to the time pressure is a legal requirement that the government put a treaty to Parliament 21 sitting days before it can be ratified. However, May on Tuesday strongly hinted that this requirement might be … [Read more...] about British PM May calls for more time to rework Brexit deal
The fresh launching of Novaland Real Estate Centre in Hanoi The new centre will be acting as a bridge to help timely introduce to the northern investors the group’s latest products and bring quality customer services on par with Novaland standards. This is also a place to help customers more conveniently access ‘all-in-one’ support services from Novaland such as after-sales service, or rental and transfer services, among others. At the same time, on the occasion of the Novaland’s birthday, the group introduces the "Gold Promotion Programme" with gifts worth up to 27 gold taels and many other attractive offers. In particular, customers in the north region will be entitled to doubling the Gold Promotion Programme with prize valued up to 54 gold taels at Novaland Hanoi Real Estate Centre from now until the end of September , 2019. Customers visit the mock-up of Novabeach Cam Ranh project of Novaland The programme is applied in conjunction with on-going … [Read more...] about Novaland launches real estate centre in Hanoi
“I am excited to be here in a growing country which is experiencing fast-paced urbanisation. I look forward to working with the ABB team and our local customers and partners to explore opportunities.” – Noel Hupont New managing director and head of electrification, ABB Vietnam ABB, a Swiss-Swedish robotics and automotive tech corporation, has appointed Noel Hupont as its managing director and head of electrification business for Vietnam, effective last month. Hupont succeeds Brian Hull, who has moved to lead the Power Grids business in the country following ABB’s announcement of planned divestment of the global Power Grids business to Hitachi, to be completed by June 2020. Hupont’s strong leadership is expected to drive the corporate strategy across businesses and underpin ABB’s growth momentum in Vietnam. The new managing director has been involved in various top-level roles in his 20 years at ABB Mexico and ABB France, and most recently served … [Read more...] about Fresh new vision for ABB in Vietnam
To Purchase Consumable Materials In 2019Purchasing Spiral Wound Gaskets For MaintenanceSpare part for Gas turbine GE 6FA 3 SeriesTo purchase Spare part for StrainerProvision of Maintenance Services for Analytical Equipment for NSRP’s Laboratory NOTICE OF PURCHASING PLAN FOR PROVIDING NEW BORESCOPE MACHINE AND REPAIR BORESCOPE MACHINE Subject: PROVIDING NEW BORESCOPE MACHINE AND REPAIR BORESCOPE MACHINE Ref. No.: 142/2019/NSRP-PS Nghi Son Refinery & Petrochemical Limited Liability Company (NSRP) is planning for purchasing of a package for “Providing new borescope machine and repair borescope machine” in order to select a suitable contractor for provision of the Goods & Services for NSRP. NSRP plans to start the above-mentioned purchasing process very soon. If your company is interested in this purchasing package, please refer to the Attachment 01 for detailed Scope of Work and respond to all below … [Read more...] about Providing New Borescope Machine And Repair Borescope Machine