Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - Science and technology are key to agricultural production, allowing for increases in the capacity and quality of products and improving farmers’ lives. For many years, Hanoi has focused on solutions to promote the transfer of science and technology to farmers. However, to make science and technology the leverage for sustainable agricultural development, more supportive mechanisms and policies are needed, as well as the participation of the authorities. Thanks to the application of science and technology in production, Kim Son commune in Gia Lam district has become the capital city’s hub for growing high quality bananas. “My family grew more than 200 trees of the South African banana variety and earned over 250 million VND (11,000 USD) per year on average,” Nguyen Trong Nghia , a banana farmer, told Ha Noi Moi (New Hanoi) newspaper. “We were planting bananas as per the VietGAP process, which raised consumption,” said Nghia. … [Read more...] about Hanoi promotes science-technology in agricultural production
The main products it planned to focus on would be edible oil, ice cream and snacks in the mid- and high-priced categories, which offer high margins. … [Read more...] about KIDO Group has reported growth of nearly 48 per cent in net profit to VND418 billion (US$18.2 million) for 2020.
HÀ NỘI — The 13th National Party Congress, scheduled to take place in Hà Nội from January 25 to February 2, is attracting attention both in Việt Nam and around the world, as it will mark an important milestone in setting out orientations for the country’s reforms, integration and development in the future. … [Read more...] about National Party Congress will guarantee present and future of Việt Nam: Cuban journalist
Dang Hung Vo, former Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment, acknowledged that the trend of investing in real estate projects in satellite cities and provinces is a given. “Once inner-city land funds become unavailable, it is inevitable that real estate developers move to the surrounding areas. As for end-users, when infrastructure develops and roads are convenient, living in neighbouring urban areas is a very good choice,” Vo said. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS JANUARY 24