(VEN) - Since its establishment in 2006 in an agricultural and thinly-populated area, without water, electricity and roads, the Long Hau Industrial Park (IP) has become a modern industrial park that can meet the strict requirements of foreign investors in terms of infrastructure, utilities and services. Long Hau IP has been able to attract big names such as Puma (Germany), Lotte (Republic of Korea) and Key Tech (Japan) to invest in the park. Long Hau IP is located in a strategical and important position of the southern key economic zone. Its location is in Can Giuoc District, Long An Province, three km from Saigon-Hiep Phuoc Port and 19 km away from the center of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). From here, it has connecting roads with Phu My Hung urban area (12 km away), Saigon-Trung Luong and Saigon-Long Thanh-Dau Giay highways apart from a waterway system to Soai Rap river via Kinh river. Long Hau Joint Stock Company has also invested VND220 billion to build a dormitory providing … [Read more...] about Long Hau Industrial Park brings excellent service to enterprises
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US President Barack Obama dumped George W. Bush's "war on terror" doctrine Thursday when he unveiled a national security strategy that calls for using America's still "unmatched" power less overtly. Obama also put new constraints on the former president's concept of pre-emptive war and cited national security implications of economic meltdowns, global warming, cyberwarfare, nuclear proliferation, and ethnic conflict. The strategy turns the page on Bush-era dreams of remaking the global order with American might and recognizes the increasing global engagement of Russia and the emergence of rising powers like China and India. "To succeed, we must face the world as it is," the document states. In putting the first public face to the document, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton confidently asserted American power but said it would be used more wisely and less directly than before. "We are no less powerful," the chief US diplomat told foreign policy experts at the Brookings … [Read more...] about Oil floats ashore at the Grand Isle East State Park on Grand Isle, Louisiana.
President Barack Obama took two big strides towards re-election Tuesday by blocking Mitt Romney's grab for Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, the first key states called in their bitter White House race. … [Read more...] about With key wins, Obama takes strides to re-election
While FDI is declining, new industrial park investments are becoming increasingly attractive among foreign manufacturers. Vietnam’s efforts to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) in the high-tech sector took off when Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, opened a $1 billion assembly and testing plant last year. Since then there have been a number of high-tech companies entering the market and paving the way for a renaissance in Vietnam’s industrial sector. While the bulk of the industrial sector today remains driven by traditional exports such as coffee, rubber, rice, and textiles, major multimillion and even billion dollar investments this year from the high-tech sector have put the spotlight on the dawn of what could be a new era for Vietnam’s industrial sector. Such new entrants include First Solar (with a $300 million plant), Nokia (with a $280 million plant), Kyocera Mita (with $250 million in initial investment), and Samsung (who increased its … [Read more...] about Preference for parks
Divers searching a capsized Italian cruiseliner were hoping for calm seas on Thursday after the ship shifted precariously on a rocky ledge, delaying plans to remove oil from the vessel to prevent a possible environmental disaster. Five days after the Costa Concordia struck a rock and capsized off the picturesque Tuscan island of Giglio, hopes of finding anyone alive have faded and salvage experts are preparing to pump 2,300 tons of fuel from the hulk. Weather conditions, which have been largely good since the 114,500 ton vessel ran aground, are forecast to worsen over coming days, making the ship even more unstable and complicating the search for survivors and bodies. Eleven people are confirmed dead and 22 are still missing from more than 4,200 passengers and crew who were onboard when the Concordia foundered on Friday evening, two hours into a week-long cruise of the western Mediterranean. The search was suspended all day on Wednesday after the ship slipped by some 1.5 meters, … [Read more...] about Weather key to resuming search of capsized Italy liner