As new changes introduced since November at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City, which inhibit ride-sharing vehicles from picking up passengers in front of the domestic terminal, has caused major inconvenience to customers, ride-hailing firm Grab proposes a solution where app-based cars pay an extra fee to gain access to a dedicated pick-up lane. … [Read more...] about Grab proposes pay-per-entry lane dedicated to app-based cars at Saigon airport
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However, tough challenges are ahead for the city’s industry and trade sector. They come from the curtailment of industrial production as most of the large production facilities move out of the central city, and limited investment in high-tech industry and weak development of supporting industry. Besides, attracting investments in local industrial parks is not an easy task since industrial land leasing costs in Hanoi are higher than those in localities in the vicinity such as Ha Nam, Hoa Binh and Hung Yen. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS JANUARY 20
PM Phuc also asked for increased education in terms of politics, thought, tradition, revolutionary morality, and occupational skills for intelligence officers, as well as the building of a contingent of intelligence officers who have firm political mettle, steadfastness, and absolute loyalty to the Party, Fatherland, and people, are ready to sacrifice for the sake of the Party and nation’s revolutionary cause, and have a sharp vision and outstanding qualifications to fulfill both short- and long-term tasks. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS JANUARY 20
To facilitate passengers, prior to February 1, two more elevators with a capacity of 22 people each will be installed at the TCP parking lot, raising the total number of elevators at the parking lot to four. The parking lot’s management board will arrange more employees and provide more chairs for passengers to sit on while waiting for ride-hailing vehicles. … [Read more...] about Grab proposes separate lane for ride-hailing vehicles at TSN airport
It is expected there will be many underperforming solar systems and inefficient operations and maintenance, especially those named mini-farms. They use remote and cheap land to develop such clusters without nearby commercial and/or industrial loads, which might bring about pressures on distribution or transmission lines. They are also more at risk of landslides during the flooding season in Central Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Booming solar power: signal for worry or delight?