“More than half the additional cases were found to be linked to a Shincheonji Church of Jesus congregation in the southeastern city of Daegu after a 61-year-old woman known as 'Patient 31' who attended services at the church tested positive for the virus last week,” the news agency said. … [Read more...] about Da Nang closely monitors tourists visiting from South Korea amid new coronavirus outbreak
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After a three year boom, in mid-2019, the condotel market suddenly received irs first shock: the local authorities revoked the certificate for long-term land use rights from a project in Da Nang and gave a certificate for fixed-term (50 years) land use rights instead. … [Read more...] about Will new legal document bring investors back to condotel market?
The project covers the establishment of new market-oriented agricultural co-operatives, enhancing the knowledge, skill and competitiveness of farmers, fine-tuning co-operative management practices, and developing policies and a regulatory environment to foster co-operatives. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam to enhance agriculture risk management capacity
Authorities locked down the province’s Son Loi Commune on February 13. Tam Dao is just 10 km from the commune in Binh Xuyen District, where eight locals were infected. Seven of them have since been discharged from the hospital. But the province’s epidemic status and its proximity to the locked-down commune has seen a steep plunge in the number of tourists flocking to the town, turning Tam Dao into an eerily quiet place with a haunted look. … [Read more...] about Tam Dao turns ghost town over coronavirus fears
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - Experts believe the State's issuance of ownership certificates for non-residential real estate projects will solve existing difficulties in Vietnam’s real estate market. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment last week issued new guidelines about the land use regime and the certification of non-residential construction works, such as condotels. “These new guidelines bring positive signals to Vietnam’s real estate market at the start of this year, especially for hospitality developers and investors,” Su Ngoc Khuong, Senior Director of Investment, Savills Vietnam, told Vietnam News. “If the guideline is officially implemented, it will provide great support and leverage for the hospitality sector.” Hospitality investors have two main sources of income: selling second-home villas and condotels, and entertainment activities and leisure services in their projects. Currently, as the revenue of hospitality services has … [Read more...] about Experts eye fix for condotel woes