On January 14th, Dong Nai Bank for investment and development and Tin Nghia Company held a credit sponsor contract signing ceremony. The 180 billion VND worth contract aim to speed up infrastructure construction at Nhon Trach III industrial zone. Prominent at the signing ceremony were Dong Nai provincial Chairman Vo Van Mot and Deputy General Director of Vietnam Bank for Investment and Development Le Dao Nguyen. … [Read more...] about Tin Nghia Company invests over 180 billion VND to speed up the infrastructure construction of Nhon Trach III industrial zone.
On the morning of September 7, Tin Nghia One Member Limited Company celebrated the 20th anniversary of its founding (September 7, 1989 - September 7, 2009) in Buu Long Tourist Attraction in Bien Hoa City. Tin Nghia has faced a lot of challenges for twenty years. At first, it was just a business with a capital of VND15 million and without any facilities. Then, it had only 10 employees. However, Tin Nghia has made constant efforts. Up to now, its total assets have grown to VND3 trillion and it has more than 30 subsidiaries and associated companies. Especially, Tin Nghia has established a position for its brand name and been considered as one of the 200 largest businesses in Vietnam. Tin Nghia has made more and more contributions to Dong Nai's socio-economic development as well as that of the whole country. … [Read more...] about Tin Nghia celebrates the 20th anniversary of its founding
Cơ sở tái chế nhựa ở xã Ea Knăng (Krông Pác, Ðác Lắc) gây mùi hôi và tiếng ồn. * Nhiều điểm dừng xe buýt trên đường Nguyễn Khoái (Hai Bà Trưng, Hà Nội) bị người dân lấn chiếm làm nơi bán hàng, sửa chữa xe máy. * Quốc lộ 1A, đoạn qua huyện Bình Sơn (Quảng Ngãi), nhiều xe khách chở quá số người quy định, chạy tốc độ cao. * Ðường vào UBND thị trấn Phước Hải (Ðất Ðỏ, Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu) có một bãi rác thải, gây ô nhiễm môi trường. * Tấm pa-nô tại ấp Mỹ Lợi, thị trấn Cây Dương (Phụng Hiệp, Hậu Giang) đã bị rách nát, trông phản cảm. * Việc chế biến quặng của Nhà máy gia công chế biến quặng ở phường Anh Dũng (Dương Kinh, Hải Phòng) gây ô nhiễm nguồn nước sinh hoạt. * Tình trạng họp chợ lấn chiếm lòng đường vẫn diễn ra phổ biến tại thị trấn Mường Khến (Tân Lạc, Hòa Bình). Ðề nghị chính quyền, các cơ quan chức năng liên quan những vụ việc nêu trên chỉ đạo kiểm tra, xử lý và hồi âm cho báo để thông tin với bạn đọc. … [Read more...] about ThÃ´ng tin nhanh qua ÄÆ°á»ng dÃ¢y nÃ³ng
Forest rangers in the central resort town of Da Lat on Friday filled in the vent-holes of hundreds of underground tunnels dug by illegal tin miners. Tran Thanh Binh, chief of the town's Forest Rangers, said they did not use mines to destroy the tunnels as planned earlier. He explained that if the mines were planted at the entrances, they would be effective only within a radius of 50 meters, which is not enough to stop the miners from continuing their illegal actions. RELATED CONTENT Illegal tin excavation expands under Da Lat valley Da Lat authorities pass the buck as illegal mining destroys pine forests It is likely that they will find other ways to enter the tunnels, Binh said. Last month end local authorities found a new entrance to the tunnels which were first made in 1995 and have since then kept reappearing and expanding despite authorities' efforts to collapse them. The last time the network was cleared was more than four years ago. Like us on Facebook and scroll … [Read more...] about Da Lat rangers fill vent holes of tunnels to stop illegal tin mining
After the article "Illegal miners dig tunnel under Valley of Love" posted on Tuoi Tre on May 17, mineral engineer Nguyen Van Tinh has sent us a series of photos that he shot while following tin miners to a drilled tunnel in a village in Lac Duong district, 30 kilometers from Da Lat city center. According to the engineer, tin mining has been a part of life in the village as a majority of local residents exploit the kind of valuable natural resource inside tunnels right beneath pine forests for money. Most of villagers belong to ethnic minorities, he said. At a slope named Tình (Love) leading to two mountains Khôn (Wise) and Cao (Tall), there are a lot of drilled wells including a 30m deep. The villagers climbed down the wells to dig tunnels. Tin mining not only poses threats to their lives but also destroys pine forests, Tinh said. … [Read more...] about In pictures: Illegal tin mining in Da Lat