The Groundbreaking Ceremony of the project Nam Dinh Vu GNP Industrial Center

The Groundbreaking Ceremony of the project Nam Dinh Vu GNP Industrial Center

On the morning of September 27, Gaw NP Industrial (Hong Kong, China) organized the Groundbreaking Ceremony of Nam Dinh Vu GNP Industrial Center Project at Nam Dinh Vu Industrial Park. The ceremony was attended by Mr. Le Trung Kien, member of the City Party Committee’s Standing Committee, Head of Hai Phong Economic Zone Authority.Mr. Le Trung Kien highly appreciate Gaw NP Industrial’s investment in such necessary and investment-encouraged area in Hai Phong as factories and warehouses for rent at industrial parks. Mr. Le Trung Kien expected the investor to concentrate material and human sources to complete the project on time. Hai Phong City and Hai Phong Economic Zone Authority committed to facilitate the project implementation with high efficiency.According to Gaw NP Industrial’s representative, the Nam Dinh Vu GNP Industrial Center, of which investment capital was 38.5 million USD in total, covered an area of approximately 17 ha with the construction area of than 100,000 m2. Once completed, the project would provide diverse solutions on well-built factories and warehouses with a minimum area of 2.500 m2 meeting enterprises’ needs. Tentatively, the project will be completed and put into operation by July of 2023./.

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Contest on Vietnam's seas and islands launched

Contest on Vietnam's seas and islands launched

A knowledge contest on Vietnam’s seas and islands and a virtual reality exhibition with the theme of “To quoc ben bo song” (Fatherland by the waves) was launched in Hanoi on July 6.The "To quoc ben bo song" exhibition showcases 121 photos. (Photo: VNA)Hanoi (VNA) – A knowledge contest on Vietnam’s seas and islands and a virtual reality exhibition with the theme of “To quoc ben bo song” (Fatherland by the waves) was launched in Hanoi on July 6.Addressing the event, Le Hai Binh, Vice Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education and head of the steering committee for the contest, said that the contest and the exhibition aim to raise public awareness of Vietnam’s seas and islands as well as the role of seas and islands in the cause of national construction and defence.They are expected to inspire patriotism, national pride and sense of responsibility to protect national sovereignty and territorial integrity among Vietnamese people inside and outside the country, said Binh.After passing an online multiple-choice round, 15 most outstanding contestants will be divided into three teams who will compete in the final round in the in-person format.The contest will take place from July to October. The awarding ceremony is slated for October and will be broadcast live.Meanwhile, the exhibition features 121 photos chosen from nearly 6,000 entries competing in a national photo contest on seas and islands in 2021, using 3D technology.Visitors can enjoy the exhibition with their PCs, laptops and tablets, or via “To quoc ben bo song” mobile app that is available on both IOS and Android.The programme is jointly organised by the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Ministry of Information and Communications, Ministry of Education and Training, Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee, and General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People’s Army./.

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