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Climate change impacts worsen in Mekong Delta

The environment in Mekong Delta is severely being affected by hasher natural disasters, water pollution and natural resources depletion, said a scholar.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

National Mekong Committee urged to promote role in regional growth

The Vietnam National Mekong Committee should promote its role in the growth of the Mekong Delta and Central Highlands regions, stated Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Tran Hong Ha, Chairman of the Committee at a meeting in An Giang on December 8.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Mekong Delta needs various financial resources to tackle climate change

As State funding is insufficient, it is necessary to mobilise other resources, especially from the international community, businesses and non-governmental organisations, to help the Mekong Delta cope with climate change.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Conference connects Japanese, Mekong Delta firms in environment business

[] The event drew 60 local government officials and representatives of more than 80 firms from 13 Mekong Delta localities and eight Japanese firms specialized in waste and wastewater treatment, irrigation, aquatic farming, agriculture, husbandry and chemicals. Keep reading ...

Vietnam Plus News Staff

More efforts needed to enforce EU-Vietnam FTA

The European Union wants to ratify the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement in 2018 and put it into force as soon as possible. This is the main theme of a seminar held in Brussels, Belgium recently.Keep reading ...

Vietnam Plus News Staff

Vietnam, Cambodia news agencies urged to promote cooperation

[] At a meeting with AKP Deputy General Director Keo Chandara in Hanoi on September 12, the Deputy PM said that the two agencies should actively work together to provide people of both sides with accurate news of the two countries and their sound relations. Keep ...

Vietnam Plus News Staff

Early floods threaten Mekong rice fields

Early season flooding and heavy rainfall have severely damaged thousands of hectares of rice fields in the Mekong Delta province of Long An. Water levels in the province hit 2.37m on August 4, 1.53m higher than the previous year’s figure. Water levels rose approximately 5-10cm ...

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