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Monday, August 21, 2017
Ha Tinh - an emerging FDI spot in central Vietnam Ha Tinh - an emerging FDI spot in central Vietnam
Ha Tinh province serves as a bridge linking the north and south of Vietnam with convenient road and railway routes. Its 56,000-hectare Cau Treo border gate is among the nation’s nine major border-gate economic zones entitled to government budget allocations during 2016-20.
Quang Nam province: the essence of central Vietnam Quang Nam province: the essence of central Vietnam
Quang Nam province is the only locality in the country having two sites recognized by UNESCO as the world cultural heritage sites - Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary. With a diverse eco-system and ancient cultural and historical sites, Cu Lao Cham (Cham island) in Hoi An city was recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in May 2009.
BAC NINH province - a hi-tech development hotspot BAC NINH province - a hi-tech development hotspot
Bac Ninh is rich in culture and revolutionary tradition and well-known for a number of cultural and historical celebrities as well as folk art, particularly “quan ho” (love duets) singing that was recognized as a UNESCO Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Ha Nam province - a new magnet for foreign investment Ha Nam province - a new magnet for foreign investment
Ha Nam is to date home to five operating industrial parks covering a total area of 1,128 hectares, including the 221-hectare Dong Van I, 320-hectare Dong Van II, 326-hectare Chau Son, 131-hectare Hoa Mac and 130-hectare Dong Van III industrial parks. In addition, three others - the Dong Van IV, Thai Ha and Thanh Liem industrial parks - have been zoned off.
Long An province: flexing potential of gateway to Mekong river delta Long An province: flexing potential of gateway to Mekong river delta
Famous for its unspoiled landscape and intangible cultural heritage of humanity “don ca tai tu” (a genre of instrumental and vocal traditional music in southern Vienam), Long An province is also home to ancient Oc Eo culture, which formed and developed in the Mekong River delta from the first to sixth century.
Phu Yen province: its time for sleeping beauty to wake up Phu Yen province: it’s time for sleeping beauty to wake up
Covering some 5,060 square kilometers with diverse terrains - coastal sandy land, river delta, midland and mountains, Phu Yen is well-known for its beautiful scenery, pristine beaches, blue bays, hidden coves, white sands and swaying palms.
Dong Nai province - a bright spot in foreign investment attraction Dong Nai province - a bright spot in foreign investment attraction
Dong Nai province is to date home to 32 industrial parks (IPs) occupying a total area of 10,240 ha and 45 industrial clusters and craft villages covering around 2,080 ha.
Thai Nguyen province: to translate high PCI rank into large foreign investment Thai Nguyen province: to translate high PCI rank into large foreign investment
Located 80 kilometers to the north of Hanoi capital, Thai Nguyen province borders Bac Kan province in the north, Vinh Phuc and Tuyen Quang provinces in the west, and Lang Son and Bac Giang provinces in the east. 
Vinh Phuc province calls for FDI to boost local economy Vinh Phuc province calls for FDI to boost local economy
Encompassing an area of over 1,370 square kilometers and having a population of 1.18 million, Vinh Phuc province is located in the Red River delta. It borders Thai Nguyen and Tuyen Quang provinces in the north, Hanoi in the south, Phu Tho province in the west and Soc Son and Dong Anh districts of Hanoi in the east.
The first NA Chairman The first NA Chairman
Being one of four intellectuals ranked as “four towering celebrities” in Vietnam in the early 20th century, Nguyen Van To rendered meritorious services to the elimination of “giac doi, giac dot” (hunger and illiteracy enemies).

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