Mekong Delta promotes crop restructuring
14:02 | 23/05/2014 Economy- Society
(VEN) - To gradually reduce rice production in the context of sales related difficulties and reorganize rice production in a sustainable manner, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is encouraging farmers in the Mekong Delta to grow other kinds of annual crops instead of rice.
Tackling imbalance in food crop production
16:12 | 22/05/2014 Economy- Society
(VEN) - a conference on transforming rice to other crop cultivation in the Mekong Delta provinces recently held in Tien Giang Province, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Cao Duc Phat announced the prime minister’s support policy on food crop transformation and instructions to promote the transformation process which is closely attached with the market to reduce risks, achieve sustainable production chains and increase farmer incomes.
Industry-trade sector promotes trade union activities
15:44 | 21/05/2014 Economy- Society
(VEN) - The Vietnam Industry and Trade Sector Trade Union, with 585 affiliates, has implemented lots of activities in recent years. “The Vietnam Industry and Trade Sector Trade Union has increasingly grown both in quality and quantity, with widely and effectively deployed activities,” President of the Vietnam Industry and Trade Sector Trade Union Ly Quoc Hung said.
Improving efficiency for starting up business
14:06 | 19/05/2014 Economy- Society
(VEN) - The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) experts recommended that the government should improve the ease of establishing new businesses based on research of Vietnam’s business index announced in the end of April.
Cargill completes US$20 million factory expansion project
17:04 | 18/05/2014 Economy- Society
(VEN) - Cargill Feed & Nutrition (CFN) recently completed a US$20 million project to expand its factory in Binh Dinh Province which is one of the CFN’s eight feed facilities in Vietnam. After expansion, the Binh Dinh-based factory’s production capacity would increase by four fold from 60,000 tonnes to 240,000 tonnes per year, and the total capacity of existing eight factories would increase to 1.4 million tonnes per year.