The Swedish Export Credit Corporation (SEK) to loan US$1billion for the construction of Vietnam’s Long Thanh International Airport.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved US$150 million in loans for airport upgrades in Nepal. The concessional loan is provided…….
Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) has announced that construction of the new Long Thanh International Airport will start in December 2020.
Vietnam has approved a US$9.3bn housing development and tourist resort at Can Gio, a 760 sq km mangrove forest 40km south of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). The project is being developed by the Can Gio Tourist Urban Joint Stock Company, a subsidiary of Vinhomes, the second largest public company in Vietnam. The centrepiece will be the
Luxembourg infrastructure fund for Vietnam to deploy capital for road, port, industrial, and airport projects
Tecco Group and PHI Luxembourg Development SA, a subsidiary of PHI Group, have agreed to launch the first ever Luxembourg-based infrastructure fund for Vietnam. Besides supporting transport infrastructure, Tecco expects to use the PHILUX Infrastructure Fund for a number of port, industrial zone cluster, and airport projects. Tecco works primarily in the fields of construction
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Ho Chi Minh’s first metro rail line is approximately 70% complete and is due to enter operations by the end of 2021. As we can see from these photos, the US$1.9 billion (approximate) project is now looking well developed. This project started construction in 2012 and is supported by funding from the Japanese International Cooperation
Work has started this week on the 280 hectare Loc An – Binh Son resettlement area, located in the southern province of Dong Nai, where the new Long Thanh International Airport is to be built. The area will consist of 5,000 plots for 29,000 residents. The authorities in Dong Nai will also build transport, education,
Vietnam is planning to build a new airport on Go Gang Island, approximately two hours away from Ho Cho Minh City. The new airport will replace the current Vung Tau Airport, which is mainly used for helicopters serving logistics and oil and gas services. The total investment is estimated at $1 billion and will be
Can Tho, is aiming to become the first smart city on the Mekong Delta by 2025. The Department of Planning and Investment is building technical platforms to develop an e-government model, while the Department of Transport has started using IT to manage urban transport services. Two years ago, Can Tho city signed a cooperation agreement
Siemens Gamesa will install 25 SG 4.5-145 model wind turbines at the Hoa Thang 1.2 wind farm, one of the largest Vietnam. The agreement also includes operation and maintenance services for ten years. Vietnam’s renewable market has great potential, as the government has set out to develop 6 GW of wind power capacity by 2030.