Construction Activities

Hanoi’s authorities will tighten control of construction activities in the city in a bid to reduce the number of work-related accidents.


Although the dry season has yet to reach its peak, many reservoirs in the Central Highlands have recorded seriously receded water levels, leading to water scarcity for agriculture.


The Federation of Labour in the northern city of Hai Phong on March 6 launched a free wifi network for workers living in rented houses.


As disputes between apartment residents and developers are cropping up in Ho Chi Minh City, the Ministry of Construction and the National Assembly’s Committee on Law will inspect the management and operation of several apartment buildings in the city at the end of March.


The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho is striving to increase the rate of people enabled to use clean water to 90 percent by 2020 and 100 percent by 2025.


Vietnam exported 5.37 million tonnes of cement and clinker in the first two months of 2019, raking in 228 million USD, year-on-year increases of 7.4 percent in volume and 29.9 percent in value.


The northern province of Quang Ninh is set on beginning construction of the Van Don-Mong Cai highway in the first quarter of this year.


Hanoi will soon have 1,300 new apartments thanks to a social housing project invested by Capital House Group, a real estate developer focusing on green buildings in Vietnam.


HCM City has a surplus of houses for relocated residents, but severely lacks social housing.


According to the Ministry of Construction, Vietnam is experiencing rapid urbanisation with an increase of around one million urban residents each year.

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