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Malaysia’s Parkson may close fifth Vietnam mall

Parkson Cantavil located in District 2, Ho Chi Minh City.

Malaysia’s Parkson is apparently shutting down its fifth mall in Vietnam after suffering serious losses in recent years. Although the company has not made any official announcement, its name-board has been taken down from the Cantavil An Phu builing in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 2. If it shuts down, …

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How should Vietnam deal with sludge?

Vietnam develops a seaborne economy

As Vietnam intends to develop a seaborne economy, it must think of solutions to treat sludge, as the volume will be increasing in the future, scientists say. The public has once again been stunned by the news that sludge from passage dredging will be submerged in the Binh Thuan sea. …

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Importers lay scrap import policy to waste

A woman sorts out recyclable plastic soft drink bottles at Xa Cau Village, outside Hanoi, Vietnam.

Vietnam has been saying no more waste imports, but a port in southern Vietnam has paid no heed. Customs data from a port in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau shows 1.3 million tons of scrap were imported in the first nine months this year, an eye-popping 402 percent …

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Prehistoric vestiges unearthed in Vietnam

Archeologists discover dozens of well-polished axes at Pu Chua Cave.

Archeologists believe they have uncovered evidence that caves in northern Vietnam were home to prehistoric people 4,000 years ago. Relics dating back to that time were found in three caves located in Chiem Hoa District, Tuyen Quang Province. Trinh Nang Chung of the Vietnam Institute of Archaeology led the excavations …

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