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Japaneseinvestors eye ports
Japanese investors are eyeing deep-water sea ports in Viet Nam as well as high-speed railway and highways, the Dau Tu (Investment) newspaper has reported.

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Con Dao - Vung Tau port project: Behind schedule due to disputes
According to the report of the Ben Dam port’s Management Board, Con Dao district, due to disputes with Vung Tau Commercial Port Joint Stock Company, rehabilitation and upgrading of Con Dao - Vung Tau port (Ward 11, Vung Tau city) has not yet completed as planned; the embankment works has not yet been constructed.

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Vinacomin to Build VND4T Breakwater of Seaport in Central Vietnam
State-owned Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) will invest VND4 trillion to build a breakwater of Ke Ga Deepwater Seaport in the central province of Binh Thuan, said a Vinacomin official.

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Maersk Line adds direct South Vietnam call with largest vessels to date - direct from Ho Chi Minh City to Los Angeles on TP6
Charlotte, North Carolina - Maersk Line announces it will adjust its Trans-Pacific 6 service (TP6) to add a direct, all water call from South Vietnam to the US West Coast. With the direct TP6 call, Maersk Line becomes the first carrier to introduce the “Post-Panamax” class (9000 TEU vessels) to Vietnam. The first sailing will be on the Mathilde Maersk on Wednesday, May 12, 2010. The new service will call at the SP-PSA International Terminal in Vung Tau, Vietnam, a deepwater facility that accommodates larger vessels located 80 km south of Ho Chi Minh City near the mouth of the Cai Mep-Thi Vai River.

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PTSC: newly build 4,750HPvessel
Newly building PTSC-03 vessel is in the "Investment, newly building and trading service vessel to serve the operation of the Dung Quat – Quang Ngai Oil Refinery” project, with a total invested capital of USD 22 million.

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Investment cooperation between Phu My port and Bunge Group: Intensify mutual advantages
One party has the advantages of ports and port services, the other one has monopoly on production, trading and distribution of agricultural products around the world, Phu My Port and Bunge Group have cooperated together to form an "economic leverage" to promote development of the two parties.

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PTSC loaded biggest ever wellhead platform jacket in Vung Tau City
At Petroleum Technical Services Corporation (PTSC) downstream port in the southern city of Vung Tau, on March 19, the Corporation loaded out the Chim Sao wellhead platform (WHP) jacket and the Su Tu Den (Black Lion) Northeast WHP topsides.

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Ministry boosts transit project funds
The Ministry of Transport's plans to disburse around VND40 trillion (US$2 billion) for the transport system should help speed up construction of many projects this year.

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Thi Vai River and SP-PSA Port: Receivable 100000DWT vessels
In the morning of 12 March, at the meeting on experience to receive the Albert Maersk vessel, 109000DWT of loading capacity to the SP-PSA port at 15:20pm, 11 February 2010, Vung Tau Maritime and Port Authority showed that Thi Vai River and SP - PSA Port meet requirements for receipt of over 100000DWT vessels in berth safely.

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Mystery consignments clog port system
While space is limited, unknown containers in Tien Sa Port in Da Nang are becoming a burden for the management board. Deputy director of Tien Sa Port Nguyen Huu Sia said that many consignments would remain idle for months, occupying large areas, and most of the ports 160,000sq.m were fully stocked. The ports management board had to bear the losses due to these space issues.

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