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Many advantages for supporting industry development
According to many leading industry experts, Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province has many advantages to focus on developing supporting industries (SI).

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Cai Mep container port to complete in October
According to the Project Management Unit 85 (i.e PMU85, a member of the Department of Transport, the investor), by the end of July, Cai Mep container port was done 94% workload, exceeding 6.4 % of the scheduled progress.

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Ba Ria - Vung Tau puts 24 seaport projects into action
Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province reported it started tapping 24 seaport projects with a total capacity of 67.5 million tonnes. The projects have a total investment capital of more than VND20.5 trillion.

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Over 24 million tons of cargo throught port system
According to report of Transportation Department, in the first 6 months 2012, the output of cargo through port system of province reached over 24.4 million tons. In which, container cargo reached over 3.4 million tons, liquid cargo was over 5.86 million tons, dry cargo was 6.3 million tons, transit goods was nearly 8.8 million tons and some 103,458 turns of tourists.

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Tendering for northern Lach Huyen Port project delayed
Ocean carriers are adding capacity on the Far East-Europe route even as trade growth weakens and ship utilization levels continue to fall, according to container market analyst Alphaliner.

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Need a floor price for port services
As lack of resources for competition, some seaports lowered prices of handling drastically; it not only brings profits but also losses. To ensure the sustainable development system for Cai Mep - Thi Vai port system, port investors reckoned that it is neccesary to applay floor prices under the State regulation.

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Transport projects connecting ports awaiting funds
"Between investment in port and transport infrastructure to connect ports and BR-VT markets. Presently, it is not comprehensive, impedes efficiency of investment in ports, causing great damages to economy ". It is the opinion of Mr. Vu Ngoc Thao, Director of the BR-VT Department of Transport the in speech at the fourth sea tradename forum held in Vung Tau City in early June of this year.

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ITC spends VND600 billion to buy cranes
International Transportation and Trading Joint Stock Co. (ITC) on Wednesday signed a contract worth some VND600 billion with Germany's Kocks Krane and Finland's Cargotec to buy cranes for ITC International Port located in HCMC's District 9.

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Ba Ria-Vung Tau raises the maritine bar
Ba Ria-Vung Tau is muscling up investment into supporting industries, seaports and logistics development.

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Vietnamese seaports in dire straits
According to the Vietnam Seaports Association, the present economic crisis has spelt doom for Vietnamese seaports since the beginning of 2012, specifically for container cargo vessels with output only reaching 1.76 million TEU in the first quarter, much lower than expected.

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