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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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Construction of Gemalink-Cai Mep Port staggers
The investor of Gemalink-Cai Mep Port has slowed down its construction tempo after seeing the volume of cargo throughput falling short of the expectation and fewer container ships making calls at the Cai Mep-Thi Vai port complex.

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Haiphong a favourite port of call
Northern Haiphong has succeeded in wooing foreign direct investment (FDI) in the recent time and Haiphong Department of Planning and Investment director Le Thanh Son says the port city will continue to charm investors.

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Road 965 linking Cai Mep - Thi Vai Port with National Road 51: Shall be completed in late 2012?
The road linking National Road 51 to Cai Mep - Thi Vai port (also called road 965) is the package No. 5 of the Cai Mep Thi Vai International Port development project, started construction in August 2008. After nearly 4 years of construction, until now this route has not been completed yet. The investor and contractors committed to speed up to finish this package in late 2012. Shall this commitment be made?

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Hai Phong Port to earn $60m this year
Hai Phong Port expects to earn revenues of VND1.23 trillion (US$58.6 million) from handling 19 million tonnes of cargo this year, up $300 million and 1.5 million tonnes against last year.

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Establishment of logistics center to improve value of port system
BR-VT have more favorable conditions in terms of nature as a convenient navigable channel, on the international maritime routes linking North-South and East-West of the world where accounted for more than 85% of international trade transportation; there are major ports modernized to meet 100,000DWT ships or more for cargo discharge.

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Rotterdam Port eyes Van Phong transshipment port investment
The business delegate of Port of Rotterdam Authority, the developer and operator of the European Union's largest port, yesterday worked with authorities of the central province of Khanh Hoa to promote investment in the Van Phong international transshipment port.

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