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Ministry of Transport charts port upgrade
Vietnam will require VND60 trillion ($3.79 billion) to carry out its ambitious Seaport System Development Plan to 2010, according to a recent Ministry of Transport plan.

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Saigon Port releases business report
Saigon Port performed satisfactorily under its 2001-2005 plan, achieving its target of handling 12 million tonnes of goods per year, according to Saigon Portís business report released on June 5.

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Saigon Port: Handling over 4.5 milion tons of cargo for 5 months
In the first 5 months of 2005, Saigon Port released 973 vessels with the handling volume of 4,558,300 tons of cargo, a decrease of 56 vessels and 93,367 tons in comparison with the same period last year.

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Seaport masterplan finalised
The Ministry of Transport has finalised a $3.8-billion seaport development master plan to 2010.

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VPA again proposes suspending Road 15 toll collections
The Vietnam Seaports Association (VPA) has once again asked the HCMC government to suspend toll collections on Nguyen Tat Thanh and Huynh Tan Phat streets, formerly known as Interprovincial Road 15.

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Work begins on new rail link from Ha Noi to northern port
The building of a 130km-long railway link≠ing Ha Noi's outer Gia Lam District with Cai Lan Harbour in the northern coastal province of Quang Ninh is underway.

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Vietnam pumps nearly 25 bln VND to upgrade central port
Three Vietnamese groups have pumped nearly 25 billion VND to upgrade the major Ky Ha port in central Quang Nam province in order for the port to receive larger ships by the end of June.

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Vietnam's biggest-ever freighter put into service
The Ho Chi Minh City-based Vietnam Sea Transport and Chartering Company (Vitranschart) is launching its 22,000-ton freighter, the biggest-ever in Vietnam, on Monday.

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Maritime sector needs more investment
The maritime sector needs VND60 trillion (US$3.8 billion) to carry out planned development of Viet Nam's port systems through 2010, according to the Ministry of Transport.

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Cargo throughput increases at Dung Quat port
According to director Le Van Dung of the Dung Quat Information and Investment Promotion Centre in the central province of Quang Ngai, the cargo throughput at Pier No. 1 of Dung Quat Port was 180,000 tonnes in the first quarter of 2005, almost equaling the cargo throughput for 2003 and 56 per cent of the cargo throughput in 2004.

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