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Throughput at city ports remain high
HCMC remains the biggest gateway for import-export activities as throughput at seaports here increases by 11 % this year to an estimated 25 million tons, or more than one-third of the total national figure, a port official said.

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S'pore business signs sole access deal with VN port
Singapore agribusiness Bunge has recently signed a 10-year exclusive throughput agreement with Phu My Port in Vietnam that will help enhance its position as a leading soybean meal supplier in the country.

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HCMC, Danang ports meet freight targets ahead of schedule
The total volume of goods transported via Vietnamís two major ports in Ho Chi Minh City and Danang central city have already reached its target levels for this year, said port authorities Dec. 15.

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Northern port city strives for rapid economic development Hai Phong seaport
During recent years, the northern port city of Hai Phong has been working hard to jumpstart the cityís economy. In 2001, Hai Phong concentrated its efforts on implementing open policies for all economic sectors. In 2002, enterprises focused on mobilising internal strengths and expanding business activities.

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Port infrastructures for lease need further investment
On November 6th, 2003, the Prime Minister issued the Decision No 228/2003/QD-CP on experimenting renting out infrastructures of Cai Lan port in Quang Ninh, which is managed by Vietnam Marine Bureau to Cai Lan port authorities. One year later, Vietnam Marine Bureau had proposals to the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunication for application of this model to other 3 ports under its direct management namely Nghe Tinh, Quy Nhon and Nha Trang port.

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Van Phong Trans-shipment Port
Detailed plans for the Van Phong International Trans-shipment Port (VTP) have recently been submitted by the Ministry of Transport (MoT) to the Prime Minister for approval.

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Southern port relocation causes mixed emotions
Though the general consensus is relocating Ho Chi Minh Cityís ports to Vung Tau is a necessity, many export-import enterprises are concerned that their business will be badly hit by the move, while domestic shipping companies are pleased. Giang Thanh tells us why.

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Saigon Port handles less cargo
The first 10 months of 2004 saw Saigon Port's stevedores handle 9,441,204 tonnes of goods, a decrease of 2.5 percent on the same period last year, according to Saigon Port Operations Office.

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Cam Pha Port overhaul nears finishing line
A 14-year project to upgrade the facilities at Cam Pha Port is expected to be completed by the end of this year.

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Expansion of Tien Sa port completed in central region
A road linking Tien Sa port in central Da Nang City to Highway 1A and a nearby flyover bridge were opened to traffic on Wednesday.

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