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Vessels refusing to navigate on the Thi Vai River because of pollution 1/8/2008

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Recently, many Japanese vessels have refused to transport raw materials and cargoes to a few factories over the Go Dau port (Long Thanh district, Dong Nai). The reason is when calling at the port, the vessels must navigate on the Thi Vai River which is polluted and makes body of a ship eroded.

 
Improving Long Tau, dredging Soai Rap 30/7/2008

Improving Long Tau, dredging Soai Rap

Last week, Mr. Ho Nghia Dung, Minister of the Ministry of Transpor spent whole day on inspecting two important channels of HCM city which are Long Tau and Soai Rap.

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Dredging the channel of the Soai Rap river to accommodate large vessels to navigate into Hiep Phuoc Port 28/7/2008

Dredging the channel of the Soai Rap river to accommodate large vessels to navigate into Hiep Phuoc Port

(TN) On 26 – 27th July 2008 Mr. Ho Nghia Dung, Minister of the Ministry of Transport, had a field trip on investment projects for constructing seaports at Cai Mep – Thi Vai area (Ba Ria – Vung Tau) and opening the channel of the Soai Rap reiver to accommodate large vessels to navigate into Hiep Phuoc Port (TP.HCM).
 
 
Fastening the pace of dredging the channel of the Soai Rap River to accommodate vessels of 50,000 DWT 27/7/2008

Fastening the pace of dredging the channel of the Soai Rap River to accommodate vessels of 50,000 DWT

Mr. Ho Nghia Dung, Minister of the Ministry of Transport (MOT) had a field trip on the projects for seaports in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) and in Ba Ria – Vung Tau on 26 – 27 July 2008.
 
 
The Phu My Bridge will be able to wait for roads 27/7/2008

The Phu My Bridge will be able to wait for roads

The Phu My Bridge – the largest cable-stayed bridge in HCMC – is being concerned because until it has completed, there will be no roads leading to it. If this happens, there will be such an enormous waste.
 
 
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