With regards to urban renewal, Kaisa achieved great progress in converting urban renewal projects into land supply during the Year, including 6 projects in Shenzhen, 1 project in Shanghai and 1 project in Huizhou into the Group's land bank. Urban renewal has become an important means of the Group to secure quality land resources in the first-tier and major second-tier cities. In appreciation of Kaisa's efforts and contributions in the urban renewal sector over the years, the Group was granted "1st of TOP 10 Leading Brands of Chinese Comprehensive Real Estate Companies -- Urban Renewal" by the Development Research Center of the State Council, Real Estate Research Institute of Tsinghua University and China Index Academy. The award is also a recognition to Kaisa's active participation in China's urbanisation through urban renewal business as well as its efforts in promoting urban industrial upgrading and enhancing the urban value. … [Read more...] about Kaisa Group (1638.HK) Announces 2019 Annual Results
At a meeting held on March 31, Lê Quốc Tuấn, deputy chairman of Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu’s People’s Committee, said that land clearance compensation for important projects must be carried out by local authorities, and that related procedures must be completed soon. … [Read more...] about Investors sought for key Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu projects
According to the diplomat, since the very beginning of this crisis, medical staff at the embassy in Hà Nội and the US Consulate General in HCM City have been collaborating with the Vietnamese Government to monitor and respond to the evolving COVID-19 situation. … [Read more...] about US vows to stand together with Việt Nam in COVID-19 fight: Ambassador
Supermarkets (except for those with entertainment services or on-site dining); trade centres (including supermarkets as above, hospitals); traditional markets (including stalls selling food, fruit and vegetables, dried food); convenience stores, mini supermarkets (except for those with on-site catering); grocery stores. Tourist accommodation; agricultural, food, medicine supply chains; healthcare services. Postal services; banking services, electronic payment companies; television and telecommunications services; security services. Petrol stations, funeral services, cemeteries, cremation; detoxification establishments, social protection establishments. People are still required to wear masks and keep a distance of at least two metres when visiting these places and follow other instructions by the Ministry of Health on hygiene and disinfection. … [Read more...] about Which businesses will remain open during national social distancing?
Metran has received orders for ventilators from many countries, including Japan, but the company’s capacity is limited so it is working with the world’s leading consulting firms to legally share design specifications of its ventilators to other producers to boost production capacity, said Phúc, a Vietnamese – Japanese national. … [Read more...] about Japanese firm to make 15,000 ventilators to help VN’s COVID-19 response