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lundi 14 janvier 2019

From Tibet to the ‘Nine Dragons’, Vietnam’s losing sand and houses in the Mekong Delta

Damming and extensive sand mining of the riverbed are causing currents to strengthen and the land in Vietnam’s delta region to sink With the Mekong running through six different countries, there is very little cooperation between government to resolve the worsening crisis

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mardi 6 novembre 2018

Le gouvernement cambodgien donne son accord à un grand projet aurifère

La construction du grand projet aurifère Okvau Gold Project débutera courant 2020. Les investisseurs australiens se réjouissent, tandis que des ONG demandent une plus grande transparence.

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jeudi 26 juillet 2018

Birmanie : au moins 27 disparus dans un glissement de terrain dans une mine de jade

L’accident a eu lieu mardi dans l’Etat Kachin, une région montagneuse du Nord birman, où se produisent régulièrement des catastrophes de ce type. Les pluies de mousson compliquent les recherches.

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dimanche 8 juillet 2018

Illegal sand mining rampant in Vietnam's Red River, authorities do nothing

Destruction continues as Hanoi's authorities plead helplessness, say neighboring province issued an illegal license.

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mardi 17 avril 2018

Captive workers rescued from illegal gold mine in central Vietnam

They were forced to work at night and to hide underground to evade local authorities.

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dimanche 25 mars 2018

Dramatic photos show how sand mining threatens a way of life in Southeast Asia

One afternoon last year, Ha Thi Be, 67, was sitting with her son in her tiny coffee shop in the town of Hong Ngu, looking out on the lazy Tien River, the main branch of the Mekong in Vietnam.

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lundi 19 mars 2018

Gold mine leaks toxic waste into central Vietnam river

Dozens of fish died after the river was polluted with mining tailings.

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Illegal sand mining digs away at Vietnam's rice basket

Up to 500 hectares of the Mekong Delta is being swept away each year.

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mardi 6 mars 2018

Mine declines : Good news for sustainability

Statistics from the General Statistics Office of Việt Nam (GSO) showed that the mining industry has posted a record slump since 2011, with the growth rate dropping by 7.1 per cent in 2017 and 4 per cent in 2016.

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mercredi 25 octobre 2017

Vietnam to run out of sand in 5 years, say experts

Vietnamese authorities are looking at producing artificial sand amid warnings by experts that the country could run out of sand within five years due to over-exploitation of the natural product, local media reported.

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vendredi 20 octobre 2017

Birmanie: 5 morts dans des violences entre police et mineurs illégaux

Au moins cinq personnes ont été tuées et plus de vingt blessées en Birmanie après une intervention de policiers qui ont ouvert le feu sur des chercheurs de jade illégaux armés de couteaux, a rapporté la presse officielle aujourd'hui.

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mercredi 4 janvier 2017

Birmanie : les rubis, un joyau aux mains des militaires

Aye Min Htun ne cesse de prier pour trouver le rubis qui changera sa vie. C'est son seul espoir de voir ses conditions de mineur évoluer dans un secteur birman qui reste cadenassé par les militaires.

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samedi 22 octobre 2016

Chinese firm’s zinc project in central Vietnam sparks environmental concern

A Chinese firm has proposed building a zinc mill at an economic zone in the central Vietnamese province of Thua Thien-Hue, raising a few eyebrows among local experts and members of the public.

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dimanche 16 octobre 2016

Birmanie : un bloc de 210 tonnes de jade découvert dans le nord du pays

Un bloc de jade lourd de 210 tonnes a été découvert en Birmanie. Cette pierre semi-précieuse, dont raffolent les clients chinois, alimente un conflit ethnique dans le nord du pays.

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lundi 25 mai 2015

Illegal gold mining ravaging farmlands in Vietnam's Central Highlands

A recent raid of an illegal gold mine in Kon Tum Province ended up with a truck belonging to authorities being damaged by violent miners.

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jeudi 15 janvier 2015

Letpadaung : le symbole de la répression injuste des paysans de Birmanie

La mine de cuivre de Letpadaung est depuis 10 ans le théâtre d'affrontements entre les paysans et les forces de sécurité birmanes qui confisquent leurs terres.

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dimanche 26 janvier 2014

China attempts to control Vietnam’s mineral industries

Government agencies and experts have warned that Chinese enterprises buy mining licenses to serve their plan to control the Vietnamese mineral industries.

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lundi 14 octobre 2013

Villagers hold officials captive in protest against authorities in Vietnam

Authorities in the northern province of Hoa Binh are investigating a case in which about 100 villagers abducted six officials in a protest against local authorities earlier this week.

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dimanche 31 mars 2013

Vietnam warned about Dutch disease, urged to stop raw minerals

The government of Vietnam has been prohibiting exporting raw natural minerals over the last few years. However, the ban has not had high enforcement.

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mardi 26 février 2013

Bauxite projects pose environmental and economic problems

Nguyen Thanh Son, Director of the Song Hong Power Company under Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin), said that the bauxite projects in Central Highlands region have a harmful effect on the environment and have become an economic burden.

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vendredi 7 décembre 2012

Tan Rai bauxite plant to release first product in mid-December

After four times of delays, the Tan Rai bauxite plant will have its first batch of product on December 14-15.

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mardi 20 novembre 2012

Le Vietnam au cœur d’un projet asiatique d’aluminium

Le groupe minier public vietnamien Vinacomin (Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group) a obtenu le financement de trois banques japonaises pour développer une aluminerie, construite par Chinalco, pour des clients chinois.

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jeudi 13 septembre 2012

Vietnam's first alumina plant to operate in October

The $460-million Tan Rai alumina plant in Lam Dong province has almost been completed and the facility will be put into operation in October 2012, said the Lam Dong bauxite-alumina project management board.

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samedi 18 août 2012

Vietnam’s lack of control over mining wastes resources: house committee

Vietnam is licensing too many mining projects and for resources that it does not need yet, the National Assembly Committee of Science and Technology warned Wednesday following a study it made.

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lundi 19 mars 2012

Vietnam to test-run first alumina plant in early Q2

Vietnam will test-run the country's first alumina plant early in the second quarter starting in April, before moving to full production, a state-run newspaper said on Friday, indicating a slight delay in the project.

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mardi 1 novembre 2011

Nucléaire: le Vietnam toujours prêt à oeuvrer avec le Japon malgré Fukushima

TOKYO - Le Japon et le Vietnam ont confirmé lundi leur coopération dans le domaine de l'énergie nucléaire, malgré l'accident de la centrale de Fukushima, et ont annoncé le développement conjoint de terres rares.

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Vietnam PM in Tokyo to push atomic power, minerals

Vietnam's prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung arrived in Tokyo Sunday on a four-day visit expected to promote Japan's export of nuclear power plants to his country and joint development of rare earths.

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lundi 5 septembre 2011

Vietnam alumina refinery to sell material through tender

Vietnam's first alumina refinery will sell its material through tenders rather than directly to China's Yunnan Metallurgical Group under a 30-year sales agreement between the two firms, sources at Yunnan and the Vietnamese firm said on Thursday.

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jeudi 18 août 2011

Bauxite route not ready for transport

Transport officials at a meeting in Dong Nai Province on Saturday concluded that road conditions are not suitable for transporting alumina from the mining site in the Central Highlands to a port on the Thi Vai River for export, and suggested that upgrade be made quickly.

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lundi 15 août 2011

Chinese miners lack work permits at bauxite mine in Vietnam

Hanoi - Nearly two-thirds of labourers working at one of two controversial Chinese-run bauxite mines in Vietnam's Central Highlands do not have permits, local media said Friday.

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