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samedi 4 juin 2016

Vietnam taxis told to see Uber as driver for change

While Vietnam’s traditional taxi firms have been lamenting unfair competition from tech-based rivals Uber and Grab, experts are advising they use the opportunity to focus on identifying areas for self-improvement to win back customers.

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vendredi 8 avril 2016

Hanoi to add airport buses

Vietnam’s Prime Minister has given the green light for Hanoi to start three new bus routes connecting the city centre to Noi Bai International Airport.

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mardi 29 mars 2016

Vietnam plans 3 small airports in northern highlands

Vietnam will need more than VND9.8 trillion (US$438.77 million) to build and upgrade three small airports in the northern highlands next year, according to the national aviation authority.

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lundi 21 mars 2016

HCMC opens airport bus link

A new bus route connecting Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City and downtown districts opened last week.

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jeudi 25 février 2016

Cable car reaches Fansipan

A cable car that transports tourists to Vietnam’s Fansipan peak overlooking Sapa in the far north of country opened to visitors, last week.

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lundi 15 février 2016

300 killed in traffic accidents over nine Tet days in Vietnam

Hundreds of commuters lost their lives and just as many were injured in traffic accidents during Vietnam’s biggest annual holiday, according to the National Traffic Safety Committee.

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vendredi 29 janvier 2016

Vietnam Railways has more five-star trains

With investment of VND65 billion (over $2.9 million), a pair of Saigon-Hanoi trains numbered SE 7/8, with 59 carriages meeting 5-star standards were launched on January 26 by the Saigon Railway Transport JSC.

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vendredi 22 janvier 2016

Tale of two metro lines shows battle for business in Vietnam

A tale of two metro lines in Vietnam’s capital has thrown sharp light on how anti-China feeling plays into a battle between economic powers for sway in this frontier market.

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mardi 22 décembre 2015

Tariff cuts help cheap cars from Thailand dominate Vietnam market

Thailand took over South Korea and China to become the top car seller in terms of units

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lundi 21 décembre 2015

Vietnam aims to halve traffic death toll by 2020

More than 9,000 lives are lost on the road every year in Vietnam. That is about 25 a day. Authorities want to nearly halve the toll to 5,000 a year by 2020.

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jeudi 3 décembre 2015

Vietnam warned about negative impact from Chinese ‘infrastructure leverage’

While China, Laos and Thailand are believed to benefit from the Chinese ‘infrastructure leverage’ program, Vietnam will sustain negative impact from it.

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vendredi 30 octobre 2015

Number of accidents in Viet Nam down 11%

The first ten months of the year saw fewer traffic accidents in Viet Nam, with just around 18,440 incidents, down 11 per cent compared to the same period last year.

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dimanche 11 octobre 2015

HCMC to improve airport bus

Ho Chi Minh City plans to launch a new public bus service connecting the downtown business district to Tan Son Nhat International Airport.

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mardi 29 septembre 2015

Ho Chi Minh City rehashes tramway plan in bid to tackle traffic crisis

Ho Chi Minh City government has allowed a joint venture to conduct a feasibility study on a tramway line aiming to cater to 20-25 percent of the demand for public transportation.

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lundi 21 septembre 2015

Billions to modernise VN's railway

The modernisation of Viet Nam's railway system is projected to cost about US$5.1 billion, experts said during an event on detailed plans to upgrade the 1,726 km stretch of the North-South railway from Ha Noi to HCM City.

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vendredi 11 septembre 2015

Vietnam plans to turn to private sector to develop infrastructure

Vietnam will need around $48 billion from 2016 through 2020 to improve the country’s weak transportation infrastructure, the country’s government says.

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