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Ta Cu Nature Reserve misreports large-scale deforestation

Ta Cu Nature Reserve misreports large-scale deforestation

Ta Cu Nature Reserve in Binh Thuan Province reported a deforestation case with an area of more than 4,900 square meters. However, through actual inspection, the deforestation area is up to nearly 20,000 sq.m.
Many forest rangers in Binh Thuan quit their jobs

Many forest rangers in Binh Thuan quit their jobs

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Binh Thuan Province, on November 24, said that from October 2020 to the present time, up to 116 people who are forest rangers and local forest protection forces have resigned.
A ritual in the Kate Festival at Po Sah Inu tower

Binh Thuan Province's Cham people celebrate Kate Festival

Thousands of local people and visitors along with Cham people celebrated the Kate festival, the most important event of the Cham ethnic group, which was held at the Po Sah Inu tower in Phan Thiet City in the south-central coastal province of Binh Thuan on October 25.
Key irrigation project needs to remove obstacles

Key irrigation project needs to remove obstacles

Despite being considered a strategic project to effectively use the water resources of La Nga River for the development of the Southern region of Binh Thuan Province and the surrounding areas of Dong Nai and Ba Ria - Vung Tau provinces, the La Nga No.3 Water Reservoir project is currently unable to be deployed because it is at the same location as a hydropower project.
Investors neglect seeking fundamental solutions for thermoelectric ash, slag

Investors neglect seeking fundamental solutions for thermoelectric ash, slag

Binh Thuan Province has four active thermal power plants, with a total capacity of nearly 4,300MW, including Vinh Tan 1, Vinh Tan 2, Vinh Tan 4, and Vinh Tan 4 Expansion. Fly ash and slag discharged from the operation of these factories have already piled up as high as mountains. Binh Thuan Province has tried all measures to handle it, but they are going nowhere.
Over 100,000 tons of Binh Thuan dragon fruits need to be consumed

Over 100,000 tons of Binh Thuan dragon fruits need to be consumed

Recently, the export of dragon fruits of Binh Thuan Province through the Chinese market encountered many difficulties because the Northern border gates constantly closed and stopped customs clearance. Currently, dragon fruits are difficult to sell, although the selling price is extremely low, only from VND500-VND2,000 per kg.
Dragon fruit growers struggle as price plunges

Dragon fruit growers struggle as price plunges

After China announced to suspend the import of dragon fruits from Vietnam, the price of dragon fruits in Binh Thuan Province, which has the largest area and output of dragon fruit across the country, suddenly dropped steeply.
Vietnamese dragon fruits seek export market in India, Pakistan

Vietnamese dragon fruits seek export market in India, Pakistan

The office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, on the morning of August 3, informed the press that the Trade Promotion Agency in association with the Vietnamese Embassy in India and the Vietnamese Embassy in Pakistan would hold an online trade conference to introduce and promote the export market for Vietnamese dragon fruits to Indian and Pakistanis partners.
Karaoke lounges, bars, discos in Binh Thuan suspended operation from May 3

Karaoke lounges, bars, discos in Binh Thuan suspended operation from May 3

According to an urgent order of the People’s Committee of Binh Thuan Province, all unnecessary entertainment services and activities with high risk of the Covid-19 pandemic spread like karaoke lounges, bars, discos, festivals, night markets, exhibitions, etc closed temporarily from May 3 until further notice.  
Despite the high price increase, dragon fruit growers in Binh Thuan Province feel concerned. (Photo: SGGP)

Unexpected increase in dragon fruit prices concerns farmers

After the price of dragon fruits for the Tet market plunged drastically, in the first days of the new year, it has unexpectedly hiked again, making farmers in Binh Thuan Province – the capital of dragon fruits - both happy and worry at the same time.
Foreign tourists visit a dragon fruit field. (Photo: SGGP)

Binh Thuan opens tours to dragon fruit fields

Binh Thuan Province is known as not only a place with strong development in tourism but also the largest area specializing in growing dragon fruit across the country. For years, the idea of the model of community tourism attaching with dragon fruit production has been kindled. By the end of last year, that model has been realized by the Tourism Promotion Information Center of Binh Thuan Province in association with the People’s Committee of Ham My Commune.