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A tofu skin production facility is fulfilling its orders for the upcoming Tet holiday. (Photo: SGGP)

Mekong Delta specialties urgently prepared for Tet season

Whenever Lunar New Year comes, specialty villages in the Mekong Delta eagerly prepare their products to satisfy consumers’ high demands nationwide. They increase their capacity very early, each year with more varieties to serve their customers.
Banks prioritize credit for agricultural product in Mekong Delta

Banks prioritize credit for agricultural product in Mekong Delta

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), on December 13, in Can Tho City, coordinated with the People's Committee of Can Tho City to organize a conference on "Credit solutions to promote the purchase, consumption, and export of key agricultural products in the Mekong Delta".
Crop conversion in Mekong Delta gives economic efficiency

Crop conversion in Mekong Delta gives economic efficiency

The Mekong Delta is no longer too dependent on rice production but has taken steps to convert crops grown on inefficient rice land to other crops or aquaculture. Initially, these transformations bring economic efficiency.
Rice processing for export at Trung An Hi-tech Farming JSC.

Vietnamese rice export showing impressively positive signs

Economist experts commented that the target of Vietnam to export 7 tonnes of rice in 2022 is within the power. In addition, the export price of 5-percent broken rice is leading the world, at US$425-230 per tonne. These are truly positive signs to the national economy at the end of this year.

An art performance at the opening ceremony

Mekong Delta’s first book street opens in Cao Lanh City

The first book street in the Mekong Delta region opened on November 19 in Dong Thap Province’s Cao Lanh City marking the 40th anniversary of Vietnamese Teachers’ Day (November 20) and the event of Cao Lanh City listed in the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities.
Mekong Delta has 621 erosion points due to sand overexploitation

Mekong Delta has 621 erosion points due to sand overexploitation

The Mekong Delta has lost about 500 hectares of land annually, notably severe damage of more than VND200 billion (US$8 million) from land erosions in the provinces and cities of An Giang, Dong Thap, Can Tho, Vinh Long and Ca Mau from 2018 to 2020.