A Covid-19 isolation area in HCMC

HCMC establishes blockades of sites, Dong Nai issues gathering restrictions

HCMC has blocked 33 locations related to Covid-19 cases while the neighboring province of Dong Nai has decided to limit public gatherings from February 10. In the meantime, the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong has required those who come back from HCMC to fill out health declaration forms and pay for a two-week quarantine period.

Dak Nong to host first Vietnam brocade festival

Dak Nong to host first Vietnam brocade festival

The first Vietnam brocade culture festival and Dak Nong investment promotion conference will take place in the Central Highlands locality from January 5-7.
ice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Truong Thanh Tung speaks at the event (Source: congthuong.vn)

Dak Nong hosts second Vietnamese Coffee Day

The second Vietnamese Coffee Day took place in Gia Nghia town of the Central Highlands of Dak Nong province on December 10, aiming to promote sustainable development of coffee sector.

Dak Nong province plans to allocate $4.8mln for square construction

Dak Nong province plans to allocate $4.8mln for square construction

The Highlands province of Dak Nong planned to allocate VND900 billion ($39,670,443); of which VND110 billion ($4.8 million) for building square while the remaining amount of VND700 billion for compensation and resettlement for 220 households.