Huong Pagoda Festival canceled because of Covid-19 pandemic

Huong Pagoda Festival canceled because of Covid-19 pandemic

Mr. Nguyen Ba Hien, Head of the Management Board of the Huong Son Historical and Scenic Complex in My Duc District in Hanoi, on February 6, said that the Huong Pagoda Festival in 2021 would be canceled for the prevention of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The HCMC end at the regular online meeting of January 2021 of the Government on the morning of February 2. (Photo: HMC)

Thu Duc City comes into normal operation

Reporting to the Government, Mr. Vo Van Hoan, Vice Chairman of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, said that, after changing the organizational model, Thu Duc City had operated normally, with all matters related to the people being ensured against congestion and difficulties.
Ministry calls for support to prevent live pig, pork product smuggling

Ministry calls for support to prevent live pig, pork product smuggling

From December last year to mid-January this year, enterprises had imported about 100,000-110,000 porkers from Thailand to Vietnam for slaughtering to serve the year-end consumer demand, mainly through Lao Bao Border Gate in the Central province of Quang Tri.
The delegation of Ho Chi Minh City led by Mr. Le Huynh Minh Tu, Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade, visits the carrot farm of Xuan Thai Thinh Company. (Photo: SGGP)

Plentiful supply of vegetables, fruits for Tet market in HCMC at stable prices

The delegation of Ho Chi Minh City led by Mr. Le Huynh Minh Tu, Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade, on January 21, continued to pay a visit and work with key enterprises of Lam Dong Province on the supply of vegetables and fruits for the city market during the Tet holidays.
Customers buy sweetmeats at a supermarket. (Photo: SGGP)

Purchasing power for Tet goods flourishes

The general purchasing power in the market has been highly increasing. People tend to buy Tet goods earlier than in previous years. Goods are plentiful and diverse with stable prices. That is the general opinion of traders about the Tet market.
Consumers buy pork at a supermarket. (Photo: SGGP)

No shortage of fresh food for upcoming Lunar New Year festival

Mr. Le Huynh Minh Tu, Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade of Ho Chi Minh City, said that the supply of pork, poultry meat, and eggs for the city market would certainly not be insufficient after his first working day with key suppliers on January 20.
Ms. Phan Thi Thang gives gifts to poor people in Quang Nam (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC gives US$775,243 to poor families in 35 cities, provinces on Tet occasion

On the morning of January 16, a delegation led by Vice Chairwoman of the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee  Phan Thi Thang visited and gave presents to beneficiaries of social welfare policies, poor households, and victims in storm -hit areas in the central provinces of Quang Nam and Quang Ngai.
HCMC enhances health quarantine procedure

HCMC enhances health quarantine procedure

The Department of Health in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday requested to enhance health quarantine procedure for residents’ safety in Tet holidays ( the Lunar New Year).
Meat processing at Vissan Company. (Photo: SGGP)

Pork market for Tet holidays: plentiful supply, unstable prices

Pork supply remains plentiful in markets, and the demand for pork has decreased. Pig farmers have been repopulating pig herds to serve the needs of the people during the festive season. There is, obviously, no shortage of pork, but the prices of pork have increased sharply.