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Phu Yen biomass power plant joins national grid
The India-invested company commenced construction of the factory in 2015 in the mountainous district of Son Hoa after its sugar plant in the locality raised capacity to 8,000 tonnes of sugarcane per day.
The power plant, fuelled by bagasse, the pulp remaining after sugar extraction, has a design capacity of 60 MW and a total investment of nearly VND1.3 trillion (US$57.1 million).
The first phase of the project has been completed with a capacity of 30 MW and it is able to generate over 70 million kWh of electricity annually.
The company is carrying out the second phase of the power plan along with raising the capacity of the sugarcane processing plant to 10,000 tonnes per day.
Director General of the KCP Vietnam Industries Limited, K.V.S.R Subbaiah said the company also hopes to invest in processing side products of sugar production such as alcohol and microbiological fertiliser.
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Vietnamese banks warned they will have to compete with Uber, Apple
VnExpress, an online newspaper, has opened an online shop to sell iPhones, while The Gioi Di Dong, a mobile phone distribution chain, has decided to sell vegetable and meat. And banks have been warned that they will have to compete with Uber or Apple. Tran Nhat Minh, deputy CEO of VIB Bank, said businesses not only have to compete with the rivals in the same fields. More and more businesses, taking full advantage of the Internet of Things (IoT), have begun providing products and services… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Bobrova, Soloviev take gold at Rostelecom Cup
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's Ekaterina Bobrova and Dmitri Soloviev have won the gold medal for ice dancing at the Rostelecom Cup, the third of six preliminary events in the Grand Prix series.Skating to music from Vivaldi and Chopin, their free dance was close to flawless and raised them to the top Saturday from third after the short dance.Americans Madison Chock and Evan Bates, who had been narrowly in front after the short dance, dropped to second, troubled by some small errors and Bates stepping… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Republicans lock horns with Trump as new Congress sworn in
Washington (AFP) - House Republicans were forced to back down Tuesday on plans to gut a congressional ethics office as Donald Trump rebuked them over the move, in an embarrassing clash with the president-elect on the day the new Congress was sworn in.When Trump takes office on January 20, Republicans will run both chambers of Congress and the White House for the first time since 2007, having retained control of the Senate and House of Representatives in November's vote.Emboldened Republican… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Chinese tourists looking ever further afield for travel
Some 18 million Chinese nationals travelled abroad during the three-months from April to May, marking a 12.5 per cent increase on the previous year. With only 15.8 million arrivals in the Greater China region from mainland China in quarter two of 2016, more journeys are being made to destinations beyond Greater China (53.3 per cent of the total) than within the Greater China region (Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan), for the first time. Drawing upon its internal research, COTRI China Outbound… chat_bubble_outline Read More...