Vietnamnet - Major subsidiaries of the Formosa Plastics Group, Taiwan’s largest industrial conglomerate, have announced they are planning to invest $1 billion in the Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corp.
Bao Moi - The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) announced on April 24 that it had sent a document guiding the provision of financial aid for those who supplied tourism services and
Baomoi - A former top provincial official who was among those punished by the government for their roles in the notorious Formosa environmental disaster has asked to step down as a delegate of the
Vietnamnet - The working group from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment complemented by a body of other scientists have concluded that Hung Nghiep Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Co., Ltd. meets
Vietnamnet - Dozens of traders in Ha Tinh Province are facing huge losses as hundreds of tonnes of jellyfish cannot be sold due to the mass fish deaths caused by the Formosa pollution incident.
The north-central Vietnamese province of Quang Binh is likely to be able to meet a little more than half of its GDP growth target for 2016, as the provincial economy has been severely hit by a
The loss of 549 meters of underground electrical cables from the Vung Ang Economic Zone has disrupted its operations.
The toxic spill has scared people away from the region's once beautiful beaches, with arrivals plummeting by up to 90 percent.
NDO - A planned US$10.5 billion steel project with an annual capacity of 16 million tonnes to be developed by Hoa Sen Group in the Ca Na area in the central province of Binh Thuan has become a
Hoa Sen Group’s $10.6-billion industrial zone, steel manufacturing and port complex set to be built in the central province of Ninh Thuan will have to comply with more stringent rules than Taiwanese
The Government has been asked to compel Taiwanese firm Hung Nghiep Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Co. Ltd to compensate losses incurred by locals when it released toxic water into the ocean in April.
Formosa Ha Tinh has received a tax refund worth VND13 trillion, proof that foreign invested enterprises (FIEs) can enjoy high incentives, experts say.