In 2013, besides a number of fundamental advantages, our province also faced numerous difficulties and challenges. However, with the efforts of the whole political system, the economic-social conditions, security-national defense in the province have been basically stabilized with developments in some sectors. Especially, there is a shift in economic structure towards fast increasing the proportion of industry -construction and services in the economic structure. By the end of 2013, the industrial- construction sector accounted for 35.5 %, services 40.3 % and agriculture - forestry-fishery only 24.2 % of GDP. Per capita GDP in 2013 was 27.3 million dongs. The industry-construction sector continued to grow, increasing by 13.3% over the same period, of which industry increased 13.1%, construction 13.8%. The province has raised more capital for investment, accelerating to complete and put into use 176 works. Jointly organizing to inaugurate and put into use the Eastern civil aviation … [Read more...] about Drastic shift in economic structure towards fast increasing the proportion of industry, construction and services
Established in October 1998, the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park was hoped to become a technological hub like Silicon Valley in the US that would help stimulate industrialization and modernization. However, ten years after its establishment, Hoa Lac seems to have left no impression. Nguyen Van Lang, Deputy Minister of Science and Technology, Head of the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park Management Board discussed this situation. Ten years have passed and hopes about the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park are fading, why? There are many reasons for Hoa Lac's sluggishness. The biggest reason behind this is slow site clearance, with only 200ha in 10 years. Investment in infrastructure is less than expected, under VND200 billion (US$12.5 million). This was our first hi-tech park, and that made it very difficult to develop. For a normal industrial park, we only need to do site clearance, build roads and other infrastructure facilities and invite investors, on the condition that they are industrial projects. But … [Read more...] about Hanoi’s “Silicon Valley”
New planning model proposed for key southern economic zone (20-12-2007) Song Than Industrial Zone in southern Binh Duong Province has attracted both international and domestic investment. Now the province will focus on developing industrial plants, forestry, eco-tourism and border-economy projects as part of a new planning model. — VNA/VNS Photo Pham Do HCM CITY — A new planning model for the development of HCM City and the southern key economic zone has been proposed by the Southern Urban and Rural Planning Institute. The proposal was made at a meeting with the city administration, the Construction Ministry, and local provincial officials on Tuesday. Under the proposal, the city's transport network and water resources would be developed and used more effectively. At the meeting, the institute presented a report containing recommendations for exploiting each area in a sustainable way. The northern area of HCM City, which includes Tay Ninh and Binh Duong Provinces, … [Read more...] about New planning model proposed for key southern economic zone
Nguyen Manh Dung, CEO of Namilux, one of the leading gas stove manufacturers in Viet Nam, said his company tied up with a Japanese partner and has adopted Japanese standards in its production for nearly 20 years. Now it exports mini gas stoves, heating stoves, grills, and lamps to more than 20 countries, and has consolidated its position and brand name not only in the domestic market but also in fastidious markets, he said. “Firms cannot stand firm if they do not attach importance to standards and technology.” In addition to following international standards, “we have pursued solutions to improve technology and automate gas stove production. “Technology plays an important role in helping NaMilux get such a position in the domestic and export markets.” The company has automated over 70 per cent of its production stages, he said. “We are automating the rest [too]. We will also apply enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to unify the management of … [Read more...] about Quality, tech help VN products go global
BOM, NextGen Ventures en Arches Capital versterken gezamenlijk de ambitie van ENPICOM om een wereldspeler te worden op het gebied van immunomic Om van data tot de juiste inzichten te komen met deze fascinerende technologie, zijn slimme nieuwe analysemethoden en solide software nodig.”— Dr. Alvise Trevisan'S-HERTOGENBOSCH, NOORD-BRABANT, NETHERLANDS, March 5, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Bioinformatica software engineeringbedrijf ENPICOM heeft een serie A investeringsronde positief afgesloten. BOM Brabant Ventures, NextGen Ventures en Arches Capital hebben samen 1,2 miljoen euro geïnvesteerd om het analyseplatform voor DNA/RNA-sequentiedata van immuunsysteemcellen van het bedrijf te ondersteunen. ENPICOM zal deze opbrengsten gebruiken om de ontwikkeling van haar ImmunoGenomiX (IGX) platform te voltooien en het op de markt te introduceren. ENPICOM BV werd in 2017 opgericht door Dr. Alvise Trevisan (CTO), Dr. Nicola Bonzanni (CSO) en Drs. Jos Lunenberg, MBA (CEO). Medio … [Read more...] about BOM, NextGen Ventures en Arches Capital Investeren 1,2 Miljoen in ENPICOM Voor Ontwikkeling IGX Platform
BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) We all know how distracting cellphones can be for drivers behind the wheel. Many states have hands-free laws and now most cars come with some sort of system to help you comply. But is that technology built into your car actually just as much of a distraction? Our Dom Amato takes a look. "We know that distraction is a major issue on our highways," said Pat Moody of AAA. To help cut back on distraction, almost every new car comes with an infotainment system. "There is more being put into the dashboards trying to make them safer, but that's not necessarily happening," Moody said. A new AAA study focused on the distraction level for older drivers. They found the technology created potentially unsafe distractions for all drivers, but on average, motorists aged 55-75 are taking their eyes off the road for more than eight seconds longer than younger drivers when using the in-car systems. "I use it every time I'm in the truck," said Jeremy Fleming of Virginia. … [Read more...] about Can high-tech equipment in cars leave drivers in danger?