The city wants to be cleaner and safer. But money is really an issue.
Forget dubious taxis at Tan Son Nhat Airport. We are switching to trains
The Ministry of Transport will buy 13 trains for a total of more than $63.2 million
A downtown street will be expanded at a cost of VND2.5 billion, or $114,400, per meter
They allegedly took a total of US$562,000 from a Japanese consultancy.
It is awaiting approval, but indications are it will begin next month, instead of April end as initially planned
The Vietnamese structure is set to beat the 634-meter height of Tokyo Skytree
The train can carry 930 passengers at the same time
Site clearance work for the much-awaited project is already two years behind the original deadline.
Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities have asked for over US$1.2 billion from the Asian Development Bank to fund infrastructure...