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Draft Law Limits Foreign Property Ownership in Special Economic Zones to 30%

A new draft regulation would limit foreign ownership of real estate in future special economic zones in Vietnam to 30% of any project.

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Vietnam Passport Ranks 128th on Quality of Nationality Index Last Year

Vietnam ranked 128th on the 2016 general Quality of Nationality Index, falling behind most of the Asia-Pacific region.

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Hanoi Mulls Replacing Historic Train Station With 6 High-Rises

Hanoi is planning to turn the city’s historic train station into a massive commercial complex.

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An Dong Vendors Go on Strike Over Delayed Market Upgrade, Mismanagement

Scores of vendors in District 5’s An Dong Market convened yesterday morning in front of the commercial hub to protest the management board’s various instances of malpractice.

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[Photos] Trial Tan Binh District Traffic Pattern Results in Major Congestion

A new traffic configuration tested at a flyover in Saigon's Tan Binh District on Monday failed miserably, with congestion becoming even worse than before.

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Morning News Roundup: Vietnam Starts ASEAN Para Games With Gold Haul

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Morning News Roundup: Da Nang Authorities Encourage Locals to Smile More

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Vietnam's 1st Domesticated Elephant in 30 Years to Be Born This Month

Despite predictions that Vietnam risks losing its entire elephant population within a decade, there is still hope as one elephant is set to give birth around the end of this month.

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Ministry of Construction Requests $500,000 to Rebuild Museum in Hanoi That Nobody Visits

The Ministry of Construction recently landed in hot water for requesting that the central government allocate VND11.3 trillion (US$497,200) for a project to rebuild the Hanoi-based Museum of National History.

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First Hanoi Metro Line Delayed Again Due to Lack of Funding

Vietnam is struggling to get new urban rail lines up and running, with Hanoi's first line delayed yet again thanks to financial problems.

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Morning News Roundup: Vietnam to Produce Own Bird Flu Vaccine From 2018

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