​Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – January 11

Read what is in the news today, January 11: Politics — Leaders of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and China agreed on Wednesday to reinforce security, trade and environmental cooperation as they met in the Cambodian capital of Phom Penh for the second Lancang Mekong Cooperation (MLC). Society — The southern cities of Can Tho and Vung Tau will soon have their own book streets where readers can find their favorite books while attending regular cultural events, according to recent proposals by the local governments. — Six brand-new trains with a combined 90 carriages have been put to use by the Vietnam Railways Corporation at a cost of around VND957 billion (US$42.16 million) to improve railroad capacity during the upcoming travel season in February. — A fire that broke out at solar farm in south-central Khanh Hoa Province on Wednesday afternoon led to the complete destruction of 32,000 solar panels, with damages amounting to VND30 billion ($1.32 million). — The south-central province of Khanh Hoa will spend over $76 million bringing its 110kV power line underground in a South Korea-assisted project to improve the appeal of Nha Trang City, the provincial capital. — The administration of Ho Chi Minh City is mulling over a plan to allow a part of its sidewalks to be used for other purposes, such as parking and selling street food, to strike a balance between urban order and the actual need of its citizens. — The Bui Vien Walking Street in downtown Ho Chi Minh… [Read full story]


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