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Vietnam may have nuclear power by 2020

August 26, 2009
Vietnam may have nuclear power by 2020

Plans are moving forward for Vietnam’s first nuclear power plant. Dr. Le Van Hong, Vice Chief of the Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute, talked about this project. A nuclear power plant in France (photo: Reuters).LookAtVietnam – Plans are moving forward for Vietnam’s first nuclear power plant. Dr. Le Van Hong, Vice Chief of the Vietnam Atomic [...]

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Nuclear power: Seven agencies allowed to offer training

April 20, 2009
Nuclear power: Seven agencies allowed to offer training

According to the scheme to train human resources for the nuclear power sector, seven agencies in Hanoi, HCM City and Lam Dam province are permitted to offer training activities. The total funding for this scheme is around VND2 trillion ($111.1 million). A nuclear power plant (photo: ecofriend.org).LookAtVietnam – According to the scheme to train human [...]

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Vietnam, Cuba foreign ministries to bolster ties

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Vietnam’s top diplomat has affirmed that the Foreign Ministry will closely cooperate with its Cuban counterpart to implement the agreements reached by the two...