Kon Tum targets 15% annual growth

The province’s per capita GDP is projected to double every five years: between 2010 and 2015 and between 2015 and 2020, reaching VND28 million (US$1,340) and VND53 million ($2,540), respectively. To meet these objectives, the province targets a total investment of VND105 trillion ($5,034 billion) over the next decade, 30 per cent of which will be sourced in the first five years.

Provinces receive wildfire alert as drought takes hold

Most of the provinces warned are in the southeast. Bac Giang, Binh Phuoc, Dong Nai, Ha Nam, Kon Tum, Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa and Tay Ninh provinces are said to be "extremely dangerous" because of the dry conditions they are experiencing.

New suspension bridge collapses in Kon Tum

The bridge connecting two communes of Dak Ang and Dak Nong was opened in July. Before that, local residents used a pulley system to cross the river for nearly a year after a severe flood swept away the old bridge in 2009. The new bridge cost over VND120 million (US$6,000), with the money coming from a donor and local residents carrying out the construction work.

Kon Tum holds food fair

Ethnic minority groups including Bana, Xe Dang, Gia Rai, Gie Trieng and Brau introduced to visitors their unique cooking techniques and famous dishes such as banana inflorescences mixed dried buffalo meat, roast meat, bird mixed Ngoc Linh ginseng and more.

Kon Tum cancels hydroelectric plant projects

The cancelled projects include Dak Xo Rach 3, Dak Xo Rach 4, Ngoc Tem which were produced by Hoang Anh Gia Lai company, Dak Man of Tu81 Cuong company, Nuoc Chim of Minh Chien company, Dak Plo of Dai Phat and Dak Ro Ke of Trung Dong company.

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