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Vietnam approves mega investment in Lien Chieu port

The government of Vietnam has approved a US$147 million investment in building infrastructure at the Lien Chieu port in Da Nang, a project expected to launch construction this year and to be completed by 2025.

Once operational, the port will be able to handle container vessels with a capacity of 6,000-8,000TEU and general cargos and bulk carriers at maximum 100,000 tonnes. Additionally, construction works will include breakwater embankments, breakwaters and ship passages.

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