An Nhon

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An Nhon

(ˈɑn ˈnɔn)
n.
a city in S central Vietnam. 117,000. Formerly, Binh Dinh.
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Transfer rice cultivation techniques adapted to water logging and salinity to improve the community%s capacity to maintain the efficiency of rice production in the coastal districts (Tuy Phuoc, Phu Cat district) in Binh Dinh for the limitation of the fallow paddy land in saline conditions and increased seawater intrusion due to the impact of climate change
Akihiko Takashima of Kyoei Steel would persuade other Japanese businesses to come to Vietnam to learn about seafood production and processing in the provinces of Binh Dinh and Phu Yen.
Cargill s animal nutrition business recently celebrated the completion of its US$20 million animal feed mill expansion in Vietnam s Binh Dinh province.
Proposed to be established in the central province of Binh Dinh, a Thai-invested oil refinery, has reduced its estimated investment to $21.
Previous week, during the meeting with Binh Dinh province s officials , CEO Igor Soglayev of Sarvors a subsidiary of Rosneft stated that company was conceiving investment in the Nhon Hoi refinery project.
In fact, by collaborating with the government and our partners, Orbis is the only non-profit organization which has helped to build Vietnam's capacity to prevent and manage childhood blindness, including ROP[retinopathy of prematurity], through the setting up of five tertiary pediatric eye centers in Hanoi, Hue, Da Nang, Binh Dinh, and Ho Chi Minh City.
Binh Dinh Province reported the highest number of deaths, followed by Quang Ngai, the official Thanh Nien (Young People) newspaper reports.
Rain continued to fall on Sunday morning in the coastal provinces of Quang Ngai and Binh Dinh -- where at least 20 people (of the 34) were killed," Trung said, adding damage is initially estimated at around $65 million.
In the worst-hit province of Binh Dinh, floods killed 12 people and left two missing, officials said.
The wall stretches from northern Quang Ngai Province south into the province of Binh Dinh and is arguably the greatest engineering feat of the Nguyen Dynasty.
Palmerston North nurse educator Anne de Bres looks back on her two-and-half years working in Viet Nam's Binh Dinh Province as a volunteer with Volunteer Service Abroad (VSA) as a dream fulfilled.