Bien Hoa


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Bien Hoa

(ˈbjɛn ˈhəʊə)
n
(Placename) a town in S Vietnam: a former capital of Cambodia. Pop: 520 000 (2005 est)
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They chose a region in northern Vietnam, which was not occupied by the United States Air Force and Bien Hoa, an industrial city where the Americans stored approximately 50 percent of Agent Orange and where there were at least four leaks in 1969-1970.
Project Description : Construction of the water drainage and wastewater treatment project in Bien Hoa city
We started our first development in the South of Vietnam where we have established our presence for more than 20 years in city of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai province.
As regards bilateral cooperation in post-war recovery, he expressed his pride about bomb and mine clearance and dioxin clean-up at Da Nang airport and committed to continued support to Vietnam at Bien Hoa airport.
in a hangar at Bien Hoa air base in Vietnam, part of the production's 10-day tour at military posts in that country.
By mid-November this Air Force counterinsurgency unit, called Farm Gate, had assembled a collection of elderly C-47s, T-28s, and B-26s at Bien Hoa Air Base near Saigon.
8220;Southern Vietnam comprising Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho and Bien Hoa cities is the most dominating region for tyre sales in Vietnam, accounting for about 41% of the total sales volume in the country.
This new plant is located in the Amata Industrial Zone of Bien Hoa Dong Nai province and cost the company US$248 million.
Nippon Paint has had a presence in Vietnam since 1994 through its first facility in Bien Hoa Industrial Zone II in the southern province of Dong Nai, followed by the opening of its second facility in 2006 in Ha Noi's Quang Minh Industrial Zone.
air bases in Da Nang, Bien Hoa and Phu Cat, where Agent Orange was mixed, stored and loaded onto planes.
Among those at the event was Cindy Coleman, wife of Joseph Fandino, a Foreign Service officer who died in the line of duty at Bien Hoa Air Force Base in 1972, leaving behind Coleman and two infant children.
s Vietnamese unit held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday for a new automobile plant in Bien Hoa in the province of Dong Nai.