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Norway funds climate change impact curbs Tin ảnh

(16:10:31 PM 12/07/2013)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Norway will provide Viet Nam with nearly VND10 billion (US$476,000) to conduct a four-year project to reduce the impacts of climate change on rice production.

 

will provideNorway Viet Nam with nearly US$476,000 to conduct a four-year project to reduce the impacts of climate change on rice production.—Photo chinhphu

 

The project will be conducted in the northern province of Nam Dinh and the Mekong Delta provinces of Soc Trang and Tra Vinh from next month.

 

The Norwegian Embassy and the Viet Nam Academy of Agricultural Sciences signed the agreement for the project in Ha Noi on Wednesday.

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