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Central Highlands Economic Region
General Overview of Gia Lai Province – Part 2 Print
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 13:41
2012_Jan_10_-_Pic_1VIETRADE - Minerals Generally, minerals and natural resources of Gia Lai Province are definitely abundant and diversified, and are favorable for industrial development, especially for building-material production. There is bauxite, gold, iron, granite, limestone, clay, lime, and sand etc.

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General Overview of Gia Lai Province – Part 1 Print
Thursday, 05 January 2012 13:35
2012_Jan_5_-_Pic_1VIETRADE - Geographical location: Gia Lai, a mountainous province, is situated in the northern part of the Central Highlands, The province possesses an international key position in the pivotal economic developmental triangle of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. It shares a border with Kon Tum Province to…

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Overview of Kon Tum Province – Part 2 Print
Friday, 25 November 2011 08:10
2011_Nov_25_-_Pic_1VIETRADE - Forest resources Scientists accomplishing the planning and classification of three kinds of forest note that in 2010 there were 747 thousand ha of agricultural land, of which the river head protective forest was about 187 thousand ha. Forest coverage was 68%, the highest in the country.

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Overview of Kon Tum Province – Part 1 Print
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 18:04
2011_Nov_22_-_Pic_1VIETRADE - Kon Tum, re-established in 1991, is one of the five provinces in the Central Highlands. It belongs to the development triangle of Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia, and is the entrepôt of the international trading corridor of Myanmar – Northeastern Thailand – Lower Laos. This is the shortest east…

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The Central Highlands – The People, Population, Culture and Society – Part 2 Print
Saturday, 29 October 2011 15:12
2011_Oct_29_-_Pic_1VIETRADE – The main occupation of ethnic minority groups is farming. There is crop rotation, rudimentary production mostly based on nature. The main food crop is paddy rice; in addition, there is corn, potatoes and cassava as supplemental food, also used for animal feed and brewing wine. Livestock a…

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