The new guidelines mean those who were found to build construction works for illegal residence in the ecological conservation areas would be fined between VNĐ500,000 and VNĐ3 million ($129).
The ninth meeting on traditional medicine and folk medicine in the greater Mekong basin began in Hanoi on September 5, with the participation of nearly 500 international delegates.
“South Korea will support the construction of roads, bridges, railways and ports among Mekong nations,” he said. He suggested the green growth strategy to connect Mekong’s resources with bio and medical sectors.
The MRC has no control over China’s dams nor those in Laos. China’s LMC framework seems divorced from the problems its dams are causing. So there seems every reason to hold a gloomy view of the Mekong’s future.