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June 05, 2012 - Vietnam to investigate foreign aids abuse: minister

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◯12060401 Philippines, Manila Bulletin 
Agus 1 Under LGU Forfeiture
ミンダナオの80MWアグス第1水力は,PSALM所有権失効
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/index12060401.htm
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http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/12060401.jpg
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http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/12060403.jpg
The 80-megawatt Agus 1 unit of the hydropower complex in Mindanao has been forfeited by the local government of Marawi City for non-payment of real estate taxes by the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM).

◯12060402 Pakistan, Cogeneration
Rs145,152m earmarked for power sector
パキスタン政府はニールムジェルム水力などに今年度予算
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/index12060402.htm
http://goo.gl/hD0d6
?http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/1206040201.jpg
... Rs26,806 million for Neelum Jhelum Hydropower project, Rs7,187 million for Tarbela fourth extension hydel project, Rs3,859 million for Dubir Khawar Hydro Power project, Rs2,173 million for Allai Khawar Hyrdro Power project, Rs1,032 million for ...

◯12060403 Pakistan, The Express Tribune
Exploiting our untapped hydropower resources
パキスタン,既設水力の改造で直ちに100万KW開発可能
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/index12060403.htm
http://goo.gl/yZiUF
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/1206040301.jpg
By Khurram Baig By rehabilitating existing hydropower generation units it is possible to add 1000MW immediately. PHOTO:FILE Pakistan is well endowed with energy resources.

◯12060404 Vietnam, Thanh Nien Daily 
Vietnam SOEs big on bank loans, losses: finance ministry
ベトナム財務省は,借款がEVNなどエネルギー公社に集中を懸念
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/index12060404.htm
http://goo.gl/OgbXU
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/1206040401.jpg
Loans to 12 economic groups, including oil and gas giant PetroVietnam, state utility Electricity of Vietnam and coal miner Vinacomin, made up more than half of the figure, VnExpress reported, citing a new Finance Ministry plan to restructure the SOE ...

●12060405 Vietnam, Thanh Nien Daily
Vietnam to investigate foreign aids abuse: minister
ベトナムの財務大臣,ODAに伴う不正使用を調査へ
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/index12060405.htm
http://goo.gl/RGnP6
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/1206040501.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/1206040502.jpg
His comments came after the Danish Embassy in Hanoi announced that it would suspend aid for three climate-change research projects in Vietnam due to reports of fraud. It will take time for the Vietnamese authorities to review all the information ...

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