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Ho Chi Minh City to spend $4.4 billion on anti-flood measures

Vietnam’s largest city is experiencing massive flooding and working to stem a rising tide Sitting where the Saigon River meets the South China Sea, Ho Chi Minh City is vulnerable to massive storm flooding. Late last month, the city’s streets and basement car parks filled with water, even as officials unveiled new plans to build flood control defenses, sewage treatment plants, and upgrade drains.
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