Home
Contact us
Map
Main services
Decree No. 113/2009/ND-CP dated December 15, 2009 of the Government on investment monitoring and evaluation
26/04/2011
Share |

THE GOVERNMENT
-------

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
----------

No. 113/2009/ND-CP

Hanoi, December 15, 2009

 

DECREE

ON INVESTMENT MONITORING AND EVALUATION

THE GOVERNMENT

Pursuant to the December 25, 2001 Law on Organization of the Government;
Pursuant to Law No. 38/2009/QH12 Amending and Supplementing a Number of Articles of the Laws Concerning Capital Construction Investment;
Pursuant to Investment Law No. 59/2005/QH11;
At the proposal of the Minister of Planning and Investment,

DECREES:

Chapter I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. Scope of regulation and subjects of application

1. Scope of regulation:

a/ This Decree provides for the contents and organization of monitoring and evaluation of investment projects and direct investment activities funded with capital of all sources;

b/ The monitoring and evaluation of offshore direct investment activities comply with the Government's separate regulations;

c/ The monitoring and evaluation of investment projects funded with official development assistance (ODA) comply with the law on ODA management and use when this Decree contains different provisions. The inspection of ODA-funded investment projects complies with this Decree;

d/ Community monitoring complies with the Prime Minister's regulations.

2. This Decree applies to agencies, organizations and individuals involved in direct investment and investment monitoring and evaluation activities.

Article 2. Interpretation of terms

In this Decree, the terms below are construed as follows:

1. Investment monitoring and evaluation means the supervision, inspection and evaluation of the level of achievement of the investment process against investment requirements and objectives. Investment monitoring and evaluation consist of monitoring and evaluation of investment projects and investment-related overall monitoring and evaluation.

2. Monitoring of an investment project means the regular supervision and planned periodical or unexpected inspection of a project's investment process under investment management regulations to assure the achievement of project's objectives and efficiency.

3. Supervision of an investment project means the regular and periodical update of information relating to the project implementation; summarization, analysis and evaluation of information and putting forward of options to management authorities at all levels for decision to ensure that the project is implemented according to its objectives and schedule, with quality and within the bounds of specified resources.

4. Inspection of an investment project means the planned periodical or unexpected inspection of the observance of project management regulations by concerned agencies, organizations and individuals; detect in time mistakes and weaknesses in project management under law; propose problems or violations of project management regulations to competent authorities for handling; and monitor the handling of the detected problems and compliance with handling measures.

5. Evaluation of an investment project means the planned periodical or unexpected determina­tion of the level of achievement of specific objec­tives and targets against the project investment decision or the State-prescribed evaluation standards at a given point of time. Evaluation of an investment project consists of initial evaluation, mid-term evaluation, final evaluation, impact evaluation and unexpected evaluation.

6. Initial evaluation means the evaluation conducted right after the project implementation commences, aiming to review the project's practical situation compared to the time of its approval, so as to take handling measures right at the stage of technical designing and planning for project implementation.

7. Mid-term evaluation means the evaluation conducted in the middle of the approved project implementation duration or after finishing each phase (for a project implemented in different phases), aiming to review the process of project implementation from the time of commence­ment, so as to propose necessary adjustments.

8. Final evaluation means the evaluation conducted right after the project is completed, aiming to consider the project's outcomes and draw experience lessons.

9. Impact evaluation means the evaluation conducted at an appropriate point of time after the third year from the date a project is put into operation, aiming to identify the project's efficiency, sustainability and socio-economic impacts against the set objectives.

10. Unexpected evaluation means the evaluation conducted when arise unexpected problems, difficulties and impacts in the process of project implementation.

11. Investment-related overall monitoring means regular supervision and planned periodical inspection of the investment process at different levels in different sectors and localities; identification and timely remedying of wrongdoings and mistakes to ensure efficient investment is made in line with plannings and plans and according to set objectives.

12. Investment-related overall supervision means the regular and periodical update of information relating to investment activities and investment management by different levels, sectors and localities; summarization, analysis and evaluation of information and proposition of mechanisms and policies related to investment management.

13. Investment-related overall inspection means the planned periodical or unexpected inspection of the observance of investment management regulations by different levels and sectors; detection and timely remedying of mistakes and weaknesses to ensure lawful investment management; detection and reporting of arising problems or violations of investment management regulations to competent authorities for timely handling; and supervision of the handling of the detected problems and compliance with handling measures.

14. Investment-related overall evaluation means the planned periodical analysis and evaluation of investment results of the economy, sectors and localities; determination of the level of achievement compared to plannings and plans in each period or phase; analysis of causes affecting investment results and putting forward of solutions to raising investment efficiency in the subsequent period or phase.

15. Investment project funded with 30% or more state capital means an investment project with a state capital portion accounting for 30% or more of its total investment and specified in the project approval decision. The state capital portion in a project shall be determined on a case-by-case basis.

16. Investment project funded with capital of other sources means an investment project not funded with state capital or with a state capital portion accounting for less than 30% of its total investment.

17. Corporation 91 means a state corporation established under the Prime Minister's Decision No. 91/TTg of March 7, 1994, on pilot establishment of business groups.

Chapter II

MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF INVESTMENT PROJECTS

Section I. MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF INVESTMENT PROJECTS FUNDED WITH 30% OR MORE STATE CAPITAL

Article 3. Supervision of investment projects

1. Investors shall supervise an investment project through:

a/ Keeping updated the project implementa­tion: implementation progress; performed work volume; work quality; expenses; and developments;

b/ Keeping updated the situation of project implementation management: elaboration of implementation plans; concretization of plans to implement the contents of project implementa­tion management; implementation and adjust­ment of plans; and assurance of project managemeni quality and effect;

c/ Keeping updated the processing of and response to information: assurance of reporting: processing of reported information: situation and outcomes of the settlement of arising problems;

d/ Promptly reporting and proposing solutions to difficulties, problems and issues which fall beyond their competence.

2. Persons with investment-deciding competence shall supervise an investment project through:

a/ Supervising investors' observance of reporting regulations; inspecting the completeness, update and accuracy of project supervision information provided by investors;

b/ Summarizing the project implementation situation: implementation progress, capital disbursement, bidding, ground clearance, resettlement and environmental protection; major difficulties and problems affecting the project implementation;

c/ Promptly responding to and handling arising problems according to their competence;

d/ Supervising the handling of problems and the compliance with handling measures by investors;

e/ Promptly reporting on and proposing solutions to difficulties and problems and issues which fall beyond their competence under regulations.

3. Investment state management agencies shall supervise an investment project through:

a/ Supervising the observance of reporting regulations by investment deciders and investors under regulations;

b/ Summarizing the project implementation situation: implementation progress, capital disbursement and bidding; and major difficulties and problems affecting the project;

c/ Responding to and handling in time arising problems according to their competence;

d/ Supervising the handling of problems and compliance with handling measures by investors and investment deciders of the projects;

e/ Promptly reporting on and proposing solutions to difficulties, problems and issues which fall beyond their competence.

Article 4. Inspection of investment projects

1. Regulations on inspection of investment projects

a/ Investors shall themselves conduct regular inspection of their investment projects.

b/ Persons with investment-deciding competence shall:

Inspect investment projects falling within their competence at least once, for projects to be implemented for over 12 months;

Inspect investment projects upon their adjustment resulting in changes in project location, size or objectives or an increase in the total investment by 30% or more;

Conduct inspection in other cases when necessary;

c/ Investment state management agencies shall decide to conduct planned or unexpected inspection of investment projects.

2. Investors shall inspect an investment project through:

a/ Inspecting all issues related to the project implementation and management;

b/ Inspecting the observance of investment management regulations by project management units and contractors;

c/ Inspecting the project implementation management capacity of project management units and contractors;

d/ Detecting and reporting to competent authorities for timely handling difficulties, problems and violations in the process of project implementation; monitoring the handling of the detected problems and compliance with handling measures by project management units and contractors.

3. Persons with investment-deciding competence shall inspect an investment project through:

a/ Inspecting the observance of regulations on bidding; compensation, ground clearance and resettlement; use of investment capital and other resources; allocation, disbursement and payment of investment capital; settlement of problems arising in the process of project investment; test before take-over and putting of the project into operation; project management and operation; and environmental and ecological protection;

b/ Inspecting the project implementation management capacity of investors and project management units;

c/ Detecting and reporting to competent authorities for timely handling difficulties, problems and violations in the process of project implementation; monitoring the handling of the detected problems and compliance with handling measures by investors and project management units.

4. Investment state management agencies shall inspect an investment project through:

a/ Inspecting the observance of regulations on project formulation, appraisal and approval; bidding; compensation, ground clearance and resettlement; use of investment capital and other resources; allocation, disbursement, payment and finalization of investment capital; settlement of problems arising in the process of project investment; test before take-over and putting of the project into operation; project management and operation; and environmental and ecological protection;

b/ Inspecting the project implementation management capacity of investor-managing agencies, investors and project management units;

c/ Detecting and reporting to competent authorities for timely handling difficulties, problems and violations in the process of project implementation; monitoring the handling of the detected problems and compliance with handling measures by investor-managing agencies, investors and project management units.

Article 5. Investment projects subject to evaluation

1. Group-B or larger projects are subject to initial evaluation and final evaluation.

2. Projects with phased investment are subject to mid-term evaluation at the end of each phase.

3. Persons with investment-deciding competence and investment state management agencies shall decide to conduct other evaluations when necessary to suit specific requirements and conditions of each project.

Article 6. Contents of evaluation of investment projects

1. Initial evaluation:

a/ Evaluation of preparations and organization and mobilization of resources for a project, ensuring the achievement of the approved objectives and schedule;

b/ Evaluation of problems newly arising from the time of project approval; newly arising problems due to objective factors (e.g., amendments to policies and laws, or adjustments to the project to suit climate and geological conditions, etc.) or subjective factors (e.g., capacity or organizational apparatus for project implementation management, etc.);

c/ Proposition of solutions to arising problems as suitable to practical conditions.

2. Mid-term evaluation:

a/ Evaluation of project implementation outcomes against investment objectives;

b/ Evaluation of work performance by the time of evaluation against the approved plan;

c/ Proposition of necessary solutions, even adjustments to the project designs and objectives (when necessary);

d/ Lessons drawn from the project formulation, appraisal, approval and implementation management.

3. Final evaluation:

a/ Evaluation of the process of project investment preparation;

b/ Evaluation of the process of project imple­mentation: project implementation management; outcomes of achievement of project objectives; mobilized resources for the project; the project's benefits for beneficiaries and participants; the project's impacts; sustainability and elements to ensure sustainability of the project:

c/ Lessons drawn from the project implementation and recommendations.

4. Impact evaluation:

a/ Evaluation of economic-technical operation;

b/ Evaluation of socio-economic impacts;

c/ Evaluation of environmental and ecological impacts;

d/ Evaluation of sustainability;

e/ Successes and failures in the stages of project designing, implementation and operation.

5. Unexpected evaluation:

a/ Identification of the state and nature of unexpectedly arising problems;

b/ Identification of effects and the extent of influence of arising problems on the project implementation and the possibility to achieve the project's objectives;

c/ Proposition of intervention measures, implementing agencies and deadlines.

Article 7. Organization of evaluation of investment projects

1. Investors shall organize initial evaluation, mid-term evaluation and final evaluation of investment projects.

2. Investment deciders and investment state management agencies shall work out annual plans on impact evaluation and unexpected evaluation of investment projects under their management suitable to the size and characteristics of these projects and the financial capacity of the agencies.

3. Agencies organizing evaluation of investment projects may themselves evaluate investment projects, or hire consultants, groups of consultants or consultancy organizations to do the job. Investment project evaluation expenses shall be borne by investment evaluation agencies.

4. In case of hiring the evaluation of projects, consultants, groups of consultants or consultancy organizations hired to evaluate investment projects must be fully capable of doing the job.

5. The Ministry of Planning and Investment shall guide capability conditions of consultancy organizations and individuals to evaluate investment projects.

Section 2. MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF INVESTMENT PROJECTS FUNDED WITH CAPITAL OF OTHER SOURCES

Article 8. Contents of supervision of investment projects

1. Investors shall supervise an investment project through:

a/ Keeping updated the project implemen­tation: overall investment schedule of the project;

b/ Keeping updated the compliance with the requirements on environmental protection and use of land, natural resources and minerals under regulations;

c/ Keeping updated the implementation of the contents of the investment certificate.

2. Investment state management agencies shall supervise an investment project through:

a/ Monitoring the investor's observance of reporting regulations;

b/ Summarizing the project implementation;

c/ Summarizing the compliance with the requirements on environmental protection and use of land, natural resources and minerals under the project;

d/ Responding to and handling in time arising problems according to their competence;

e/ Monitoring the handling of problems and compliance with handling measures by investors and persons competent to issue investment certificates;

f/ Promptly reporting on and proposing solutions to difficulties, problems and issues which fall beyond their competence.

Article 9. Contents of inspection of investment projects

1. Persons competent to issue investment certificates shall inspect an investment project through:

a/ Inspecting the project implementation progress:

b/ Inspecting the compliance with the requirements on environmental protection and use of land natural resources and minerals;

c/ Inspecting the implementation of the contents of the investment certificate;

d/ Detecting and reporting to competent authorities for timely handling difficulties, problems and violations in the process of project implementation; supervising the handling of the detected problems and compliance with handling measures.

2. Investment state management agencies shall inspect an investment project through:

a/ Inspecting the project's conformity with relevant plannings;

b/ Inspecting the project implementation progress;

c/ Inspecting the compliance with the requirements on environmental protection and use of land, natural resources and minerals;

d/ Inspecting the observance of policies and regulations of the State, sectors and localities applicable to the project;

e/ Inspecting the implementation of the contents of the investment certificate;

f/ Detecting and reporting to competent authorities for timely handling difficulties, problems and violations in the process of project implementation; supervising the handling of the detected problems and compliance with handling measures.

Article 10. Evaluation of investment projects

1. Investors of projects funded with capital of other sources are encouraged to conduct project evaluation specified in Articles 5, 6 and 7 of this Decree.

2. Investment state management agencies shall decide to organize the evaluation of investment projects funded with capital of other sources when necessary and suitable to investment management requirements.

Chapter III

INVESTMENT-RELATED OVERALL MONITORING AND EVALUATION

Article 11. Jobs of investment-related overall supervision

1. Keeping updated the promulgation of documents guiding investment policies and laws according to competence.

2. Keeping updated the formulation, appraisal, approval and implementation management of plannings.

3. Keeping updated the formulation, appraisal, approval and implementation of state-funded investment projects.

4. Keeping updated the implementation of state-funded investment plans; outstanding debts in investment; and waste and losses in state-funded investment.

5. Keeping updated the verification and issuance of investment certificates and management of implementation of investment projects under the Investment Law.

6. Keeping updated the organization of investment monitoring and evaluation.

Article 12. Jobs of investment-related overall inspection

1. Inspecting the implementation of documents guiding investment policies and laws.

2. Inspecting the formulation, appraisal, approval and implementation management of plannings under regulations (socio-economic development master plans; sector and major product development plannings and other relevant plannings).

3. Inspecting the formulation, appraisal, approval and implementation of investment projects funded with 30% or more state capital.

4. Inspecting the allocation and implemen­tation management of state-funded investment plans (objectives, objects, levels of raising capital from different sources and implementation of investment capital; investment outcomes and efficiency); outstanding debts in investment; waste and losses in state-funded investment;

5. Inspecting the verification and issuance of investment certificates and management of implementation of investment projects under the Investment Law.

6. Inspecting the organization of investment monitoring and evaluation.

Article 13. Jobs of overall evaluation of investment in the economy

1. Summarizing, analyzing and evaluating the situation and outcomes of investment in the economy based on the criteria of investment size, speed, structure, progress and efficiency.

2. Evaluating outcomes against approved plannings, plan tasks or the previous period's outcomes.

3. Identifying factors and causes affecting the investment situation and outcomes; proposing solutions to raising investment efficiency in the subsequent plan period or phase; and evaluating the feasibility of approved plannings and plans.

Article 14. Jobs of overall evaluation of investment management by ministries, sectors, localities, state economic groups and Corporations 91 in:

1. Implementing regulations in investment preparation: order of formulating, examining, appraising and approving an investment project; conformity of the making of investment decisions with the State's strategies, plannings and plans.

2. Implementing regulations in the investment process: land management and use, compensa­tion and ground clearance, capital raising, order of capital construction (making and approval of designs and cost estimates, etc.), organization of bidding, and other specific regulations on implementation of investment projects.

3. Analyzing causes of proper or improper implementation of investment management regulations by ministries, sectors and localities; identifying impracticalities and proposing solutions thereto, even supplementation or amendment of current regulations.

Chapter IV

ORGANIZATION OF INVESTMENT MONITORING AND EVALUATION

Article 15. Agencies conducting investment monitoring and evaluation

1. The Ministry of Planning and Investment shall act as the focal point to assist the Prime Minister in organizing investment monitoring and evaluation, and has the following specific tasks:

a/ To guide, monitor, sum up and report to the Prime Minister on investment monitoring and evaluation nationwide;

b/ To organize investment-related overall monitoring and evaluation nationwide;

c/ To plan, and coordinate with concerned ministries, sectors and localities in. the inspection and evaluation of important national projects and group-A projects;

d/ To propose to the Prime Minister or concerned ministries, sectors and localities solutions to problems in investment activities of sectors and localities or in specific projects to ensure investment schedule and efficiency;

e/ To consider, comment on or settle matters falling within the Ministry's functions and tasks at the request of other ministries, sectors, localities or investors;

f/ To perform other tasks related to investment monitoring and evaluation at the request of the Government or the Prime Minister.

2. Ministries and ministerial-level agencies have the following specific tasks:

a/ To organize investment-related overall supervision, inspection and evaluation in sectors and domains under their management;

b/ To organize supervision, inspection and evaluation of projects falling within their investment-deciding competence (including projects decentralized and authorized to subordinate authorities for investment decision);

c/ To coordinate with the Ministry of Planning and Investment in organizing the inspection and evaluation of important national projects and group-A projects in the domains under their management;

d/ To settle petitions of ministries, sectors, localities and investors on matters falling within their functions and tasks;

e/ To comment on or settle matters falling within their functions and tasks at the request of other ministries, sectors, localities and investors;

f/ To report on investment-related overall monitoring and evaluation in the sectors and domains under their management and on the monitoring and evaluation of investment projects falling within their deciding competence under regulations.

3. Provincial-level People's Committees have the following specific tasks:

a/ To organize investment-related overall supervision, inspection and evaluation under local management;

b/ To organize the supervision, inspection and evaluation of projects falling within their investment-deciding competence (including projects decentralized and authorized to subordinate authorities for investment decision);

c/ To organize the supervision, inspection and evaluation of projects for which they issue investment certificates;

d/ To monitor the local-based projects' conformity with land use plannings and plans and assurance of environmental sanitation; to comment on or settle in time problems related to ground clearance and land use which fall within their functions and tasks at the request of ministries, sectors and investors;

e/ To propose to the Prime Minister or ministries and sectors issues concerning general investment activities in localities and projects under their management for handling in time difficulties and problems to ensure investment schedule and efficiency;

f/ To report on investment-related overall monitoring and evaluation under their management and on the monitoring and evaluation of investment projects falling within their deciding competence under regulations.

4. State economic groups and Corporations  91 have the following specific tasks:

a/ To organize the monitoring and evaluation of projects falling within their investment-deciding competence or under their management;

b/ To detect and promptly report on difficulties and problems arising in the project implementation to authorities with investment-deciding competence and investment monitoring and evaluation-conducting agencies and propose solutions; to propose that persons with investment-deciding competence adjust projects when necessary;

c/ To propose to competent authorities, ministries, sectors and localities problems which need to be settled and are related to projects under their management to ensure investment schedule and efficiency.

5. Investors shall directly organize the monitoring and evaluation of projects through:

a/ Establishing their internal information systems, collecting and archiving sufficient information, data, dossiers, documents, books and documents of projects, reports of contractors, amendments in state policies and laws or donors' regulations concerning project implementation management (if projects are funded with ODA);

b/ Promptly reporting to superior management agencies for handling problems which fall beyond their competence;

c/ Making project monitoring and evaluation reports under regulations; providing and sharing information via sector-, local- and national-level project monitoring and evaluation systems.

6. Organization of investment monitoring and evaluation in ministries, sectors and localities

a/ Ministries and sectors shall designate (department-level) units to act as focal points to perform their tasks of investment monitoring and evaluation; provide guidance on investment monitoring and evaluation to other attached units and for projects decentralized or authorized to subordinate authorities;

b/ Provinces and centrally run cities with provincial-level Planning and Investment Departments acting as focal points shall perform investment monitoring and evaluation tasks of provinces and cities; provide guidance on investment monitoring and evaluation to their attached levels and units and for projects decentralized or authorized by provincial-level People's Committees to their subordinate authorities;

c/ State economic groups and Corporations 91 shall designate their sections to regularly perform the tasks of investment monitoring and evaluation of enterprises; and guide their attached units in investment monitoring and evaluation;

d/ Investors shall assign project management units or designate other sections to regularly conduct investment monitoring and evaluation of projects under their management.

Article 16. Tasks and powers of investment monitoring and evaluation agencies and units

1. Agencies and units tasked to conduct investment monitoring and evaluation and functioning to assist leaders of ministries, sectors and People's Committees at all levels and state economic groups and Corporations 91 in conducting investment monitoring and evaluation have the following specific tasks:

a/ To have investment supervision, inspection and evaluation plans approved by competent authorities and organize investment supervision, inspection and evaluation within the ambit of their assigned responsibilities;

b/ To establish systems to provide and archive information on the investment situation within ministries, sectors and localities or for projects (for investors) under their management;

c/ To collect relevant reports and information for investment supervision, inspection and evaluation of each prescribed entity;

d/ To examine, analyze and evaluate information and reports and make investment monitoring and evaluation reports under regulations and submit them to competent authorities for consideration.

updating...
Older Documents
Online Support
Liên hệ bằng Yahoo! Messenger
If you need advice, please contact via Yahoo! Messenger to get online help.

Lawyer in Hanoi
Contact via Skype
You can use Skype to get online help
Skype Me™!
Search legal documents
Latest Documents
Advertising
Site Information

 
 
 

© Copyright: 2011 DRAGON LAW FIRM  - All rights reserved


Hotline: 1900. 599. 979

Mật ong nguyên chấtChuyên cung cấp sỉ và lẻ mật ong nguyên chất 100% tại TPHCM từ thiên nhiênDịch vụ điện hoa Hoa Tươi 360o với dịch vụ điện hoa chuyên nghiệp, giá hợp lý giúp bạn gởi đến người thân những bó hoa tươi đẹp nhấtShop hoa phong lan Hoa tươi 360o là shop hoa phong lan TPHCM chuyên cung cấp các loại hoa lan hồ điệp và địa lanHoa giỏ Hoa giỏ để bàn tạo cho không gian làm việc trở nên cực kỳ ấn tượng, được sử dụng trong các dịp như đám cưới, tặng sếp, sinh nhật....Hoa bó Hoa tươi 360o giúp bạn gởi đến bạn bè, người thân hoa bó chúc mừng sinh nhật, tốt nghiệp, hoa tặng sếp nam giá hợp lý, giao hoa miễn phí TP. HCMhoa chúc mừng Hoa tươi 360o chuyên điện hoa chúc mừng khai trương: kệ hoa khai trương, giỏ hoa khai trương... với giá hợp lý, giao hoa miễn phí trong TPHCMHoa chia buồn Hoa tươi 360o chuyên điện hoa chia buồn ở TPHCM với giá cả hợp lý, giao hoa miễn phí ở TPHCMHoa chúc mừng sự kiện Hoa chúc mừng sinh nhật, hoa chúc mừng sự kiện tặng bạn bè hoặc người thân những dịp trọng đại, giao hoa miễn phí nội thành TPHCMShop hoa cưới Hoa cưới đẹp giúp đám cưới của bạn thêm ý nghĩa. Gọi 1900 545 587 để được shop hoa cưới - Hoa tươi 360o tư vấn, giao hoa cưới miễn phí ở Bình Thạnh và tại TPHCMhoa tươi Shop Hoa tươi 360o với dịch vụ hoa tươi giúp bạn gởi đến người thân những bó hoa tươi đẹp - giá hợp lý, giao hoa miễn phí tại TPHCMĐặt quần áo đá banh Đặt quần áo bóng đá - Đặt quần áo đá banh ở TPHCM với chất lượng tốt, giá ưu đãi. Gọi 0903 009 041 để Đặt quần áo bóng đá - Đặt quần áo đá banhGiày Futsal PAN Thái LONI chuyên cung cấp các loại giày Futsal PAN Thái Lan giá rẻ trên toàn quốc. Gọi 0903 009 041 gặp MS. Nhi để đặt giày Futsal Pan Thái  giá rẻgiày đá banh cỏ tự nhiên LONI Sport chuyên cung cấp các loại giày đá banh cỏ tự nhiên giá rẻ với nhiêu mẫu mã đẹpGiày đá banh cỏ nhân tạo LONI SPORT kinh doanh sỉ và lẻ giày bóng đá, giày đá banh cỏ nhân tạo, giày futsal Pan Thái Lan với giá cạnh tranh kèm quà tặng hấp dẫngiày đá banh LONI SPORT kinh doanh sỉ và lẻ giày đá banh, giày bóng đá cỏ nhân tạo Fake1, giày futsal Pan Thái Lan với giá cạnh tranh kèm quà tặng hấp dẫnáo bóng đá - áo đá banh LONI Sport chuyên thiết kế và sản xuất quần áo đá banh, áo bóng đá ở TPHCM. Quý khách đặt áo đá banh vui lòng liên hệ: 0983 031 509 - 0903 009 041Shop quần áo đá banh - Shop bán đồ thể thao Shop bán đồ thể thao Loni Sport chuyên bán quần áo đá banh, phụ kiện thể thao như: giày đá banh, túi xách, vớ ...Gọi 0983 031 509 - 0903 009 041DỰ ÁN CĂN HỘ NEWTON RESIDENCE DỰ ÁN CĂN HỘ NEWTON RESIDENCE sẽ chính thức mở bán vào 30/2/2016. LH mua CĂN HỘ NEWTON RESIDENCE 0903414547-0933333188Thay mặt kính Ipad Thay mặt kính Ipad giá rẻ nhất TP. HCM, lấy liền có bảo hànhThay mặt kính Samsung Thay mặt kính Samsung giá rẻ nhất TP. HCM, lấy liền có bảo hànhthay mat kinh Iphone Thay mặt kính Iphone giá rẻ nhất TP. HCM, lấy liền có bảo hànhThay mặt kính Iphone 6S Thay mặt kính Iphone 6S giá rẻ nhất TP. HCM, đặc biệt chờ lấy liền. Nhận thay mắt kính Iphone 6S cho các cửa hàng Cọc khoan nhồi Nền Móng Đất Phương Nam chuyên thi công cọc khoan nhồi mini với phương pháp và thiết bị hiện đại, đội ngũ nhân viên chuyên nghiệp. Gọi ngay 0919 49 8080Phụ kiện nhà bếp Inox 304 Phụ kiện nhà bếp bằng Inox 304 do Hòa Bình Glass sản xuất và phân phối giúp cho các bà nội trợ nhanh chóng giải quyết vấn đề dầu mỡ vì dễ lau chùi, tiện lợi và nhanh chóngGương soi phòng tắm Gương soi phòng tắm do Hòa Bình Glass sản xuất từ nguyên liệu kính Guardian của Mỹ với nhiều mẫu mã phong phúPhụ kiện phòng tắm Hobig chuyên sản xuất và phân phối phụ kiện phòng tắm, liên hệ để có bảng giá sỉ phụ kiện phòng tắm phù hợp cho mọi nhàPhụ kiện nhà bếp Hòa Bình Glass chuyển sản xuất và phân phối phụ kiện nhà bếp. Liên hệ để có bảng giá phụ kiện nhà bếp cho đại lýthay mặt kính Iphone 6s Plus thay mặt kính Iphone 6s Plus giá rẻ nhất TP. HCM, đặc biệt chờ lấy liền và có bảo hành đầy đủ

Thám tử Văn phòng luật sư |   Luật sư bào chữaVietnam lawfirm |  Quảng cáo trực tuyến |  Thiết bị camera |  đại lý vé máy bay |  Thám tử hà nội | dịch vụ thám tử | Thám tử tại hà nội | thám tử sài gòn | thuê thám tử tại sài gòn | Thám tử tại sài gòn | Thám tử hải phòng | Thám tử | Thám tử tư |
quảng cáo facebook