Listed steel companies have reported disappointing business results in the first quarter despite strong growth in the domestic market, which they have attributed to the high cost of capital.
Việt Nam’s steel market was forecast to be in good shape in the first quarter of this year despite high prices, said the Việt Nam Steel Association (VSA).
The amount of solid waste in Việt Nam has kept surging with more complicated components as a result of increasing population and human activities while treating the waste and reducing its harmful impacts on the environment still pose challenges to local authorities.
Lê Quốc Phong, First Secretary of the Việt Nam Students Association, speaks to Tuổi trẻ (Youth) newspaper on the need to create a good environment for Vietnamese students to display their talent and creativity
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc urged Vietnamese students to equip themselves with broad knowledge in the digital era at a plenary session of the 10th national congress of the Việt Nam Students’ Association (VSA) in Hà Nội yesterday.
In recent months, Việt Nam’s steel industry has had to compete with a rising amount of imported steel in the domestic market and faces a number of anti-dumping investigations in export destinations, reported the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
A recent rise in anti-dumping lawsuits in the local steel industry has steelmakers worried.
The Việt Nam Sports Administration (VSA) and the Việt Nam Athletics Federation (VAF) held a ceremony in Hà Nội on Wednesday to commend and reward track and field athletes for their achievements recorded at the recent Asian Games 2018 (ASIAD 2018).
Hòa Phát Steel Pipe Company Limited, a subsidiary of Hòa Phát Group, posted 14.8 per cent on-year sales growth of 314,000 tonnes in the first half of the year.
The Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) has proposed the Government and relevant ministries and sectors to seriously consider approving investment to build a stainless steel factory in Việt Nam.