VOV.VN - Vietnam’s iron and steel exports to China skyrocketed over the course of the first two months of the year, despite only a slight increase in the country’s overall exports, according to the latest statistics released by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
During the 10-month period, the industrial production index increased by 9.5% compared to the same period in 2018, with manufacturing and processing industry up 10.8%.
VOV.VN - The export turnover of steel and iron products during the first seven months of the year reached US$1.93 billion, with the US being the largest importer.
Algerian Minister of Tourism and Craft Industry Abdelkader Benmessaoud on July 26 received Vietnamese Ambassador Pham Quoc Tru in Algiers, who came to discuss expanding cooperation between the two countries, particularly in tourism.
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The import value for steel and iron products continuously surged sharply in the first month of 2017 to US$710 million, the General Statistics Office reported.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is expected to continue the shift of investment flows into industries of high pollution risk in Vietnam like textile-dying, paper, iron and steel.
Iron and steel product manufacturing posted stable growth over the first five months of 2016 with an output of more than 5.8 million tonnes, rising by nearly 1 million tonnes or 19.3 % year on year.
VOV.VN - The 3rd International Mining and Minerals Recovery Exhibition and Conference – Mining Vietnam 2016 – opened in Hanoi on March 29 with the participation of 171 exhibitors from 22 countries.
(VOV) - The past few weeks have seen the World Trade organization (WTO) establish a panel to hear the Vietnam government’s complaint against Indonesian safeguard measures on iron and steel imports.
State-owned mining group Vinacomin may have to increase its stake in Southeast Asia's biggest iron ore mine, after several investors decided to withdraw from the US$642 million project.
The National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) under the Health Ministry launched the Micronutrient Day on December 1, with the aim of preventing micronutrient deficiencies.
Singapore-Vietnam two-way trade totaled 13.538 billion SGD (equivalent to 10.83 billion USD) for the first eight months of 2014, a 22.2- percent year-on-year increase, according to the Singapore Department of Statistics.
(VOV) -The malnutrition rate among Vietnamese children under five years old has been reduced from 33% last year to 26.7% at present, according to the National Institute of Nutrition.
The 3rd Zhejiang Export Fair opened on May 16 in Ho Chi Minh City with the participation of 114 businesses from the Chinese province of Zhejiang.
Vietnam and Laos expect to increase two-way trade turnover to US$2 billion in 2015 and US$5 billion in 2020.
More than 5 million under five-year-old children and 600,000 mothers who have given birth in the last month are provided with vitamin A capsules and iron capsules to prevent nutrient deficiency on Micro-Nutrient Day on June 1-2.