Viglacera (VGC) has attended Cersaie 2023, one of the foremost international events in construction materials and design, in the city of Bologna, Italy, from September 25 to 29.
Vasta Stone, a Vietnamese luxury sintered stone brand, is set to captivate audiences at Cersaie – the world’s premier event for construction materials and design in Italy.
Vasta Stone – a premium brand producing sintered stone – is setting the standard for upscale building materials in Vietnam.
Knight Frank yesterday announced it had successfully leased Intan building at 97 Nguyen Van Troi Street, Phu Nhuan District in Ho Chi Minh City to Melior Business School (MBS).
State Securities Commission announced to intensify supervisions of enterprises that are set to delist in a bid to stabilise the market sentiment.
Promoting export is seen as a good solution for the local cement industry to curb oversupply pressures.
The government gave the nod to tax reductions, exemptions and extensions to small- and medium-sized and labour-intensive firms to help them tackle difficulties.
Stone masterpieces from artisans in Ninh Van craft village in Hoa Lu district in the northern province of Ninh Binh have found global fame over the past four centuries.
A rock formation made of stone has been discovered in the southern province of Phu Yen and is expected to be a new tourist draw in the locality.
Despite ups and downs throughout history, many artisans in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang’s Thoai Son district have spared no effort in promoting the arts of stone carving, which has been handed down over many generations.
Finnish companies are looking to bolster their presence in the promising Vietnamese waste-to-energy sector.
Hòa Phát Construction Stone JSC will delist nearly 1.57 million HPS shares on the stock market from May 30, according to Hà Nội Stock Exchange (HNX).
Located over 1,000 meters above sea level, Dong Van Stone Plateau is formed by narrow valleys alternating with rocky mountain ranges in the north of Vietnam.
Three people died while four others were buried under rubble when a stone mine collapsed here this morning in Dong Son Hamlet, Yen Lam Commune, Yen Dinh District.
Economic hardships have proven tough for the $167 million northern Thai Nguyen cement plant.