Vina Roma proposes $2 billion Quang Tri iron and steel complex

Vina Roma proposes $2 billion Quang Tri iron and steel complex

Vina Roma Quang Tri Steel JSC has proposed building an iron and steel complex in Quang Tri with the total investment capital of just over $2 billion.
Soaring steel prices hinder projects

Soaring steel prices hinder projects

A spiralling hike in steel prices is continuing to dent public investment efforts in Vietnam, in the context of an expansion in imports.
Hoa Phat about to start construction of $4-billion steel plant

Hoa Phat about to start construction of $4-billion steel plant

Hoa Phat Group plans to start the construction of the second phase of the Hoa Phat Dung Quat Iron and Steel Production Complex at the end of the first quarter this year.
Steelmakers improve trade balance through integration

Steelmakers improve trade balance through integration

It is expected that, when results emerge, Vietnam’s steel sector will for the first time witness a trade surplus thanks to activities in 2021.
Construction material suppliers look towards strong rise in 2022

Construction material suppliers look towards strong rise in 2022

Vietnamese construction material producers have seen a fair share of success, thanks to the efforts of the Vietnam Value Programme and associated agencies and ministries.
Iron and steel exports exceed $7 billion

Iron and steel exports exceed $7 billion

August has become the month with the highest export value of iron and steel of all kinds, reached 1.53 million tonnes, worth nearly $1.5 billion.
Groups get to grips with anti-dumping

Groups get to grips with anti-dumping

Increasing knowledge and strategy about trade remedies is an effective tool to protect the rights of domestic manufacturing industries in the context of integration and protectionism, government leaders have said.
Short-term fix may harm steel producers

Short-term fix may harm steel producers

Despite falling in the previous two months, steel prices remain high and are poised to peak towards the end of the year – but the Ministry of Finance’s suggested tax adjustments are being met with some resistance.
Weighing steel ticker appeal in the rest of 2021

Weighing steel ticker appeal in the rest of 2021

Many steel tickers remain attractive to investors, who are aiming to leverage diverse supportive factors, despite the high prices that some of these tickers recorded recently.
Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam appoints Krishnakanth Kodukula as new general director

Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam appoints Krishnakanth Kodukula as new general director

Zamil Industrial appointed Krishnakanth Kodukula as new general director of Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam Co., Ltd., effective from August 2021.
Vietnam's steel industry remains attractive in second half

Vietnam's steel industry remains attractive in second half

According to Mirae Asset, Vietnam's steel industry in the second half of 2021 is still attractive, with a valuation 20 per cent lower than the region.
Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnam's exports of iron and steel have been growing rapidly in the first five months of the year, with exports to the EU quintupling against the year prior.
Kanematsu Corporation officially becomes strategic shareholder of ATAD

Kanematsu Corporation officially becomes strategic shareholder of ATAD

ATAD Steel Structure Corporation has announced that Japan’s Kanematsu Corporation has completed transaction procedures and became a strategic shareholder.
Hoa Phat Group completes acquisition of Australia's Roper Valley iron ore mine

Hoa Phat Group completes acquisition of Australia's Roper Valley iron ore mine

Vietnamese steel maker Hoa Phat Group today announced that it has taken over the Roper Valley iron ore mine project in Australia.
Steel price ripple effect felt across domestic businesses

Steel price ripple effect felt across domestic businesses

Global steel prices continue to be in sharp focus, with recent record-breaking highs pushing contractors to the wall as well as raising questions on whether steelmakers have been colluding to hike rates, which have shot up drastically since last year.
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