Steel producers hit hard by pandemic Business

Steel producers hit hard by pandemic

The Vietnam Steel Association (VSA)’s member enterprises suffered a strong reduction in production and business in the first quarter of this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnamese steel struggles amid growing protectionism Business

Vietnamese steel struggles amid growing protectionism

Improving competitive capacity to expand export markets and understanding of international trade regulations are significant for Vietnamese steel firms to respond to trade defence lawsuits in the context of growing protectionism, said Chairman of Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) Ho Nghia Dung.
Steel firms shouldn’t worry about duties: Association Business

Steel firms shouldn’t worry about duties: Association

Despite the imposition of anti-dumping duties on colour-coated steel products by Indonesian authorities, Vietnamese steel producers should not worry about the possibility of losing competitiveness, according to the Vietnam Steel Association (VSA).
Vietnam steel industry decries new US duties Business

Vietnam steel industry decries new US duties

The Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) will coordinate with the Ministry of Industry and Trade to protect the legitimate rights and interests of local steelmakers who were recently accused of tax evasion by the US Department of Commerce (DOC).
VSA urges steel import controls Business

VSA urges steel import controls

The Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) is calling on the Government to maintain a series of quality and management controls in the steel industry since trade fraud in steel imports is still high.
Steel production steadies, room for growth Business

Steel production steadies, room for growth

Despite stagnation in the second quarter of 2017, Vietnam’s steel industry managed to turn a profit in the first seven months of the year, led by a rebound in construction and real estate demand.
Building material market stable Business

Building material market stable

The domestic building material market was stable in the first four months of the year and continued to meet demand, said the Ministry of Construction.