Steel industry faces 47 anti-dumping, anti-subsidy investigations Business

Steel industry faces 47 anti-dumping, anti-subsidy investigations

Vietnam’s steel industry is facing 47 anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations from importing countries, accounting for one-third of the total cases of Vietnamese goods, according to a report from the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
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).
Steel shares rise, riding on high hopes Business

Steel shares rise, riding on high hopes

Shares of average-sized steel firms listed on the local market recovered, thanks to the expectation of positive business results from rising steel prices in the first quarter of 2016.
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Steel imports from China shoot up

Chinese steel landing in Vietnam in the January-April period has seen a yearly increase of 135.4 percent, which is in turn having an enormous impact on Vietnamese steel sector, said Nguyen Van Sua, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Steel Association (VSA).
Steel Corporation boosts production in 2014 Business

Steel Corporation boosts production in 2014

The Vietnam Steel Corporation has set a target of producing nearly 1.5 million tonnes of billet steel and 2.6 million tonnes of rolled steel in 2014, year-on-year increases of 24.5 percent and 8 percent, respectively.
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Steel exports total 427m USD in five months

The domestic steel enterprises earned 427 million USD in steel export turnover in the first five months of the year with a volume of 550,000 tonnes, an increase of 244 percent in value and 250 percent in volume over the same period last year.
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Steel firms urged to modernise

Vietnamese steel enterprises need to invest in more modern technology to increase their competitiveness in the domestic market, the Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) said.