Vinacomin adds 13.2 trillion VND to State budget in nine months hinh anh 1Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) -  The Vietnam National Coal – Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited (Vinacomin) has said its total revenue in the first nine months of this year was estimated at 94.6 trillion VND (4.11 billion USD), 13.2 trillion VND of which has been added to the State budget.

During the period, the group produced 2.7 million tonnes of coal and sold 2.85 million tonnes, churned out over 9,300 tonnes of copper ore and 654 million kWh of electricity, thus fulfilling 75-84 percent of the yearly target.

Vinacomin General Director Dang Thanh Hai said the group will continue seriously following the Government and localities’ directions in COVID-19 prevention and control. It strives to have all of its staff and workers fully vaccinated by November 12.

He also asked member units to step up the production of high-quality coal to meet demand for domestic consumption and export, towards meeting this year’s targets.

As planned, the group will produce 3 million tonnes of coal, 130,000 tonnes of aluminum, 9,300 tonnes of copper ore and 938 million kWh of electricity this month./.