Last month, steel companies JSW, Steel Authority of India , Tata Steel, Jindal Steel and Power - controlling over 45 percent of India's total steel production - met with government officials to ask for safeguards, according to a source who attended the meeting. … [Read more...] about India fears US-China trade war will lead to dumping of Chinese steel
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Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - The Ministry of Industry and Trade has urged firms to control the quality of pepper exported to India and develop solutions to cope with policies affecting the export of pepper from Vietnam. The warning was issued after the ministry received notification from the Vietnam Trade Office in India that the Association of Pepper Growers in South India claimed the content of piperine in light black pepper of Vietnam (HS 09041120) did not meet the quality requirements of the India Directorate General of Foreign Trade. In addition, in an article published in Hindu Business Line, the India Pepper and Spice Trade Association alleged that the piperine content in light black pepper imported from Vietnam did not meet the minimum level of six percent. The Spices Board under the India Ministry of Commerce and Industry could evaluate the minimum piperine content in pepper imported from Vietnam, which might negatively affect the reputation of Vietnamese pepper as well as causing … [Read more...] about Exports of pepper to India at risk
UK, US media highlight British pilot’s hospital discharge after defeating coronavirus The UK media has run articles highlighting the hospital discharge of a British pilot – known as Patient 91 and the most seriously ill COVID-19 case in Vietnam who spent more than two months on life support before returning home on July 12. … [Read more...] about Why does Vietnam have many Covid-19-related deaths in the second wave of Covid-19?
It has been a rush to complete land clearance for construction of Quang Tri 1 thermo power plant. The project run by Thailand International Electricity Company has total investment of VND5 trillion and a capacity of 1,320MW. The first turbine is expected to become operational by the end of 2023. … [Read more...] about Quang Tri welcomes wave of investments in energy sector
PVD, for instance, has been poring over a hefty dilemma. Due to pandemic lockdowns in Malaysia, the arrival of high-skilled labourers to Vietnam has been restricted, bringing about shortcomings in labour resources. Currently, many Malaysian experts are working on PVD projects in Vietnam. Moreover, due to the plummeting demand for oil, PVD’s customers have tended to lessen or extend the timeline for exploitation, affecting the progress of its drilling rigs. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES AUGUST 15