To improve competitiveness and make a breakthrough in the development of engineering sector of Vinacomin, Chairman of Vinacomin Member Council Le Minh Chuan asked for a closer cooperation and coordinate among the member units and to work out development strategies to develop the engineering sector...
On September 30th, Ha Long Coal Company, under Vinacomin, organized a conference to review its business performance over the first 9 months of the year, and launch a labor movement for the remaining 3 months.
On september 25, 2014, the Minister of Industry and Trade Vu Huy Hoang has signed Decision No. 8568/QD - BCT on appointment new President and CEO of Vinacomin Group.
On 29 September, 2014, Vinacomin held a monthly meeting to sum up partially production and business activities in September and deploy tasks in Q4/2014. Mr. Le Minh Chuan - Board chairman of Vinacomin chaired the meeting.
Boosting coal mining output, enhancing safety and improving working conditions for coalminers are the most important goals of the coal industry in the coming time. These objectives can be only realised when advanced technologies are applied, and machines replace humans in tough conditions.
Mining giant Anglo American (LON:AAL) has received a licence from Brazil's environmental agency Ibama to start production at its long-delayed and three times more expensive than originally expected Minas Rio iron ore project.
Due to its tremendous influence on the socio-economic life, the evaluation of the effectiveness of the mining sector is not only based on the contribution to the economic development, but also involves the negative impacts on the social life. In Vietnam, the mining industry is a key economic sector, accounting for a large proportion of GDP, and is also one of the industries that cause the most adverse impact on the environment and society.