Despite many challenges in production activities, by the end of December, 2014, Vinacomin - Uong Bí Coal Company has completed all the targets this year, including of production 1.2 million tonnes of coal, total revenue of whole year reached VND 3,200 billion, profit reached VND 29 billion. Average...
In 2014, Nam Mau Coal Company produced more than 2.2 million tons of coal; consumed over 1.8 million tons; total revenue reached VND 2,583 billion; the average income was over VND 9.4 million per person per month.
Vinacomin - Hatu Coal JSC. (THT)’s net profit rose to VND34 billion in 2014 from VND30 billion in 2013.
An Antraxit coal monolith currently displayed at the Museum of northern Quang Ninh province has been recognised by the Vietnam Book of Records (Vietkings) as the largest of its kind in Vietnam.
Vinacomin - Cao Son Coal JSC (TCS) announced the Q4/2014 financial report with at VND 13,538.98 per share.
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.