Steel Industry Directory - Trade Associations.
Company name: Vietnam Steel Association
Category: Trade Association
Business location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Expertise: Asssociation for iron and steel sector in Vietnam.
Keywords: Iron, steel, trade association, Vietnam.
Telephone number: +84 (0) 24 3514 6230
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other information: Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) is a non-governmental organization and its members consist of iron and steel producers and distribution agencies who engage in steel processing and sales.
The VSA was established in order to promote cooperation among its members and to assist the steel industry with strong and sustainable development, matching the requirements of the country's industrialization and modernization.
The activities of the VSA include consultancy, training, seminar organisation, the collection of steel industry information and data, and publication of a monthly VSA newsletter.
- 2021: Notes opportunities for expansion of steel exports into the UK, following signature of UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA).
- 2020: With Vietnam Institute of Quality Standards, holds November conference on topic of quality issues relating to hot rolled steel and stainless steel.
- 2019: Together with Vietnam Institute of Quality Standards and the Vietnam Steel Corporation, holds conference in May 2019 to disseminate information about national standards regarding reinforced concrete.
- 2019: Meets with representatatives of the Iron and Steel Association in Korea and Korean business delegates in March 2019 to discuss opportunities for metal industry collaboration.
- 2018: VSA Chairman Ho Nghia Dung urges Vietnamese steel producers to follow laws and requirements on origin when exporting their products to the United States. Dung offered this advice after the US Department of Commerce [DoC] decided to levy a sky-high import tax on steel produced in Vietnam using Chinese-origin substrate. DoC later undertook to remove the tax levy on Vietnamese steel exports if Vietnam's exporters could prove that their raw materials did not come from China. Anti-dumping duties were set at levels close to 200% where Chinese-origin cold rolled coil had been used as the substrate].
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