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Vinacomin concentrates on coal production and sale

Vinacomin concentrates on coal production and sale

At the online hand over to the next shift conference on coal production management in September, Mr. Dang Thanh Hai, General Director of Vinacomin required its member units to concentrate at highest level on coal production and business, strive for achievement of over 8.5% year plan with a 3 million ton crude coal production and a 3 million ton commercial coal sale.
Vinacomin booting coal production and consumption in the last six month of 2014

Vinacomin booting coal production and consumption in the last six month of 2014

On July 24, 2014, in Quang Ninh province, Vinacomin held a conference on deploying the tasks of coal production and consumption in the last 6 month of 2014. Mr Le Minh Chuan - Chairman of Vinacomin Members Coucil cum President of the Vinacomin Group chaired the conference.
Vinacomin promotes equitization on schedule

Vinacomin promotes equitization on schedule

In a talk with Vietnam Economic News’ Reporter, Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) Deputy General Director Nguyen Van Bien affirmed that following Prime Ministerial Decision 314/QD-TTg dated February 7, 2013 approving the group’s restructuring project for the 2012-2015 period, Vinacomin has promoted the equitization of some member companies on schedule.
Vinacomin spends VND40-50 billion on science and technology

Vinacomin spends VND40-50 billion on science and technology

Vinacomin’s Science and Technology Department Deputy Head Kieu Kim Truc said that since 2009, Vinacomin has raised the science and technology funding to support research and projects in production and business activities.
Many solutions to solve problems for the coal industry

Many solutions to solve problems for the coal industry

According to the Vietnam National Coal-Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited (Vinacomin), in the first three months of 2014, crude coal output came to an estimated 10.07 million tonnes, 26.7 percent of the year’s target and 95.92 percent of that in the same period last year. The corporation’s clean coal output was an estimated 8.73 million tonnes, 25.5 percent of the year’s target and 93.3 percent of that in the same period last year.