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Nguyen Van Thien

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Vietnam National Cement Association

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"It is not fair to apply ..., 7 Jan 2013 [cached]
"It is not fair to apply separate power prices for the cement and steel sectors," agreed Nguyen Van Thien, chairman of Vietnam National Cement Association.
The rational for the increase is that these industries consume a large proportion of the country's total power production, particularly as the majority of steel and cement factories are using outdated, high-energy consuming technology.
Thien said cement plants recently improved their technology with improvements from G7 countries.
"The total designed production capacity of Vietnam's cement industry reached 68 million tonnes, mostly using high technology equivalent to other ASEAN members'," said Thien.
"Moreover, most domestic cement firms are suffering due to the woeful real estate market. If the power price increases it could push a number of them to the wall," he added.
Nguyen Van Thien, chairman ... [cached]
Nguyen Van Thien, chairman of the Viet Nam National Cement Association, said the country is expected to achieve cement output of 75 million tonnes by 2015, 10 million higher than demand by that time.
Lowering cement export prices, businesses weakening themselves - Vietnam News, 22 July 2012 [cached]
Nguyen Van Thien, Chair of the Vietnam Cement Association VNCA, has pointed out that the cement manufacturers' problems are not only the common ones existing in the national economy, but also the lack of cooperation among them.
Thien said that in principle, the cooperation would help push up the production and the sales, both in the domestic and foreign markets.
Cement makers solidify markets, 28 May 2007 [cached]
Most of the increased capacity was being developed in the northern region, noted Cement Association chairman Nguyen Van Thien, which could add high transportation costs of about 200,000 VND per tonne to serve markets in the south.
Thien advised investors and enterprises in the cement sector to take care in choosing locations for plants.
VietNam News, 21 Feb 2005 [cached]
Viet Nam Cement Association President Nguyen Van Thien forecasted that the domestic cement market was likely to remain calm thanks to the corporation's gesture, despite recent price hikes by two rival joint-venture producers, Holcim and Nghi Son.The two joint ventures raised their prices by between VND5,000 and VND20,000 (US$1.25) per tonne early this year.
The corporation has yet to conclude its negotiations with the country's coal producers about prices, Thien added.Therefore, the price of this important raw material for cement production would not increase in the short run.
"If the coal price remains unchanged, so will the price of cement," Thien stated.
But the association has not ruled out the possibility of a price hike in the future, said Thien, adding, "Cement is not subject to Government price control.
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