ON the back of the successful 2012 inaugural edition, Mining Vietnam 2014 again seeks to offer industry professionals and investors from the region and around the world, a business gateway into Vietnam’s mining and minerals industry – an event to showcase, educate, transact and engage local ministries and industries.
“Whilst Vietnam’s mining industry has been affected by global events, mining pioneers are still seeing opportunities in Vietnam as evolving legislation has made the operating environment a little more promising. Advantages will come to first movers into this market,” according to Allworld Exhibitions’ Vietnam representative BT Tee.
Allworld is organizing the Mining Vietnam 2014 conference and exhibition in Hanoi from March 11-13. BT Tee says Mining Vietnam returns with more group and country pavilions, technologies, and reinforces its position as the dedicated mining technology marketplace for industry stakeholders in Vietnam and beyond.
As a recognized industry event, Mining Vietnam continues to receive strong support from Government ministries, local industry associations and trade promotion boards, including the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (VINACOMIN) and more.