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  • Eucalyptus Core Veneer

    Eucalyptus Core Veneer (12/07/2012)

    Our Eucalyptus Core Veneer from Vietnam is a high quality product which we have produced with our advanced machineries to ensure its suitability for all our renouned buyers in India, Malaysia, Korean… for making high grade Plywood Products

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  • Loading Core Veneer in Container

    Loading Core Veneer in Container (03/07/2012)

    Being reliable and reputable, Vietnam Trading Promotion.,JSC (VTRACO) is famous for exporting CORE VENEER to almost every country of the world.

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  • Acacia Wood Chips for Paper

    Acacia Wood Chips for Paper (05/07/2012)

    Being reliable and reputable, Vietnam Trading Promotion.,JSC (VTRACO) is famous for exporting Acacia / Eucalyptus Wood Chips to almost every country in the world.

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  • Rubber Wood Finger Joint Panel

    Rubber Wood Finger Joint Panel (05/07/2012)

    We can supply Rubber wood Finger Joint from Vietnam.

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  • Sugar imports to reach 70,000 tonnes (02/08/2012)

    HCM CITY — Vietnamese companies will be allowed to import 70,000 tonnes of sugar this year despite sufficient supply in the domestic market in order to keep up with WTO commitments.

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  • Managing our resources (06/08/2012)

    HA NOI — Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung yesterday called on the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) to improve the legal framework and efficiency of state management when it comes to exploiting environmental resources.

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  • Officials say nuclear plant will be safest (06/08/2012)

    HA NOI — Viet Nam will rely on the latest advances in technology to ensure that its first nuclear power plant meets the highest possible safety standards,

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  • Garment exporters go in search of new contracts (06/08/2012)

    HA NOI — Domestic garment exporters seek more export orders to overcome lagging business, according to local garment firms.

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