VietNamNet Bridge – Ministries have been increasingly hearing calls for help from many industries.
In late July 2017, the Ministry of Planning & Investment (MPI) proposed reducing an export tariff to rescue the cement industry. The domestic supply is 20 percent higher than demand, while the domestically made product is more expensive than Chinese, Thai and Japanese cement.
The ministry believed that it would be better to slash the export tariff to below 5 percent to pave the way for cement manufacturers to export their products and ease the pressure on domestic supply. Tiếp tục đọc “Cries for help from industry cause headaches for ministries”