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Your Business Foundation in Vietnam 
For Construction, Building & Mining Industries
ConBuild Mining Vietnam 2012 creates a conducive meeting place and is in the heart of business for suppliers of materials, equipment, vehicles, technology and services for the construction, building and mining industries. 

With five successful editions behind it and a strong reputation for opening up new markets for the construction and building industries, one of Asia’s leading trade events now offers opportunities to explore the vast regional potential of mining. 

In 2012, the show returns to Hanoi, 4 – 7 December, taking place in Vietnam Exhibition Fair Centre (VEFAC) – The location bring exhibitors to the seat of government and to the heart for public sector decision-making where all of Vietnam meets to keep up with industrial updates and development plans, especially nationwide infrastructural programs. 

ConBuild Mining Vietnam 2012 is organized by MMI Asia Pte Ltd (Messe München International) in cooperation with Vietnam’s Ministry of Construction. 

Vietnam’s Untapped Potential
For the construction and building industries, Vietnam remains a frontier of unfulfilled potential. Expansionary government plans, which include whole satellite towns near major population centres, require highways, housing, industrial parks, schools, hospitals and retail centres as well as power plants, water supply and drainage systems. 

The country's infrastructure development demands expertise, technology, raw materials and products which cannot be sourced locally. This demand is fuelled by economic growth and supported by private and public sector investment as well as international aid. 

Vietnam's construction industry is forecast to reach an industry value of US$14.5 billion by 2015. 

Mining will be a key element in Vietnam's future growth. This mineral-rich country is attracting foreign investment to exploit the potential of its resources which include iron ore, chromites and copper as well as tin, wolfram, gold, lead, zinc, uranium, antimony, rare earths, gem, limestone and clay. In 2010, the export value of Vietnam’s mining industry, excluding natural gas, was estimated at US$7.74 billion, and accounted for 11% of total export volume. 

The industry is presently driven by a high demand for coal and the potential of other minerals has not been significantly exploited.  A 10-year development strategy by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is in the offing. Vietnam is seeking expertise to manage its mineral resources and through the New Mining Law of 2011, has streamlined licensing and other procedures to create a favourable investment environment. The objective is to attract more foreign investment and further develop the mining sector to fully realise the contribution the sector could make the nation's development. 

ConBuild Mining Vietnam 2012 supports Vietnam’s growth-oriented economic policies with a dedicated focus on infrastructure, construction & building, electricity production and mining.  This 6th edition of Vietnam’s prime international platform for these industries will provide a strategic marketplace of up-close business opportunities for the coming years.

The Hanoi Master Plan up to 2030 emphasises that the city's development be sustainable and environmentally sensitive. The development plan's total investment is estimated at VND1.5 trillion (US$70 billion) for the period 2011-15 and VND2.6 trillion ($120 billion) for the period of 2016-20.
 
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