Over the past 5 years, the GDP growth increased by 15% per year in extended industry, 18.50% in manufacturing and services, 6.90% in machinery sector on average. There is also an increase of 22.16%/year in foreign capital investment area, 8.68%/year in national economic area averagely.
Viet Nam expects to earn US$600 million by exporting nearly 2.5 million tones of plastic products in 2008, up 33 percent over the same period last year.
The country grossed US$92 million from plastic product exports in the first quarter of 2006, a year-on-year increase of 20.7 percent. The sector requires about 800,000 tones of PE, 700,000 tones of PP (Polypropylene), and 75,000 tones of PS (Polystyrene), annually. The primary suppliers of resins are from Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and the US. Locally-made resins, currently, meet only one third of the total demand. The industry is now planning to raise local inputs to 50 per cent by 2010, or equal to producing 2.1 million tones of material.
Preprocessing, Injection & blow moulding , Recycling, Semi-finished products & technical parts, Rubber & Synthetic Fibre, Adhesives , Fillers, Extruders & extrusion lines, Coating compounds, Additives, Finishing, decorating, printing & marking, Presses, Measuring, control & test equipment, Auxiliary / Ancillary equipment, Moulds & dies, Welding, Parts & components, Foam, reactive or reinforce resins, Foams & intermediates, Post processing machines, Starting materials &, intermediates, Thermoplastics & Thermoplastic elastomers
The grand event attracted more than 12,900 local and overseas professional buyers. VietnamPlas 2009 occupied 8500 sqm exhibition ground with a total number of 200 companies from 20 countries including, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, and U.S.A. Most of the exhibitors and visitors are satisfied with the overall outcome of the exhibition; the feedbacks were positive. With the vast information exchanged and knowledge gained, VietnamPlas 2009 Fair has lived up to its reputation of an interactive venue to challenge the global trend, and future direction, of the industry.
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