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VietNamNet Bridge - The Competition Law was passed 13 years ago, but the number of times the law has been cited to fight against monopoly and collusion has been very modest. 

China eyes Vietnam's hundred-billion dollar retail market

VietNamNet Bridge - Following Thai, Japanese and South Korean retailers flocking to Vietnam, Chinese investors are now jumping into the market.  

Businesses oppose countervailing duties on ingot steel imports

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese steel manufacturers oppose the possible imposition of safeguard measures against ingot steel imports, saying that higher taxes will increase prices.

Vietnamese businesses reluctant to file dumping lawsuits

VietNamNet Bridge - Many imported products and services are sold in the domestic market at incredibly low prices. However, Vietnamese businesses are reluctant to file anti-dumping lawsuits.

Vietnamese steel products face anti-dumping investigations

The Malaysian Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has started an anti-dumping investigation on Vietnamese exports of alloy and non-alloy cold-rolled steel coils with the thickness of 0.2-2.6 mm and width of 700-1,300 mm.

Competition agency cannot ensure competitive market, say enterprises

VietNamNet Bridge - The Competition Administration Department (CAD) has been put under the management of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), which has many large state-owned enterprises.

Businesses complain policies “kill 100 to protect 2”

The enterprises which make products from stainless steel, have been put on tenterhooks when hearing about petition for the anti-dumping measures.

Vietnamese fear foreign group monopolizes regional galvanized iron sheet market

Vietnamese Hoa Sen Group has sent a letter to competent agencies, expressing its anxiety that Bluescope Steel group in South East Asia intends to acquire and monopolize the market, according to Dau tu.