OR/18/068 Appendix 3 - Data sets with useful information for Vietnam/Hanoi

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Bide, T P, Brown, T J, Petavratzi, E, and Mankelow, J M. 2018. Vietnam – Hanoi city material flows. Nottingham, UK, British geological Survey. (OR/18/068).
Dataset name Data coverage Data type Link Commodity Notes
BGS statistics database Vietnam statistics BGS world mineral production database metals/industrial minerals This has total production for Vietnam for a range of metals and industrial minerals (no construction materials), the main source is the Vietnamese statistics office.
UN Comtrade Vietnam statistics https://comtrade.un.org/data/ all This is a database of world trade. You can search for exports or imports of a variety of commodities (HS code). There are some codes which cover aggregates but they include several different commodities. Data can be viewed annually or monthly and via world trade or trade with individual countries.
WBMS Vietnam statistics Held by BGS non-ferrous metals Data BGS receives from the World Bureau of metal statistics this includes data on trade, consumption and production.
USGS country profile Vietnam report/statistics https://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/
all A report detailing the minerals industry of Vietnam (from 2013) with production of all commodities.
sand prices see sharp increase Hanoi news http://bizhub.vn/news/sand-prices-see-sharp-increase_285412.html construction materials A news article detailing the issues over restricted sand supply in Hanoi from April 2017, it contains price and demand information nationally for Vietnam.
Price of Vietnam sand rises due to limited supply Hanoi/Vietnam news http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/business/178911/price-of-
construction materials News article detailing supply restrictions, price details, demand and issues surrounding sand supply in Vietnam. These articles mention a report by the department of construction minerals (which does not appear to be available). See also http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/environment/177819/sands-of-time-vn-faces-severe-shortage.html
Sand becoming depleted because of illegal exploitation Vietnam news https://www.myhanoi.info/2017/05/
construction materials News article detailing supply issues with resources estimates demand estimates and projections and information on illegal operations. See also http://english.vov.vn/economy/vietnam-faces-severe-sand-shortage-349192.vov
Vietnam ministry of construction Vietnam website The /trang-vat-lieu-xay-dung construction materials The website of the Ministry of Construction. This does not appear to have any relevant information, although it is a complex website all in Vietnamese. There are numerous government policy articles related to changes of planning conditions on individual operations but nothing more holistic.
Vietnam statistics office Vietnam website/statistics http://www.gso.gov.vn/default_
all The data portal for the Vietnamese statics office. This gives production data for most commodities but only up to 2015.
Vietnam statistics office Vietnam report/statistics http://www.gso.gov.vn/default_en.
Similar to above but with indexed housing and construction data as well.
sand shortages delays transport projects Vietnam news http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/society/180027/sand-
News report regarding recent shortages of sand and how they are adversely affecting construction projects.
construction materials prices in Hanoi Vietnam website http://www.soxaydung.hanoi.gov.vn/
Website of the department of construction Hanoi this has price information — all in Vietnamese.
department of geology and minerals in Vietnam Vietnam website http://dgmv.gov.vns%C3%B4ng&Itemid=357&lang=vi all Website of the Ministry of Mining and Minerals Not much relevant data — and difficult to navigate as all in Vietnamese. See also this link which has some percentages for what could be illegally mined material.
The supply of sand is depleted, the demand for replacement materials is increasing Vietnam news http://cafef.vn/nguon-cung-cat-can
construction materials News article — an interview with the director of the association for building materials on the state of the Vietnamese sand industry.
Vietnam association for building materials Vietnam website http://hoivlxdvn.org.vn/trangchu.html construction materials The website for the Vietnamese association for building materials — there is no relevant data but it may be a useful contact.
article on illegal sand extraction Vietnam news http://vnexpress.net/tin-tuc/thoi-su/
Some useful statistics in this article on the number of operations dredging rivers for sand and proposals in the pipeline etc.
Statistics on construction materials production in the first 6 months of 2016 Vietnam news https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=vi&u=http://vatlieuxaydung.org.vn/tin-tuc/
construction materials A news article on some statistics on construction material production from the department of construction. The original does not seem to be on the department website however.
cement market Vietnam news https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=vi&u=
construction materials Statistics for the cement industry in the form of production consumption prices and trade. This suggests that official data may be available although it does not seem to be present on the official websites.
Recycling construction demolition waste in the world and in Vietnam Vietnam report https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa
construction materials A paper from 2013 talking about use of construction and demolition waste in Vietnam (there is no recycling).
cement produces trade association of Vietnam Vietnam website http://www.vnca.org.vn/vn/ cement The cement producers trade association of Vietnam, there is no data post 2012, however, other web links suggest the organisation is still active — http://www.globalcement.com/news/itemlist/tag/Vietnam%20Cement%20Association
Vietnam forecast to run out of construction sand by 2020 Vietnam news http://tuoitrenews.vn/news/society/
construction materials An article regarding an announcement from the ministry of construction on the demand for building materials. The article mentions a report from the ministry but this does not seem to be publically available. See also http://vov.vn/kinh-te/thi-truong/bo-xay-dung-noi-gi-ve-gia-cat-xay-dung-tang-650118.vov
Vietnam bans marine sand exports Vietnam news https://tuoitrenews.vn/news/business/
sand A news article describing loopholes in the law allowing illegal exports of marine sand that are about to be banned.
Vietnam halts exportation of silica sand used in glassmaking Vietnam news http://english.vov.vn/economy/vietnam-
sand A news article with figures for Vietnam silica sand exports stating exports are banned as of 2017.
Trends in Glass making raw materials in Asia Vietnam news http://www.indmin.com/events/download.
sand A PowerPoint from Industrial minerals magazine, this contains several slides specific to the Vietnamese silica sand sector.
Record high sand prices and scarcity: Need early material substitutions? Vietnam news http://cafef.vn/gia-cat-tang-cao-ky-
sand Useful figures: "According to the Ministry of Construction survey, the demand for sand from 2016 to 2020 should be approximately 2.3 billion m3. While the current reserve is more than 2 billion m3. It is forecasted that by 2020, the use of sand will reach about 130 million m3/year, there will be no sand for construction." also price of sand in December is 600000VND/m3 — risen by 50–200% in last 6 months.
domestic cement consumption increased by 3% Vietnam news http://hoivlxdvn.org.vn/news/nam-
cement Article from the Association for Building Materials and contains figures for cement production and consumption in 2017.
Hanoi will build more than 400 000 square meters of social housing in 2018 Hanoi news http://hoivlxdvn.org.vn/news/ha-
housing demand Article from the Association for Building Materials stating housing growth and average space per person in housing for Hanoi.
The country produces 7 billion unburnt bricks Vietnam news http://hoivlxdvn.org.vn/news/ca-nuoc-san-xuat-7-ty-vien-gach-
brick production Article from the Association for Building Materials with brick production figures.