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March 11th, 2007

Vietnamese, American firms receive commerce awards

Abstract:
The body also worked with the ASTM International's committees in dealing with standards and quality in a number of areas, including petroleum, paint, textiles, plastics, laboratory accreditation and nanotechnology.

So far, the agency has already adopted 54 ASTM standards as Vietnamese National Standards in the areas of petroleum, aviation fuels, non destructive testing, gasoline, road construction, roofing materials and coal.

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vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn

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