Speaking at the opening ceremony, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh said that Vietnam Expo 2013 continued to demonstrate Vietnam’s goals in boosting international economic integration, intensifying exports and developing the domestic market, and promoting commodity trademarks and potential services of Vietnam. These actions will contribute to the country’s policy of controlling inflation, stabilising the economy and ensuring social welfare.
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Vietnam Expo 2013 has the participation of domestic businesses and more than 400 companies, with 500 booths from 17 countries and territories of India, Belarus, Cuba, Cambodia, Korea, Hong Kong, Laos, Indonesia, South Africa, Russia, Nigeria, Czech Republic, Singapore, Slovakia, Korea, China and Vietnam.
This year, there are four main areas in the trade fair: the national pavilions, machinery – electrical equipment, electronics, food and beverage, furniture decoration – consumer, and trade fair pavilion. Including six large pavilions specially staged with the participation of more than 200 foreign companies, including India, Korea, Malaysia, Cuba, Beijing (China) and Fujian (China).
Specifically, under the framework of Vietnam Expo 2013, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizes two workshops including an export promotion forum and promoting exports for Hong Kong market on April. Those workshops aim to provide useful information, opportunities and success lessons for Vietnamese enterprises in the export market. Along with the forums and workshops, the export and import consultancy booth also brings advisory information to the Vietnam Expo.
Vietnam Expo 2013 will close on April 14./.