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Fair on Vietnamese goods slated for September in Hà Nội

Fair on Vietnamese goods slated for September in Hà Nội

 

The proportion of made-in-Việt Nam products is at least 90 per cent of goods found in supermarkets and over 60 per cent at traditional markets and convenience stores. Photo ubmttq.hochiminhcity.gov.vn

HÀ NỘI – An exhibition showcasing Vietnamese goods will be held at Sơn Tây Town’s stadium in the capital city from September 26 to 30 with participation of nearly 300 stalls from domestic businesses.

During the event, themed “Joining hands to build Vietnamese trademark”, showcased products will be divided into different groups, including key industrial goods, those most favoured by consumers, those from craft villages, local specialities and anti-plastic-waste products.
 
The event, hosted by the Hà Nội Department of Industry and Trade, will also feature an exhibition space for activities of the “Vietnamese prioritise using Vietnamese products” campaign over the past decade, its organisers said, adding that participating firms will be given opportunities to connect with exporters and distributors and promote their products to consumers in the city and neighbouring localities.

Vietnamese businesses need to seek ways to improve the quality and competitiveness of their products and services, build their brands and attract consumers’ interests, Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng said at a conference held to review the 10 years of implementation of the campaign in Hà Nội early this month. 

He suggested ministries, sectors and enterprises focus on domestic trade promotion, improve their distribution networks and issue standards in accordance with international commitments to gradually control imported products and market order.

Statistics from the Ministry of Industry and Trade show that the proportion of made-in-Việt Nam products reaches at least 90 per cent of goods found in supermarkets and over 60 per cent at traditional markets and convenience stores. – VNS

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