120 businesses in Hanoi and provinces join Vietnamese Goods Fair 2020
The fair aims at stimulating consumption and promoting the campaign “Vietnamese people buy Vietnamese goods”.
About 120 businesses from Hanoi and other provinces are joining the Vietnamese Goods Fair 2020 as part of the capital’s efforts to stimulate consumption and promote the campaign “Vietnamese people buy Vietnamese goods”.
|Hanoi's authorities attend the fair on October 22. Photo: Thuy Linh|
The fair, opened on October 22, showcases national goods which are popular with Vietnamese consumers in 2020 and will run until October 26.
Main products on display at the fair include home appliances, furniture, food, beverages, fashion, textiles, footwear, regional specialties, products developed under the OCOP (One Commune, One Province) program in the city and provinces across the country.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Ms. Tran Thi Phuong Lan, deputy director of Hanoi's Department of Industry and Trade, said that the fair aims at supporting Vietnamese manufacturers of goods and providers of services to promote brands, seek business connections, develop markets and promote sales.
|Ms. Tran Thi Phuong Lan, deputy director of the municipal Department of Industry and Trade addresses the fair. Photo: baocongthuong|
On the sidelines of the fair, a program was also launched to vote for Vietnamese products most preferred by consumers. In 2020, the program attracted 189 products from 103 companies and businesses to be voted via binhchonhangviet.com.vn and at trade promotion events, shopping malls and supermarkets in the city.
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