Hanoi holds trade fair promoting Vietnamese goods
The Hanoitimes - The trade fair attracts the participation of 22 enterprises with 25 booths displaying a variety of goods from household appliances, food, clothes, footwear to garment products.
The Steering Committee for the campaign “Vietnamese people buy Vietnamese goods” of Ba Dinh district, Hanoi on November 20 started holding a trade fair promoting Vietnamese goods at the Quan Ngua Sports Arena.
Customers at the trade fair. Photo: Phuong Nga.
The trade fair attracted the participation of 22 enterprises with 25 booths showcasing a variety of goods from household appliances, food, clothes, footwear to garment products, among others.
Enterprises registering to display their products at the trade fair are required to fully comply with the organizer’s regulations, including food safety standard and product quality.
In the first day, thousands of visitors have visited and bought products at the event.
Vice Chairman of Ba Dinh district People’s Committee Co Nhu Dung said the trade fair serves as a platform to connect suppliers and customers while encouraging locals to buy high quality Vietnamese products at reasonable prices.
A variety of Vietnamese goods and products are on the display at the trade fair. Photo: Phuong Nga.
It also offers opportunities for enterprises to introduce their products to new customers, for them to have better understandings on domestic goods and products.
The trade fair is set to take place in seven days from November 20 to 26 at the Quan Ngua Sports Arena, located at Van Cao No.30 street, Lieu Giai ward, Ba Dinh district.
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