Vietnam, Mongolia medical firms strike deal
The Hanoitimes - The cooperation between Monopole Pharmaceutical Company and Vietnam Quinessence Trading Joint Stock Company will contribute to enhancing the business efficiency between the two companies and the economic cooperation between Vietnam and Mongolia.
The deal would pave way for other businesses to enhance ties in the future, said Vietnamese Ambassador to Mongolia Doan Thi Huong at the signing ceremony in Ulaanbaatar city.
Ambassador Doan Thi Huong made speech at the signing ceremony. Photo: Le Chien
At the signing ceremony, Director of Monopole Pharmaceutical Company, Dr. Galbaa Davkharbayar, said that with modern production lines, on the basis of clean materials from the Mongolian plateau, Monopole Pharmaceutical Company specializes in producing functional food like Mongolian mori bone that has been exported to some developed markets.
The cooperation between Monopole Pharmaceutical Company and Vietnam Quinessence Trading Joint Stock Company will contribute to enhancing the business efficiency between the two companies and the economic cooperation between Vietnam and Mongolia, Dr. Galbaa Davkharbayar added.
He also suggested that the Vietnamese embassy and the Vietnamese government create favorable conditions for the two businesses’ cooperation.
Ambassador Doan Thi Huong visited the production facility of Monopole Pharmaceutical Company. Photo: Le Chien
The company hopes to bring the product to Vietnamese consumers, contributing to improving their health and well-being. At the same time, it contributes to enhancing economic and cultural exchanges between Vietnam and Mongolia, Hieu stressed.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Vietnamese Ambassador to Mongolia Doan Thi Huong said that the cooperation signing between Monopole Pharmaceutical Company and Vietnam Essence Joint Stock Company is just the beginning.
The two sides need to keep efforts for building trust to not only bring benefits to businesses, contributing to boosting trade between the two countries, but more importantly, contributing to enhancing the traditional good relationship between Vietnam and Mongolia.
The success of the two businesses is the most practical activity to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Mongolia. The embassy will create favorable conditions for business cooperation, the ambassador stressed.
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